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How To Use the vCenter 6 Content Library

It's a new feature that introduces tighter security controls into your virtual infrastructure.

SUSE Embraces Docker Containers

The integration with its product suite means more choice for enterprises.

Untangling the World of Mobile Device Management

AnyPresence believes it has a solution with its Mobile Backend-as-a-Service.

Red Hat, Samsung Partner To Create IoT Enterprise Solutions

It appears to be similar to the IBM/Apple Arrangement.

VMware AppCatalyst and Project Bonneville: 'Datacenter On the Desktop'

Two new products may speed up development time, but do they lead to lock-in?

How to Configure Virtual Desktop and Horizon View Pools for NVIDIA GRID vGPU

A new vSphere feature lets multiple virtual machines share a PCI card.

BlueData Supports Hadoop and Spark on Docker

It's marketed as a simple way to get started with Big Data projects.

Nutanix' Broad Infrastructure Play

Two new products that may encroach on offerings from VMware and Microsoft.

Nutanix Introduces Free Community Edition

It offers hyperconvergence for up to four servers.

What Does the Cisco Acquisition of Piston Mean?

The number of independent OpenStack vendors is rapidly shrinking.

How Many Nines of Uptime Do You Need?

Service providers have many uptime guarantees. Which one you choose should be dictated on a workload-by-workload basis.

How To Install an NVIDIA vGPU in ESXi Hosts

Get better graphics to your virtual desktop infrastructure users.

'Powerfully Simple' Windows Backup

Axcient offers full deduplication of data both locally and in the cloud.

Using vSphere 6 for VSAN and SSD Conversions

The newest version of VMware's flagship promises easier virtual HDD conversions. James puts that promise to the test.

Cloud OSes: Benefit or Bane?

Are you gaining flexibility or unwittingly setting yourself up for lock-in?

Software-Defined Storage Survey: Flash Storage Still Lagging

DataCore's survey has lots of valuable insights.

Liquidware Labs Profile Unity 6.5 Beta Heats Up Application Layering Landscape

New features help it compete more directly with Horizon View.

Is VMware a One-Trick Pony?

Dan responds to questions about the virtualization giant's viability going forward.

Software-Defined Storage: The Challenge of Finding a Niche

The new Atlantis product, Hyperscale, works with existing storage to make it more efficient.

Software-Defined Control for KVM and OpenStack Environments

Do you know where all your workloads are?

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