The event covered a lot of ground -- here's my disjointed overview of the conference.
At Dell Technologies World, Dell announced the latest additions to its compute and storage lines.
VMware Inc. announced its Virtual Cloud Network and the new NSX solutions on which it will run.
- By Wendy A Hernandez
Open source, software-defined storage and a hybrid on-premises/cloud model have all converged in a new commercial offering announced by Nexenta.
Because this conference covers such a wide array of subjects, I'm going for breadth and not depth in this list
Using a major public cloud provider or a services provider's cloud for disaster recovery (DR) requires a lot of thought. Trevor Pott runs down what you need to consider.
The company shows strength in software-defined computing and the cloud.
It uses SolidFire storage and vSphere to scale up.
To properly discuss IT-industry issues, a set of definitions needs to be established.
They demonstrate the storage vendor's move to becoming more data-centric and cloud-focused.
HCI, new cloud offerings highlight the show.
Building on the Ceph open source foundation.
- By Dan Kusnetzky
The release of Microsoft's first major update to Windows Server 2016 and the long-awaited launch of Azure Stack will enable the ongoing shift toward containerization, DevOps and digitally focused modern apps.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
IT Infrastructure is always evolving. The next big change will be back toward an old, familiar model, closer to the days of the mainframe than the era of siloed servers that has dominated for decades.
The storage vendor is once again in the spotlight.