Storage Virtualization


VMworld and the Uncertainty Principle

VMware's direction has changed in unpredictable ways.

Hyperconvergence: Hype and Promise

The field is evolving as lower-cost options start to emerge.

Addressing the State of VMware's Union

Breaking down virtualization's most powerful company, category by category, and assessing its competition.

VMware Technologies That Transformed the Datacenter

Few IT companies can say they have forever changed the datacenter more quickly, or completely, than VMware.

What the Gartner 'Magic Quadrant' Reveals About the Server Virtualization Market

It's a two-horse race at the top, but the smaller players are also helping shape the industry's direction.

Playing the 'Forced Hardware Update' Game

Curvature and DataCore wonder why it's necessary to rip-and-replace perfectly good systems.

Citrix Unveils Workspace Cloud

It's designed to facilitate pushing desktops and apps to any user on any device through a cloud-agnostic platform.

10 Questions, 10 Answers with VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

The head honcho dishes on his company's relationship with Microsoft, whether containers will overtake virtual machines, what attendees at VMworld 2015 can expect and more.

ExaGrid 4.9 Adds Ability To Use Oracle RMAN Channels for Backup

Many approaches, many solutions. Which is best for you?

5 Must-See VMworld 2015 Sessions

Tom has a particular interest in software-defined storage topics at this year's show.

The Software-Defined Storage 'Revolution'

They're not always what they're cracked up to be.

Take Another Look at VDI

Big advances, especially in storage technology, may make it more viable than you realize.

The 10 Best End-User Computing Sessions at VMworld 2015

There's a ton of coverage for admins who work with Horizon and other aspects of EUC. Here are some of the ones that look most valuable.

Disaster Recovery: Not Dead Yet

In the age of virtualization, many think high availability trumps disaster recovery. Think again: It's more necessary than ever.

Gartner Lists VMware, Microsoft as Leaders in Server Virtualization

Citrix, Oracle, Red Hat and others are "Niche Players," according to the report.

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