Tom Fenton shares his top five commands used to configure new virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environments or add virtual desktops to existing environments.
Tom Fenton details a quick list of five things you can do to make your home networking experience better during the huge surge in telework.
As expected, the big IT vendors all gave K8s the credibility that it deserves, but for me the most interesting news came from the small and mid-sized companies that are laser-focused on K8s. Below are 5 areas that I found especially interesting at KubeCon 2019.
KubeCon + NativeCon North America 2019 will take place in at the San Diego Convention Center Nov. 18-21, 2019. I've already shared five things I'll be checking out at the show, but San Diego is a fantastic place with perhaps the best weather in the U.S., and if this will be your first time in San Diego, you'll want to set aside some of your free time to explore the city.
Just when I thought the hype and excitement around Kubernetes (K8s) hit a plateau I was proven wrong as at the major IT conferences (VMworld, NetApp Insight, MS Ignite, etc.) this year K8s took front stage. By all accounts the enthusiasm for K8s will continue unabashed in the foreseeable future as developers love it and enterprises are trying out how to incorporate and tame it.
At next month's user conference, Tom will be checking out what looks to be some very interesting sessions and presentations, focusing on: Kubernetes; HCI VDI with GPU Nodes; NVMe over Fabric; Data Fabric; and NetApp Ecosystem.
VMware's regular release cadence makes VMworld less of a can't-miss event than it used to be, but that doesn't mean a shortage of major announcements.
After spending four days at the Linux Foundation event, here are some of the more important takeaways and latest developments in Kubernetes (K8S) and cloud-native computing.
This year at DTW there was such a wide array of news and announcements made, but here are five things that especially caught my eye.
Here are five lesser-known places to explore in the city during your free time at the Linux Foundation event.
Here's why I'm traveling 5,000 miles to attend the Linux Foundation event in Barcelona, Spain.
For a deep-dive experience with application performance monitoring tools, Perform is where you want to be.
With a sold-out crowd, this year's event did not disappoint.
Barcelona included some eye-catching tech.
This year, NetApp laid out a roadmap for its future and educated its customers about its existing product line.