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.
Data fabrics allow organizations to go a step further and spread data across multiple arrays such that entire storage arrays become redundant.
You can script Amazon Web Services tasks using the command-line interface to build a skeleton script.
Now available in 10 Azure regions, yesterday Microsoft announced the general availability of its Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
The recent release of Windows Server 2016 version 1803 allows WSL to be installed on it. Tom Fenton steps you through the process.
Last week, multi-domain master data management (MDM) and product information management (PIM) solution provider EnterWorks announced the release of its Enable Agile Data Fabric (ADF) framework.
Kubernetes is increasingly becoming the tool of choice for container orchestration, to the point where Microsoft has announced a Kubernetes tool for use in its flagship IDE, Visual Studio.
More communications firms are coming onboard with the open source networking organization launched earlier this year by The Linux Foundation.
Communications firm BT has tapped Cisco technology to power a new global SD-WAN managed service designed to optimize network traffic with a software-defined overlay.
Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) allows you to run Linux distributions on recent versions of Windows 10 and Windows 2016 systems.
As much as preserving our data matters, access to that data is equally important.
OpsRamp on Thursday announced the release of OpsRamp 5.0, its flagship software as a service (SaaS) platform for multi-cloud environments.
Scalr announced it will be expanding its Hybrid Cloud Management Platform (CMP) with advanced capabilities.
From improved failover clustering and Storage Spaces to changes in containers and storage replica, Microsoft MVP Dave Kawula shares what's most useful (and what to watch for) in Windows Server 2019.
AWS has made it relatively easy to create an Amazon EFS file system -- here's how to get started.
The Linux Foundation will offer a free course serving as an introduction to modern, open source networking technologies including software-defined networking, network functions virtualization, disaggregation, orchestration, network automation and more.
Having processes that continue to run after all the WSL terminals are closed is a powerful feature that opens WSL to a wider range of workflows.
Measuring IOPS, latency and throughput are important for determining the characteristics of physical storage that’s added to a modern data fabric.
Extension and Storage Spaces Direct support, plus some security changes are among some of the new features in the GA release of "Project Honolulu."
General availability of SoftNAS Cloud version 4 was announced by Houston-based SoftNAS Inc. today.
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