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.
The event covered a lot of ground -- here's my disjointed overview of the conference.
With so much to take in in only three days, I spent the trip back home decompressing and reflecting on everything I learned and experienced.
Cisco said it will add new support for the open source Kubernetes container orchestration platform in its offerings for application performance monitoring and cloud systems management.
VMware Inc. announced its Virtual Cloud Network and the new NSX solutions on which it will run.
At Dell Technologies World, Dell announced the latest additions to its compute and storage lines.
Verizon is partnering up with Cisco and Juniper Networks to simplify its network through software-defined networking that will replace existing edge router services.
A look at what's new in general and specifically for virtualization and containers in the next LTSC release, Windows Server 2019, due out in the second half of 2018.
Azure Container Instances, a serverless runtime that aims to help developers spin up containers on Microsoft's public datacenter infrastructure, is now generally available.
Amazon Web Services recorded $5.4 billion in revenue for its fiscal first quarter, surpassing analyst estimates of $5.2 billion.
Oracle is named a Leader in Gartner's 2018 "Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service."
Blockchain is a complicated, hard-to-define technology with a lot of potential use cases, which are now easier to experiment with on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
The moves demonstrate the inroads software-defined networking is making into enterprises, branching out from its roots in academia and test labs.
Microsoft announced new tooling enhancements to help businesses that are currently using Office 365 and Azure services.
In the second part of the series, Brien Posey shows how to manually create an Internet gateway and associate it with a VPC.
A recent Gartner assessment of the worldwide public cloud market provides good news for hyperscale vendors like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft and Google.
vSphere 6.7 and vSAN 6.7 include both new and enhanced features.
Rick Vanover works through an odd issue after a Windows Update reboot.
You can expect some incremental changes to both the VMware hypervisor (ESXi) and management console (vCenter Server) with this latest release.
Verizon has teamed up with other major players in the software-defined networking arena to bundle virtualization services for enterprises looking for an easier onramp to the new technology.
Brien Posey shows how to enable Internet access as part of the Virtual Private Cloud creation process.
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