Despite positioning itself as a provider of multi-cloud services, launch of VMware Cloud on AWS looms large at VMworld, where company also focused on NSX-based networking and hypervisor-based security with release of AppSense.
Well, it is official; VMware has jumped in with both feet into the partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to complete VMware's cloud vision.
End-user computing (EUC) is a primary focus of VMware's, from virtual desktop infrastructure products to cloud computing. Sumit Dhawan, GM of VMware's EUC group, answered questions about the group's vision and goals.
For those times when latency needs to be added for testing purposes.
Revenue was up more than 12 percent from the previous year.
How it's changing datacenters and the role of the IT admin.
Also in the pipeline: support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux workloads on Azure Stack.
A new study shows that AWS is the cloud platform of choice, nearly 2-to-1, over Microsoft Azure.
CoreOS's Kubernetes package was added last week.
The Distributed Resource Scheduler (pDRS) is a major upgrade.
It's an old battle being fought in new ways.
The VMware CEO talks about what excites him most about his job.
It's one of several security and management tools released in preview mode this week.
The company's platform includes a workflow engine and load balancer which utilizes cloud resources to enable computation at Web scale.
VMworld often serves as a sneak-peek into future technologies and provides insight into VMware's direction as a company. Look out for these offerings at this year's show.
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As fragmented endpoint devices meet increasingly fragmented data, applications, services and storage, new ways of thinking about how to tie it all together are emerging.
ITaaS for Microsoft's public cloud platform.
For one, it means a big help for small and medium businesses.
Internet of Things, serverless computing and more take center stage at this year's show.