It's focused heavily on software-defined storage.
Software-defined networking isn't making datacenter inroads as quickly as expected, according to IHS.
A lot happened in the past year. Here are five highlights.
Two big trends: Microsoft becomes the hybrid cloud leader, container wars turn bloody.
COBOL-IT aims to migrate companies toward Unix, Linux and Windows.
Avoid problems by knowing these situations.
Company commercially supports Juniper-backed SDN project, teams up with Wind River for NFV proof-of-concept.
VMware may be threatened, among other aspects.
A new entry in the performance management and monitoring field.
The $650 million deal will help it compete more directly with Dell in the HCI arena.
Things are moving in a positive direction for admins.
It's a more difficult question than you may think in the current IT world.
A step-by-step guide to running Linux in a Windows 10 virtual machine.
An updated review of Apollo Cloud by PROMISE Technology.
Unidesk packages apps as modular virtual disk "layers."
The reasons this university chose DataCore software.
VMware has joined the OPEN-O Project, recently formed to enable network operators to deliver end-to-end services across network functions virtualization infrastructure, software-defined networks and legacy network services.
Although old-guard networking company Cisco was slow to embrace new-age disruptions such as network functions virtualization and software-defined networking, it's fully invested now and a company exec predicts big things for the upstart technologies in the year ahead.
Public cloud computing costs more than do-it-yourself datacenters. Except when it doesn't.