'New and Improved' Often Isn't.
Year-over-year growth is strong, while license revenue lags.
If there was any doubt, here's proof the software-defined networking movement has gone mainstream: Microsoft is fully on board.
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It's clear that Europe is no longer VMworld's "little sister" show.
It's the only new version that retains the processor-based licensing model.
Not all the virtualization upgrades are improvements.
The two non-profit organizations most associated with evangelizing the young software-defined networking movement and developing tools and projects for the technology are merging.
A raft of releases cover much of the market.
Bare-metal cloud services take another step in IaaS.
Understanding the distinctions is crucial.
The container-building platform takes several big steps.
While it's not as extensive an upgrade as vSphere 6.5, it still adds some important capabilities.
Improved UI, more security and better container support headline the upgrades to VMware's flagship hypervisor.
The Barcelona show builds on the key VMworld U.S. announcements.
It's VMware's second major cloud partnership; the first was with IBM.
The new product is called "VMware Cloud on AWS."
System Center Configuration Manager also gets an update.
Shavlik recommends rolling out patching pilot programs.