Citrix Wants to Do It All
Citrix wants you to bring your own smartphone, tablet and laptop. And not have to worry about connecting from just about anywhere. Plus: Xangati reviewed, Peter Coffee interviewed, more.
Citrix has built a global company that wants to "play well with others" and has struck up some key partnerships in the process.
Depleted resources, storage provisioning, virtual machine sprawl and excessive virtual hard disk files are some of the key challenges facing storage virtualization users.
Salesforce.com's Director of Platform Research offers his thoughts on his company running with the SaaS tag, as well as how virtualization and cloud computing are impacting business.
Which is more perilous: fleeing the Soviet Union before the fall of communism or starting up a cloud-computing business with no venture funding? Igor Papirov has survived both.
VMHA via vSphere works most of the time, but sometimes you'll need to get at those scripts to fix something.
I haven't found a public cloud provider yet that allows me to run a nested ESXi server as a virtual machine.
Your vSphere infrastructure needs monitoring, and that's where vCenter Operations comes in. Let's take a look at how to work with it.
I tried Xangati for ESX to find out why the tool was different from other virtual infrastructure performance-monitoring solutions. Here's what I found out.
What some folks (folks being Chris Wolf, Simon Bramfitt, Greg Stuart and Citrix's own Simon Crosby and Mark Templeton ) have to say about Citrix.
Veeam's latest streamlines processes and shines in vSphere environments.
Deploying and configuring the Kaviza package is a breeze.