The old ways of doing IT business are gone.
The lightweight, container-first OS doesn't use vSphere for management.
Bill Fathers is the latest high-level executive to quit the company in 2016.
Xangati Offers Tools for the multi-cloud enterprise.
Enterprises ignore it at their peril.
The Service is 100 percent open source.
A timeline is strangely missing, however.
The burgeoning managed security services arena is set for a boost from the growing use of software-defined networking and network functions virtualization, according to a new report from research firm IHS Technology.
It's not a free pass to ignore or minimize datacenter operations.
The Azure Service Fabric promises to increase the stability and reliability of VMs and other applications.
Rancher is an open source manager that integrates other container managers.
The new column covers all things related to Microsoft and virtualization.
Veeam adds to its lineup of free offerings.
ZeroStack uses segmentation to reduce complexity.
Will it be a game-changer? Rick says yes.
Up to 64TB of cloud-based data can be managed.
Creating "dynamically provisioned perimeters" for clouds and datacenter infrastructures.
Is your security still living in the dark ages?
IDC predicts 4 percent growth; enterprise growth expected to be 7 percent.
ContainerX sets its sights on general availability in May.
Among other changes, the update includes multifactor authentication.
It's part of the company's week-long focus on end-user computing.
Chris Wolf, VMware CTO, Americas, on how the virtualization industry will change in 2016.
Revenues for the period came in at $23.79 billion.
vCloud Air workers seemed to bear the brunt of the cuts.