VMware is at an exciting and dangerous point in its existence. It can potentially dominate some emerging markets, but can also lose out in several key areas. Choosing wisely is paramount.
Examining DxEnterprise's 'Smart Availability' Technology.
The big news was partnerships with Amazon, a deeper dive into containers and an important security product.
In a sign of how much things have changed for VMware, virtual machines were pushed aside for the cloud-friendly containers.
Also in the pipeline: support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux workloads on Azure Stack.
CoreOS's Kubernetes package was added last week.
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.
Do more with your Windows virtual machines and containers.
Making IT infrastructure work in one of the world's most challenging environments.
After another CEO departure, the company is in dangerous waters. It needs more balance if it's going to avoid the sharks.
The company made a barrage of announcements at its recent Summit show.
A review of HyperCloud by HyperGrid.
Interesting and useful technology, with a continuing disagreement over definitions.
A host of useful upgrades are packed into the latest release.
It's another example of the growth of DevOps.
It's clear that Kubernetes is maturing.
Robin Systems makes a bold claim, but one without support.
The updated name reflects our changing coverage.
New features, including elastic sizing, were added as well.
Its software-defined networking fabric now supports hyper-converged solutions from VMware, along with multi-container environments.
It's focused heavily on software-defined storage.
A lot happened in the past year. Here are five highlights.
Two big trends: Microsoft becomes the hybrid cloud leader, container wars turn bloody.
Once again, the past proves to be prologue.