Virtualization doesn't always make the choice easier.
The increasingly-popular container model gets another cloud boost.
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.
It's not an exaggeration to say that containers are the hottest trend in IT. KubeCon only confirmed that perception.
VMware gets a new owner, Citrix gets a new leader and the future gets even cloudier. It was a busy news year.
Our picks for the best of the best.
The new release includes a diagnostic tool.
A new admin client headlines the changes, most of which are positive.
Cloud-native architecture can be complex and confusing. Here's a roadmap to help you get started.
Understanding the distinctions is crucial.
The container-building platform takes several big steps.
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.
ClustrixDB says it's the first to offer a database engine in a container.
Observations from the show, and a fire drill.
Microsoft has made a host of improvements to its core virtualization stack in the latest version of its flagship server.
Cross-cloud architecture, containers and Dell highlight the show.
The growing cloud divide that's separating SMB from enterprise.
VMware more fully embraces non-VM solutions.
VMworld 2016 showed how much the company has done to develop the technologies.
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