A new spin on an old idea.
It's not the leader in any category, but it doesn't have to be. In some cases, it only has to present a viable alternative.
They include a vCenter migration tool and Windows Server 2016.
The clients work with the major products from VMware, Citrix and Microsoft.
Better orchestration, security and networking highlight some of the upgrades.
Microsoft has made a host of improvements to its core virtualization stack in the latest version of its flagship server.
Strike the best balance between Hyper-V power and performance.
VMware faces intense competition in the market, from competing products and huge vendors like Microsoft, Citrix and Google.
If you want to move to Hyper-V 2016, you must check this out.
Hyper-V is at the top of the risk chart.
Exploring replication on Azure.
What started as a small gathering of virtualization geeks has grown into a powerhouse IT event.
How will the virtualization leader respond?
Until they're boring, they won't go mainstream.
In another finding, vSphere continues to be the most-used hypervisor, followed by Hyper-V.
Gotchas and advice for proper setup of Microsoft's backup and disaster recovery platform.
Better backups, checkpoints and Shielded VMs are highlights of the latest version.
Companies have more options for x86 server workloads than ever, including containers and cloud computing.
Arcserve has a varied history.
The new column covers all things related to Microsoft and virtualization.
Up to 64TB of cloud-based data can be managed.
There's more -- a lot more -- than just vSphere and Hyper-V.
Ben Armstrong discusses containers in this final installment.
Ben Armstrong discusses virtualization options for storage and Azure.
As the calendar flips over to 2016, it's time for our contributing editors to look back and take stock of those products that they loved best in the last year.
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