In a news-filled earnings call, the company also announced that CFO Jonathan Chadwick is resigning.
Dell's announcement that it was buying EMC will be the mega-merger to end all mega-mergers. How will it affect VMware, which thrived with the hands-off policy of its former bosses?
Old ideas of virtualization still hold, even in 2016.
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.
Creating custom stacks from the command line for use in vMotion and Provisioning.
VVols, storage, tagging and other nuggets to help smooth your administration rough spots.
It's a new feature for Hyper-V.
Buying EMC opens the enterprise door much wider.
If true, it could be a harbinger of trouble for VMware's core business.
The security flaws affect both vCenter Server and ESXi.
Rick discovers a Supermicro model that might fit the bill.
The best part? They're free to use.
Breaking down virtualization's most powerful company, category by category, and assessing its competition.
VMware's direction has changed in unpredictable ways.
Few IT companies can say they have forever changed the datacenter more quickly, or completely, than VMware.
Just because a site has just one server doesn't mean it can't -- or shouldn't -- be virtualized.
It's a two-horse race at the top, but the smaller players are also helping shape the industry's direction.
The head honcho dishes on his company's relationship with Microsoft, whether containers will overtake virtual machines, what attendees at VMworld 2015 can expect and more.
VMware won't be playing up certain topics at its big show later this month.
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