VMware's updated software-defined storage product mostly finds its mark.
All new technology is promoted as transformational. This one truly is.
Why a company decided to go hyper-converged, and why it chose SimpliVity.
No Buzzfeed gimmicks here; just good reasons why attending TechMentor may save your career from a horrible death.
A raft of releases cover much of the market.
The container-building platform takes several big steps.
While it's not as extensive an upgrade as vSphere 6.5, it still adds some important capabilities.
The Barcelona show builds on the key VMworld U.S. announcements.
Storage is easier to use, but still not affordable for SMBs.
Vendors need to go beyond pre-packaged offerings, though.
Serving the extremes at the expense of the masses.
ioFABRIC's Vicinity passes its test run with flying colors.
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.
Better orchestration, security and networking highlight some of the upgrades.
The current fascination with software-defined storage (SDS) isn't really new.
Observations from the show, and a fire drill.
Companies on the cutting edge of virtualization.
Microsoft has made a host of improvements to its core virtualization stack in the latest version of its flagship server.
SVA Software comes out of stealth mode.
How it started, where it is, where it's going.
The hyperconvergence vendor moves to generation 4.
It's never too soon for some snap judgements.
It will soon own VMware, and is integrating with that technology nicely.
Attendance figures and keynote reactions, among other observations.
The VMware CTO shares his thoughts on the Dell buyout, vendor lock-in, VMworld 2016 and more.
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