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.
VMware faces intense competition in the market, from competing products and huge vendors like Microsoft, Citrix and Google.
It has that "new technology" buzz, but isn't a cure-all for your storage environment.
Developing data protection software compatible with any hardware and any workload.
If you want to move to Hyper-V 2016, you must check this out.
The changes, to both Dell and VMware, will be massive.
Tom's learning about containers and new storage options, among other goodies.
DataCore sets another benchmark.
Is "shelter in place" really the right answer?
A look back at some of the more memorable events that took place at VMworld over the years.
For all-HPE shops, it's a good fit. Others will have to look more carefully.
Our experts put themselves in the CEO's shoes for the keynote address.
NVMe is new, but has a lot of promise in the all-flash market.
The transformation has been staggering.
DataCore shows what can happen.
The move to 100GbE is happening, and sooner than you might think.
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