It can even help you survive the coming z-pocalypse.
If you haven't yet looked into the technology, it's time.
The high-performance interfaces are making their way into the virtual world.
Cohesity claims to have a solution with its data platform.
What's old is new again. Marty McFly would get it.
Hardware vendors, seeing the threat of a Dell/EMC partnership, will likely turn to KVM.
VVols, storage, tagging and other nuggets to help smooth your administration rough spots.
Vendors want to sell you the "new." But ripping-and-replacing the "old" can lead to catastrophe.
Buying EMC opens the enterprise door much wider.
Will Dell meddle in VMware, or take the EMC route and leave it alone?
What VMware's future would be in that scenario is cloudy.
This new feature makes outages and data loss much less likely.
It may hold the key to getting a handle on unstructured data.
The best part? They're free to use.
Rethinking metadata has led INFINIDAT to new ways of virtualizing storage.
Ultimately, for this attendee, the show is about relationships.
Security is still seen as the chief concern for most admins.
As storage changes, Microsoft has kept up with its latest offerings. See how fast it can be with this hands-on test.
Focusing too much on processors leads to problems.
The field is evolving as lower-cost options start to emerge.
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.
It's a two-horse race at the top, but the smaller players are also helping shape the industry's direction.
Curvature and DataCore wonder why it's necessary to rip-and-replace perfectly good systems.
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