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.
If you want to move to Hyper-V 2016, you must check this out.
The changes, to both Dell and VMware, will be massive.
Find and fix logon issues proactively.
To keep up with cloud providers, the answer is yes.
It's been around a long time, but it's far from dead.
Containers may hold the key to securing devices.
Hyper-V is at the top of the risk chart.
A steadily growing product line necessitated the changes.
DataCore sets another benchmark.
Exploring replication on Azure.
Exploring options in the bare-metal world.
What started as a small gathering of virtualization geeks has grown into a powerhouse IT event.
Is "shelter in place" really the right answer?
An intriguing player in the cloud management space.
When considering a move to the cloud for your precious data, keep these gotchas in mind.
Our experts put themselves in the CEO's shoes for the keynote address.
Until they're boring, they won't go mainstream.
Box has a new offering to that involves a combination of software and consulting.
It allows admins to peek under the Distributed Resource Scheduler's hood.
NVMe is new, but has a lot of promise in the all-flash market.
There are more questions than answers right now.
The agreement with Tanium leads to the Trustpoint tool.