Virtual Instruments introduces 'WorkloadCentral.'
There are times you need to know which remote display protocol you're using; here's how to find out.
The new arrays have increased support for VMware environments.
The HTML5 version, available as a "Fling," replaces the Flash client.
Better backups, checkpoints and Shielded VMs are highlights of the latest version.
This provider went with a Kaminario all-flash array, and hasn't looked back.
They're created in a Windows Azure Pack.
Arcserve has a varied history.
The company says piecemeal solutions won't cut it.
How to connect directly to a virtual desktop.
Nexsan's UNITY integrates Connected Data's Transport for a new offering.
The lightweight, container-first OS doesn't use vSphere for management.
Xangati Offers Tools for the multi-cloud enterprise.
Enterprises ignore it at their peril.
They're free and useful, but not officially supported, so use with caution.
This command could be your new best friend.
Yes, creating new virtual desktops is extremely fast.
Whether or not you outsource your disaster recovery, it's still up to you to properly plan.
You may not be as safe as you think. This tutorial shows you how to check.
Much more than a buzzword, it's the future of the datacenter.
A lack of standards doesn't help when talking to non-experts.
The Azure Service Fabric promises to increase the stability and reliability of VMs and other applications.
Rancher is an open source manager that integrates other container managers.
In time, it will likely replace the current Flash client.
Vendor consolidation and the cloud are among the areas heating up.
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