Ben Armstrong discusses virtualization options for storage and Azure.
Old ideas of virtualization still hold, even in 2016.
As the calendar flips over to 2016, it's time for our contributing editors to look back and take stock of those products that they loved best in the last year.
Ben Armstrong discusses Nano Server and the Trusted Platform Module.
It's a cost-effective alternative to vRealize Operations Manager.
A new word for an old technology.
Ben Armstrong, a.k.a. "Virtual PC Guy," discusses the past, present and future of Microsoft virtualization.
Cirba chats about the pitfalls of inefficient datacenters.
It's a Windows world when it comes to VDI, but Linux still has a place.
PowerShell, security, Microsoft Azure and other tips to streamline your admin efforts.
They were part of Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4.
As part of the deal, Google also agrees to buy her cloud startup, bebop.
Citrix has taken radical new steps to better compete. Here's why it began to struggle.
The company announces a new "Universal Control Plane."
About 1,000 employees will be let go in latest round of restructuring.
It can even help you survive the coming z-pocalypse.
If you haven't yet looked into the technology, it's time.
Cohesity claims to have a solution with its data platform.
Creating custom stacks from the command line for use in vMotion and Provisioning.
Deciphering a CloudPhysics survey on application disruption.
The virtual appliance improves on View Security Server.
Also announced: a merging of Virtustream, vCloud Air technologies.
What's old is new again. Marty McFly would get it.
VVols, storage, tagging and other nuggets to help smooth your administration rough spots.
Corvil is in the crowded room of analytics companies that can help you make sense of your infrastructure.
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