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.
New settings allow you to change account lockout and password complexity rules in minutes, saving huge amounts of time.
Boxer, a consumer-focused company, will be incorporated into AirWatch, its enterprise mobility manager.
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?
Don't gamble on your infrastructure's resilience. Make sure you have redundancy built in.
What VMware's future would be in that scenario is cloudy.
This new feature makes outages and data loss much less likely.
The best part? They're free to use.
VMware's enterprise mobility management suite will integrate with Azure Active Directory.
Rethinking metadata has led INFINIDAT to new ways of virtualizing storage.
The service already has more than 200,000 images.
Ultimately, for this attendee, the show is about relationships.
Univa updates Grid Engine to work with containers.
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.
Hyperconvergence means fewer appliances and simpler datacenter networking.
Virtualization and software-defined networking have complicated these challenges, but there's no shortage of solutions.
Just like the IT industry, vendor shows have evolved over time.
Many announcements made, but few will have instant impact.
Focusing too much on processors leads to problems.
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