What it is, why you should care and the two primary offerings.
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.
The Apache Mesos project is for large-scale production environments.
It's designed to facilitate pushing desktops and apps to any user on any device through a cloud-agnostic platform.
The head honcho dishes on his company's relationship with Microsoft, whether containers will overtake virtual machines, what attendees at VMworld 2015 can expect and more.
VMware won't be playing up certain topics at its big show later this month.
It claims to be VMware-friendly from the start.
Tom has a particular interest in software-defined storage topics at this year's show.
The hyperconvergence vendor stonewalls a storage review Web site.
Rumors are flying as recent reports suggest that VMware may buy out its parent.
Dan remembers a meeting with the Citrix CEO that ended on 9/11.
Your mileage may -- and probably will -- vary significantly.
The possibilities are intriguing.
They're not always what they're cracked up to be.
His seat on the board of directors will be given to an activist investor.
SIOS iQ takes on the "I/O Blender" effect.
Big advances, especially in storage technology, may make it more viable than you realize.
There's a ton of coverage for admins who work with Horizon and other aspects of EUC. Here are some of the ones that look most valuable.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is led by a Docker engineer.
In the age of virtualization, many think high availability trumps disaster recovery. Think again: It's more necessary than ever.
License income experiences strong rise as well.
New thin clients are part of a "vWorkspace" upgrade.
Licensing changes and feature upgrades close the competition gap.
Using Ravello Systems to create proof-of-concept upgrades.
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