VMware's updated software-defined storage product mostly finds its mark.
An easy-to-use server that can be pricey.
It's focused on document sharing in the cloud.
There are new ways to deal with memory issues and make your datacenter more efficient.
Cloud-native architecture can be complex and confusing. Here's a roadmap to help you get started.
All new technology is promoted as transformational. This one truly is.
Customers need to demand that they support multiple hypervisors.
The analyst firm also listed Citrix and Microsoft in its 'Leaders' category.
Rumors of mainframe death have been greatly exaggerated.
It's becoming a viable way to attend events, but needs tuning.
Why a company decided to go hyper-converged, and why it chose SimpliVity.
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It's clear that Europe is no longer VMworld's "little sister" show.
A raft of releases cover much of the market.
Understanding the distinctions is crucial.
The container-building platform takes several big steps.
While it's not as extensive an upgrade as vSphere 6.5, it still adds some important capabilities.
Improved UI, more security and better container support headline the upgrades to VMware's flagship hypervisor.
The Barcelona show builds on the key VMworld U.S. announcements.
It's VMware's second major cloud partnership; the first was with IBM.
The new product is called "VMware Cloud on AWS."
Storage is easier to use, but still not affordable for SMBs.
Vendors need to go beyond pre-packaged offerings, though.
Audit logs, Web sites can now be monitored.
ioFABRIC's Vicinity passes its test run with flying colors.