Chris Wolf, vice president and chief technology officer of Global Field and Industry at VMware, previews what's in store this week at VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas.
With so much to take in in only three days, I spent the trip back home decompressing and reflecting on everything I learned and experienced.
The event covered a lot of ground -- here's my disjointed overview of the conference.
Is the new point upgrade a solid offering?
VMware gets a new owner, Citrix gets a new leader and the future gets even cloudier. It was a busy news year.
Customers need to demand that they support multiple hypervisors.
A new spin on an old idea.
The clients work with the major products from VMware, Citrix and Microsoft.
What started as a small gathering of virtualization geeks has grown into a powerhouse IT event.
Mobility upgrades, Microsoft relationship also emphasized.
eG Innovations expands its capabilities to virtual environments.
There's more -- a lot more -- than just vSphere and Hyper-V.
Citrix has taken radical new steps to better compete. Here's why it began to struggle.
Breaking down virtualization's most powerful company, category by category, and assessing its competition.
Dan remembers a meeting with the Citrix CEO that ended on 9/11.
Hits, misses and reminisces of the first-ever edition of Virtualization Review.
The company has struggled to carve out its virtualization niche.
Trying to select one and only one hypervisor to create virtual environments can be a fool's errand.
Hyper-V had a tough start, but has matured into a solid, well-received hypervisor.
Those are just two of the ways Elias sees the industry changing in the coming year.
A deep dive into all forms of virtualization.
The tool is easy to use, but does lack some important capabilities.
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