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- VMworld news recap: Hybrid cloud, 100% virtualization still a ways off
- Exploring virtualization, cloud computing and big data infrastructure
- In software-defined data centers, silos will create 'real problems'
- How will the VMworld news about SDN, storage affect VMware partners?
- VMware User Group president shares members' cloud challenges
- VMware vSAN and the scalable virtual desktop infrastructure
- Breaking down barriers to virtualizing mission-critical applications
- New security concerns raised by the software-defined trend
- How IT shops can make the software-defined infrastructure a reality
- Will VMware shops push toward automation and Desktop as a Service?
- Flash, spinning disk, caching? VDI storage should be context-aware
- How will VMware NSX change network virtualization practices?
- VMware falls short explaining the software-defined future
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Will VMware shops push toward automation and Desktop as a Service?Date: Aug 26, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO -- Keith Norbie, virtualization practice director at Technology Integration Group offers up his impressions of the VMworld 2013 keynote.
Despite plenty of talk of software-defined data centers and the new vCloud Hybrid Service, Norbie says there is still a disconnect between today's data centers and technology trends: IT shops are either still venturing into the world of virtualization or just learning how to automate what they have virtualized.
Watch this video for other keynote insights, including VMware's venture into Desktop as a Service and how the industry will likely react.