VMware splits vCloud Director into vCenter, vCloud Automation Center
VMware will fold IP from its vCloud Director into vCloud Automation Center and vCenter, and it will discontinue vCloud Director for enterprise use. Read Now
New DaaS options emerge ahead of IT demand
DaaS hasn’t caught on in enterprises yet. Could new options from VMware and other large vendors kick start the cloud hosted virtual desktop movement? Read Now
Best of VMworld 2013 Awards: And the winners are...
More than 160 products were nominated for this year's Best of VMworld Awards. Without further ado, here are the winners. Read Now
Vendors link hardware switches with VMware NSX network virtualization
VMware NSX adds advanced routing and services to virtual networks, but there's still a problematic gap between virtual and physical infrastructures. Read Now
With server virtualization entrenched in enterprise data centers, IT administrators are on the lookout for the next major transformative technology.
The company that pioneered virtualization, VMware, is actively involved in cloud computing and enterprise mobility, two of today's most disruptive trends in IT. Attendees at the VMworld 2013 conference were looking to learn more about these topics and more, such as software-defined networking (SDN), DevOps and, of course, the latest and greatest advancements in server virtualization.
VMworld 2013 took place Aug. 25-29 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Check out our on-site editors’ full coverage of the issues facing VMware users and the news that broke at the show.
1Terms to know at the show
2Prior VMworld conference coverage
Just a few short years ago, VMworld was strictly a virtualization conference. My, how the times have changed. Take a walk down memory lane by revisiting prior years' VMworld coverage.