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  • September 05, 2018 05 Sep'18

    VMware extends its hybrid cloud platform to the edge

    VMware pulled back the curtain on some next-generation software that promises to bring the capabilities of its VMware Cloud on AWS to on-premises data centers.

  • September 05, 2018 05 Sep'18

    Time is up for vSphere 5.5 users: Upgrade or pay to stay

    LAS VEGAS – A large portion of VMware customers face a decision as the end of support for vSphere 5.5 draws near: Risk foregoing commercial support and security updates or pay up for a 12-month ...

  • August 29, 2018 29 Aug'18

    Best of VMworld 2018 U.S. Award winners

    The Best of VMworld 2018 U.S. Awards highlight the most innovative products on display at VMworld 2018. Here are the winners of all seven categories and the Best of Show.

  • August 27, 2018 27 Aug'18

    VMware vSphere update tweaks HTML5 client, bundles AppDefense

    Hoping to keep its broad base of vSphere users engaged, VMware debuted an updated version of the virtualization offering and a version bundled with AppDefense.

  • July 17, 2018 17 Jul'18

    Top 10 VMworld 2018 sessions to look forward to

    VMworld 2018 promises a tour of emerging technologies, established products, high level strategy and technical deep dives. Plan your conference around these top 10 VMworld 2018 sessions, which ...

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  • July 11, 2018 11 Jul'18

    VMworld 2018 conference coverage

    Check out TechTarget's full coverage leading up to VMworld 2018 U.S., including major news and announcements related to the SDDC, virtualization, containers, the cloud and EUC.

  • May 15, 2018 15 May'18

    Red Hat Virtualization 4.2 updates include UI and DR enhancements

    The latest updates to Red Hat's virtualization platform enhance enterprise-grade features. But despite improvements, it's still not a VMware killer.

  • May 01, 2018 01 May'18

    VMware NSX portfolio aims to unify local and cloud workloads

    VMware's NSX strategy aims to help enterprises stitch together data centers and cloud environments, though it could be overkill for IT shops with simpler needs that are more specific.

  • February 23, 2018 23 Feb'18

    IT turns to VMware encryption for added VM security

    Encryption features in recent vSphere and vSAN updates aim to balance security with simplicity and performance. For VMware shops, there is little standing in the way of adoption.

  • February 19, 2018 19 Feb'18

    VMware SaaS technology, hybrid cloud help IT with 2018 plans

    Hybrid cloud is the top IT priority for users in 2018, with SaaS technology at a close second, according to a TechTarget survey. Let's see what VMware's doing in these markets.

  • February 14, 2018 14 Feb'18

    VMware NSX integration push ramps up to reinforce IT ties

    With tighter integration between its NSX and its cloud and virtualization offerings, VMware aims to reinforce its networking chops with enterprise IT.

  • January 31, 2018 31 Jan'18

    Laws to guide the IT career growth of a virtualization admin

    Attendees at a Virtualization Technology User Group event learned about five laws for IT career growth that are particularly useful for the virtualization admin in a changing industry.

  • January 26, 2018 26 Jan'18

    Dell going public? Here we go again

    Drowning in debt from its 2013 leveraged buyout, Dell Technologies might get a life line if it once again becomes a public company. But for customers it may create waves of uncertainty.

  • January 26, 2018 26 Jan'18

    OpenShift on OpenStack aims to ease VM, container management

    In this Q&A, Red Hat's Brian Gracely discusses managing a virtual environment that has both VMs and containers and how OpenShift on OpenStack can help.

  • December 15, 2017 15 Dec'17

    VMware NSX-T 2.0 updates include new firewalls, load balancing

    With the recent release of VMware NSX-T 2.0, and 2.1 on the horizon, customers are starting to take note of security improvements, new features and functionality.

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