- August 28, 2012
Beth Pariseau, Senior News Writer -- As expected, VMware made a grand show of ending the much-reviled vRAM pricing program this week at VMworld 2012 in favor of per-CPU licensing and bundled up its ...
- August 27, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO -- During his final VMworld keynote this morning, outgoing VMware CEO Paul Maritz shared these figures showing how much VMware and its community grew under his four-year tenure from ...
- August 22, 2012
From the death of vRAM to VMware’s cloud eval service, everyone in the virtualization community has something to say. Read their two cents here.
- August 22, 2012
A little more than a year ago, VMware ignited a firestorm by overhauling its vSphere pricing and licensing. Next week, the company will reportedly go back to the old way of doing things, in the ...
- August 21, 2012
VMware experts cheer on reports from sources who say VMware will do away with its vRAM licensing at VMworld next week.
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- August 20, 2012
For time-crunched server virtualization admins, desktop hypervisors offer an ideal environment for troubleshooting, configuring and distributing VMs.
- August 10, 2012
For years, the independent New England VMware User Group has held large quarterly events for the VMware community in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine and New Hampshire. Next month, the global ...
- August 09, 2012
VMware and Hyper-V management tools top the news for very different reasons. While a VMware acquisition could bolster vCOps, new Hyper-V features won't be available until System Center 2012 SP1.
- August 08, 2012
VMware hasn’t disclosed what it’s going to do with Log Insight, but IT pros hope to see it integrated in the vCenter Operations management suite.
- August 02, 2012
Windows Server 2012 becomes available on Sept. 4, but the software necessary to manage the newest version of Hyper-V remains at the pre-beta stage.
- July 31, 2012
New data center technology that disrupts the status quo can be unsettling. But embracing change makes yourself more marketable and can improve efficiency.
- July 30, 2012
Jon Bon Jovi gives VMworld a big name as the headliner of its conference-ending party.
- July 27, 2012
VMware has the virtualization world – skeptics and hopefuls alike – buzzing with news of potential platform-agnostic support and vSphere 5.1 features.
- July 25, 2012
On the surface, the future of virtualization is bright. But, as more workloads are virtualized, new and complex infrastructure problems arise.
- July 20, 2012
Here's a sneak peek at new features coming in VMware's vSphere 5.1, as well as roadmap details for Site Recovery Manager.