- May 15, 2015
VMware has made significant investments in network virtualization, end-user computing and the cloud. By the first-quarter results, those efforts are paying off.
- May 11, 2015
Today’s containers solve application portability problems. Could they also drive the next wave of server consolidation?
- May 11, 2015
The company's technology made application containers more portable, but is it just hype or will the software find a permanent home in data centers?
- April 22, 2015
Criticized for proprietary lock-in, VMware's open source projects and container support may encourage developers to create cloud-native apps.
- April 17, 2015
Ravello’s nested virtualization has expanded to VMware environments, allowing customers to use ESXi in AWS and Google Cloud Platform.
Sponsored by IBM - Enterprise IT decision-makers predict that more than 40% of their workloads will be running on public cloud platforms by 2020. The question is not whether to move apps to the public cloud; it is more about which apps to move and how to move them without risk. See More
Sponsored by IBM - One of the roadblocks that has prevented enterprises from moving more of their mission-critical applications to public cloud has been concerns about availability and disaster recovery. If these apps go down or are unavailable for any reason, the business impact is enormous, affecting profitability and brand reputation. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Empowering DevOps is one of the key areas of concern for enterprise IT decision-makers in 2019. It is also one of the chief reasons why many enterprises are turning to public cloud. “DevOps and cloud go hand in hand,” according to TechTarget, with DevOps being the essential ingredient in taking cloud computing “from a limited test environment to production within enterprise IT.” See More
Sponsored by IBM - In 2018, nearly 40% of enterprise IT decision-makers identified public cloud as their top priority, according to the 2018 RightScale State of the Cloud survey. Yet, the perception persists that public cloud adoption among enterprises is still not happening as quickly as many experts have anticipated, particularly for mission-critical applications. See More
- April 10, 2015
Microsoft continues its push for Docker, the Linux container technology, with a new Hyper-V Container tool for greater application isolation.
- April 03, 2015
VMware users are showing interest in EVO:RAIL, but competitive offerings and more complex decision making slows the purchasing process down.
- February 26, 2015
Virtualization creates the foundation of a software-defined data center, an arrangement by which all elements of an IT infrastructure are delivered as a service. This requires the virtualization of networks, storage and servers, a configuration ...
- February 26, 2015
With the rise of the software-defined data center and new hardware options that take advantage of virtualization, we're seeing another transformation in the way hardware is purchased.
- February 17, 2015
If VMware can't win over networking pros, its hyperconverged product family is the perfect way to sneak NSX through the back door.
- December 17, 2014
One day two companies are working together. The next, they are competing at the same level. Coopetition can create a virtualization soap opera.
- September 25, 2014
Now that VMware 2014 has come and gone, how much did you learn about new products and features? Take our quiz about all of the VMworld news.
- September 04, 2014
In this podcast, we talk with Simon Crosby, CTO of Bromium, about VMware's support for containers and dig into how EVO:RAIL fits into the hyper-converged market.
- August 29, 2014
Hyperconverged infrastructure, EVO:RAIL, and rebranded management suite, vRealize, show promise, but VMware still has some work to do.
- August 27, 2014
VMware jumped into the container market and announced a partnership with Docker, Google and Pivotal at VMworld 2014. VMware says that virtual machines and containers will work together.