• July 10, 2014 10 Jul'14

    New VMware beta program aims to kill vSphere 2015 bugs

    The vSphere 2015 beta party is no longer invite-only. VMware pros hope the new program will reduce the amount of bugs in the next version of vSphere.

  • July 01, 2014 01 Jul'14

    VMworld 2014 conference coverage

    Attendees flock to San Francisco for one of the largest IT conferences focusing on virtualization, enterprise mobility and cloud computing.

  • June 11, 2014 11 Jun'14

    VMware finally patches ESXi 5.5 Update 1 NFS bug

    VMware has issued a patch to fix a problem where ESXi 5.5 Update 1 randomly disconnects from NFS storage. The VMware NFS bug popped up in April, causing VMs to appear frozen and affecting ...

  • June 03, 2014 03 Jun'14

    VMware's Scott Davis vMotions to a virtualization storage startup

    In this Q&A, VMware's former EUC CTO Scott Davis says why he left the virtualization giant for a CTO position with a virtualization storage startup.

  • May 16, 2014 16 May'14

    Where are Citrix and VMware headed with end-user products?

    In this podcast, we shed light on Citrix and VMware end-user product roadmaps with a recent news recap and an interview with VMware CTO Kit Colbert.

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  • April 21, 2014 21 Apr'14

    Heartbleed updates ready for VMware products

    Security updates are now available for VMware products affected by the Heartbleed flaw. The OpenSSL security vulnerability, which could allow someone to access the memory of systems secured with ...

  • April 18, 2014 18 Apr'14

    VMware NFS bug strikes vSphere 5.5 Update 1 users

    VMware vSphere 5.5 Update 1 users are having problems connecting to NFS storage. The new VMware NFS bug causes random disconnects to storage, and it affects products from multiple vendors. The main ...

  • April 10, 2014 10 Apr'14

    VMware products added to the list of Heartbleed victims

    The troubling Heartbleed SSL vulnerability that's causing a stir this week also affects many VMware products. The weakness in the OpenSSL protocol revealed this week affects 66% of Web servers and ...

  • April 04, 2014 04 Apr'14

    Twitter Roundup: Interop Las Vegas 2014

    With Interop Las Vegas 2014 bringing in top tech companies and professionals, here's a look at the Twitter chatter from the attendees.

  • March 21, 2014 21 Mar'14

    Server virtualization roadmaps push the hypervisor envelope

    Server virtualization is a mature technology, but vendors say there are still new features to come.

  • March 12, 2014 12 Mar'14

    New VMware certification policy has room for improvement, VCPs say

    VMware Certified Professionals now have to recertify on the latest versions of VMware products every two years, giving some VCPs reason for concern.

  • January 27, 2014 27 Jan'14

    VMware hires Gartner analyst Chris Wolf as CTO, Americas

    Hot on the heels of its AirWatch acquisition and end-user computing group shakeup, VMware has made another big-name move. The company has hired Chris Wolf, one of the most well-known virtualization ...

  • December 20, 2013 20 Dec'13

    Red Hat adds a new focus to cloud computing with changes in RHEV 3.3

    With the majority of costumers sticking with VMware vSphere, Red Hat has changed its tune with RHEV 3.3.

  • December 13, 2013 13 Dec'13

    Server virtualization trends to expect in 2014

    Vendors released many important products and features over the last year, but what's in store for server virtualization trends in 2014?

  • October 24, 2013 24 Oct'13

    Can RHEV 3.3 change public perception on open source hypervisors?

    Red Hat released RHEV 3.3 this week, with features comparable to VMware and Microsoft. Does the open source hypervisor stand a chance in the market?