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Using VMware cloud computing tools, Creating and managing a cloud architecture
VMware View, VMware Workstation, Fusion and Player, VMware Server
DRS and DPM, VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance, vMotion and Storage vMotion, VMware backup
VMware new releases and updates, VMworld conference coverage, VMware for mobile
Creating and upgrading VMware servers and VMs, VMware performance enhancements, Using monitoring and performance tools with VMware, Scripting administrative tasks, Troubleshooting VMware products, Remote administrative options, Backing up VMware host servers and guest OSes, Securing a VMware environment, VMware basics
Selecting storage and hardware, VMware and networking
VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX), VMware Certified Professional (VCP and VCAP), VMware how-tos, VMware training videos and mediacasts
What hypervisor and host system are required for VMDK files larger than 2 TB? Are there any potential problems to consider?
Virtualization capacity planning can be challenging, but these quick tips can help you get on the right track to monitoring and managing your resource use.
Single Root I/O Virtualization, or SR-IOV, can help reduce latency and increase I/O throughput when enabled for Hyper-V VMs.
There are a lot of VMware certifications you could get, but whether you need one depends on what your job entails and how far you want to go in your career.
Free app virtualization software might sound great, but it can come with complications, and without features you might need. Ask yourself these six questions before choosing a product.
Thought your high school days were over? Not so fast -- there's a lot the enterprise can learn from a virtual high school about how to deploy VDI technology.
Follow these guidelines to expand data center capacity without the terror of wasted space or, even worse, tight capacity after move-in.
The mainframe is IT's original cloud, and there are still ways to float cloud operations onto big iron today. But is it pragmatic?
IBM's financial woes continue as the company reports down revenues for 2014 with its server hardware business leading the downward trend.
While Docker has been the container king in cloud, a new challenger has emerged. Expert David Linthicum analyzes the competition.
With a number of available programming languages, it's hard for enterprises to find the best option. Is Go the right language for my cloud project?
The latest VMware disaster recovery upgrades to vCloud Air could allow customers to seamlessly replicate workloads between cloud and on-premises.