- March 05, 2010
This week's VMware news roundup includes a new VKernel analysis tool and another VMware acquisition.
- February 26, 2010
This week's VMware news roundup includes a Microsoft executive fanning the virtualization flames and a VMware acquisition and what it means for View.
- February 22, 2010
Building a home lab is a great way for virtualization administrators to gain valuable, hands-on VMware environment training.
- February 19, 2010
This week's VMware news roundup includes new features in vSphere, a collaborative effort to solve VoIP virtualization issues and VMware gunning for VDI dominance.
- February 18, 2010
In this edition: EMC has offered all top 25 VMware bloggers according to vSphere-land.com jobs; a VMware aficionado is deeply saddened that Microsoft Hyper-V R2 isn't a 'humungous flop'; a virtualization architect's family still doesn't understand ...
Sponsored by Rackspace - The future is always hard to predict in IT, but if you are in IT, there’s one thing we can predict with utter certainty: cloud computing will be an increasingly important part of what you do and how you do it. See More
Sponsored by Dell EMC - Reduced costs is the No. 1 reason IT leaders are turning to hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) as they strive to modernize their data centers, according to TechTarget Research. In a survey, nearly 50% of current users cited reduced cost as their top priority in deploying HCI, as did nearly 40% of prospective customers (see chart at bottom). See More
Sponsored by VMware - Data centers are going through a true revolution in design, scalability and economics in order to respond to evolving business demands, which have forced IT organizations to move at warp speed to evaluate, select and implement new technologies. The pressure is on to select the right IT platform to transform the data center from expensive, stodgy and rigid to agile, cost efficient and lithe. See More
Sponsored by Rackspace - Businesses must deliver a consistent high-value experience—or risk losing customers to someone who can. And they’re turning to big data technologies to help. With big data analytics, organizations can get to know their customers better, learn their habits and anticipate their needs to deliver a better customer experience. See More
- February 17, 2010
This week's VMware news roundup includes VMware pushing third-party vendors to use vStorage application programming interfaces and some 2010 predictions.
- February 08, 2010
VMware may beef up storage options for its disaster recovery product, Site Recovery Manager, in 2010; and we may see further development to the VMware Data Recovery appliance. Also: will we see vSphere 4.5, and will VMware support Micrsoft Cluster ...
- February 02, 2010
This week in VMware news: VMware outperforms Wall Street's earnings expectations and joins forces with NetApp Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. in a joint effort to deliver end-to-end server stacks.
- January 22, 2010
Mike Laverick's VMware predictions: A major vSphere 4 release, ESXi gets ready for the enterprise as VMware continues to move away from the "classic" version of ESX, bigger and better virtual machines and more.
- January 22, 2010
This week's VMware news roundup includes IT pros booting VMware ESXi from USB flash drives, community responses to the Microsoft-HP and open source-friendly tools for vCloud.
- January 07, 2010
Stealing a virtual machine and its data is pretty easy. If you know how it's done, you can figure out how to prevent it and avoid some potentially costly administrative missteps.
- December 23, 2009
Its the end of the 2009, which means it's time for 2010 predictions. Will VMware add one of its products to the Enterprise Plus package? Will there be a winner in the VDI battle? What about the client-side hypervisor? Read one IT consultant's ...
- December 15, 2009
This month: Holland leads in vExperts per capita, VMware virtualizes PS3, Citrix CTO and Virtualization.info share fashion tips, and more.
- December 02, 2009
Burton analyst Chris Wolf and SearchVMware.com staff discuss how the Swine Flu scare is helping to fuel virtual desktop adoption, and the ins and outs of Citrix XenDesktop and VMware View 4, and more.
- November 18, 2009
Originally VMware planned to expire Enterprise licensing on Dec. 12, 2009. Plans have changed, but upgrading later could be drastically more expensive. Meanwhile, VMware still isn't paying enough attention to the SMB market, which it needs to if it ...