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Now that containers have been generally available for a year, the hype surrounding the technology is fading some but there are still plenty of positives.
System Center Virtual Machine Manager supports multiple storage types, but it's up to the administrator to classify and provision that storage.
VDI has specific hardware needs that servers hosting other virtualized workloads may not meet.
Citrix has made a number of recent acquisitions, and attendees can expect some of the details around those buys to get fleshed out. But the company also has some promises from Synergy 2014 that need to be made good on.
With help from AppSense, Auto Trader UK got on the road to desktop efficiency with tools to make VDI faster and more user-friendly.
Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp customers who use vSphere can now use VMware for workspace management, too.
Data center tool integration projects don't end when you finish linking up systems. Without testing and regular maintenance, integrations quickly fall apart.
When done successfully, performance monitoring tool integrations enhance administrative insight and productivity across a busy data center.
Our IT organization needs to secure customer names, but also needs to conduct searches on the entire customer database to match and merge records.
Before deploying AWS, it's crucial to understand the public cloud provider's options for cloud storage, networking and more. Here's a closer look.
Azure Stack combines PaaS and IaaS to give Microsoft shops a streamlined way to manage and deploy legacy and cloud apps.
With criteria ranging from cost to connectivity, choosing a cloud provider can be tough. Here's how AWS, Google, Microsoft and Rackspace stack up.