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Managing multiple hypervisors can be a time-consuming challenge. Here are the answers to common concerns when it comes to managing a heterogeneous hypervisor environment.
Migrating your existing VMs to the latest version of Hyper-V will allow you to take advantage of new features and capabilities.
In addition to letting 900 employees go, some Citrix products will be eliminated as part of a re-organization, with VDI-in-a-Box the first to go.
VMware is in talks to acquire Immidio to fill the gaps within its user management and App Volumes tech and draw interest from XenApp customers.
Application refactoring could be the solution to delivering mouse-and-keyboard apps to mobile devices. Refactoring vendors all take different approaches, however, so it's important to know the differences before choosing a tool.
To use Chef in the data center, you'll find your administrator mind-set gradually opening up to the developer way of thinking. These tips and resources will accelerate the process.
Data centers teem with unpredictable equipment -- about 42U tall and prone to failure -- but also are loaded with on-board intelligence: IT teams.
Can administrators set IBM mainframe jobs to update Oracle databases directly, or are there incompatibilities between the systems?
U.S. federal agencies have been slow to adopt cloud due to security concerns, budget constraints and other factors. But that might change soon.
Google expanded its storage offerings this month with the general availability of local SSD -- a feature pegged for high-demand apps and supplementing RAM.
Google customers looking to do more around high-performance workloads got a boost with the expansion of the cloud vendor's big data ecosystem.