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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
Administrators must implement a level of resilience and availability that is appropriate for each individual workload.
Converged infrastructure pods are a good option for virtualization, but administrators must decide whether simplicity is worth a clustering headache.
Creating a bridge device is an important step in getting your KVM virtual network working properly.
If your device uses a configuration server, it might be a zero client. But it might not. Here’s how to find out.
Thin clients used to be the thinnest, but now zero clients are giving them a run for their money with almost no storage or configuration requirements.
Experts agree VDI adoption may never make it above the 20 percent mark, but you'll still have to deliver Windows applications to the other 80 percent of desktops.
IT departments want to shrink their list of suppliers -- but should it be longer? Cloud, mobility and big data have IT rethinking vendor selection.
IT teams can play heroes when database performance issues disrupt applications. Try these five tips for performance tuning before there's a problem.
Complicated infrastructures make data center operations difficult, but they don't start out that way. The solution to fixing the infrastructure might work but might be equally complicated.
Like all transformational ideas, DevOps requires a real investment. Don't fall prey to these seven common failures.
With the new SearchAWS site coming, Site Editor Caitlin White expresses her views on the future of SearchCloudComputing.
Small businesses might have the most to gain from a cloud-first approach, expanding their reach and increasing agility with minimal overhead.