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  • December 23, 2010 23 Dec'10

    VMware Site Recovery Manager: An exclusive look at the future

    In the future, VMware Site Recovery Manager will have host-based replication and other new features. Expert Mike Laverick previews these yet-to-be-released VMware SRM capabilities.

  • September 28, 2010 28 Sep'10

    Forget Facebook -- VMUG is virtualization's social-networking king

    VMUG, a VMware user community, has grown substantially in six years. In response, its leaders have implemented a board of directors and regional conferences to reach more members.

  • September 23, 2010 23 Sep'10

    Two VMware cloud partnerships reemerge: News in review

    VMware's cloud partnerships with Salesforce.com and Google will be in the spotlight at its upcoming SpringSource developer conference, SpringOne 2GX.

  • September 16, 2010 16 Sep'10

    HP's entry-level server finds home in labs: News in review

    Hewlett-Packard's ProLiant MicroServer targets very small businesses but is drawing interest for home labs. Plus: VMware-Novell acquisition rumors heat up, and more.

  • September 14, 2010 14 Sep'10

    The VMword 2010 diaries

    Follow Eric Siebert through the largest virtualization conference of the year. He provides his overall thoughts on VMworld 2010 and recounts his week at the show.

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  • September 14, 2010 14 Sep'10

    VMworld 2010 diary: Monday

    Eric Siebert discusses his VMworld 2010 sessions on affordable home labs and how virtualization works in the Monday edition of his VMworld 2010 diary.

  • September 14, 2010 14 Sep'10

    VMworld 2010 diary: Tuesday

    Eric Siebert weighs in on the keynotes by Paul Maritz and Stephen Herrod, plus the Best of VMworld 2010 Awards judging, in the Tuesday edition of his VMworld 2010 diary.

  • September 13, 2010 13 Sep'10

    VMworld 2010 diary: Wednesday and Thursday

    Eric Siebert shares his final thoughts on VMworld 2010 and looks forward to VMworld 2011 in Las Vegas.

  • September 09, 2010 09 Sep'10

    VMworld 2010: News in review

    Did upper management deny your request to attend VMworld? This VMworld 2010 news roundup recaps everything you might have missed at VMware's annual conference.

  • August 30, 2010 30 Aug'10

    Users find VMware management tools subpar

    This roundup provides reactions to VMware's management tools and how many use third-party tools to fill in the gaps. There are also testimonials on the value of VMworld networking.

  • August 23, 2010 23 Aug'10

    VMware users clamor for a Cisco 1000V alternative

    This week's news roundup features articles about how VMware users want more virtual switch options and how VMware's future success is tied to cloud computing.

  • August 16, 2010 16 Aug'10

    VMware's complicated relationships with server OEMs

    This week's news roundup includes VMware's complex relationships with server OEMs and VMware's use of VARs to make headway into the SMB market.

  • August 12, 2010 12 Aug'10

    VMworld 2010 predictions

    An expert predictions about the gestalt at this year's VMworld 2010 and possible developments for vCloud Service Director and View 4.5.

  • August 02, 2010 02 Aug'10

    VMware revamps its volume purchasing program

    This news roundup has information on VMware's new Volume Purchasing Program. There is also news on unreleased vShield security features, users migrating to ESXi and more.

  • July 23, 2010 23 Jul'10

    VMware's new pricing model: The debate rages on

    This news roundup outlines the debate concerning VMware's new licensing-and-pricing model. There is also news of VMware's second quarter earnings and VMware's affect in India.

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