• Which VMware products will you be paying attention to at VMworld 2015?

    Gabe Knuth1,480 pointsBadges:
  • Keep an eye on Project Enzo, Horizon 6 at VMworld 2015

    With VMworld 2015 right around the corner, VMware will likely display its latest innovations in desktop virtualization. Look for Project Enzo to steal some of the buzz away from Citrix's Workspace Cloud offering.

    Gabe Knuth1,480 pointsBadges:
  • EMC weighs up VMware’s involvement in Virtustream joint venture

    Concerns about how VMware's sliding share price could affect its merger with Dell have reportedly prompted EMC to reconsider its stake in Virtustream

    CDonnelly1,660 pointsBadges:
  • Long-distance vMotion, Web Client fixes due in vSphere 6

    VMware didn’t release a new version of vSphere, yet IT pros are encouraged at vSphere 6’s upcoming features, including long distance vMotion.

    Nick Martin1,040 pointsBadges:
  • Azure Site Recovery expands cloud DR to VMware users

    Azure Site Recovery expands Microsoft's cloud disaster recovery capabilities to VMware users and potentially to other services, too.

    Trevor Jones1,060 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft vies with VMware in the virtual machine market

    VMware launched live migration in 2003. Since then, its capabilities have seen many enhancements, but Microsoft is starting to catch up

    ITKE380,465 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft SDN stack to challenge Cisco, VMware

    Microsoft is preparing to release a Windows Server SDN stack that could make the company a rival to Cisco and VMware in software-defined networking.

    AntoneGonsalves1,905 pointsBadges:
  • What is most appealing to you in VMware Workspace One?

    Ramin Edmond345 pointsBadges:
  • VMware Workspace One undercuts Citrix Workspace Cloud

    VMware announced its Workspace One suite and Horizon Air Hybrid-Mode -- which has a distinct pricing advantage over Citrix’s similar Workspace Cloud product -- along with the updated Horizon 7.

    Ramin Edmond345 pointsBadges:
  • SaaS provider rejects “costly” VMware for Nutanix Acropolis hypervisor

    Data services provider Pi rejects VMware as too costly and complex, opting for Nutanix’s computing and storage Acropolis hypervisor

    tk1,095 pointsBadges:

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