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  • Mixed reactions for VMware SDDC, EVO:RAIL at VMworld

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  • EVO:RAIL creates buzz after release at VMworld 2014

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  • Test your knowledge of all of this year’s VMworld news

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  • Key takeaways from VMworld 2014

    The new products heralded at VMworld 2014 weren't as thrilling as those from years past, but attendees can expect the tech VMware talked about -- Project Fargo, CloudVolumes and improved graphics on Chromebooks -- by the close of the year.

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  • Comparing EVO:RAIL with top hyper-converged offerings

    VMware took the wraps off its hardware offering at VMworld 2014, but how does EVO:RAIL stack up against the top players, such as Nutanix and Simplivity?

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  • What was the most important new product or announcement you saw at VMworld 2014?

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  • EVO:RAIL and containers top VMworld highlights

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  • What were some of the VMworld 2014 highlights for you?

    TomWalat615 pointsBadges:
  • VMworld 2014 recap: The good, the bad and the ugly

    At VMware's annual conference in San Francisco, the virtualization company announced a new hardware appliance and other offerings to further its goal to deliver its vision for a software-defined data center.

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