• VMware Horizon Suite to get a tuneup

    At VMworld 2013, each part of the VMware Horizon Suite could get some fine-tuning, including Mirage integration with View.

    Gabe Knuth1,285 pointsBadges:
  • Mixed reactions for VMware SDDC, EVO:RAIL at VMworld

    Hyperconverged infrastructure, EVO:RAIL, and rebranded management suite, vRealize, show promise, but VMware still has some work to do.

    ITKE355,025 pointsBadges:
  • 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?

    brian1185 pointsBadges:
  • EVO:RAIL creates buzz after release at VMworld 2014

    VMworld 2014 started off with EVO:RAIL, the company's hyper-converged infrastructure. The release caused constant chatter on social media.

    RLanigan310 pointsBadges:
  • Is it finally time for vVOLs in vSphere? – Top 10 VMworld sessions to attend in 2014

    STO1965 - Virtual Volumes Technical Deep Dive VMware shops have been waiting a long time to try Virtual Volumes, which VMware unveiled as a technology preview years ago. To date, the feature (which would change the main unit of storage management from a LUN to a VM object) has not made it into a...

    Nick Martin765 pointsBadges:
  • Dell, HP unveil top-of-rack switches at VMworld

    New top-of-rack switches from Dell and HP Networking integrate with VMware's NSX, enabling bare-metal servers to mesh with virtual networks.

    Shamus McGillicuddy5,415 pointsBadges:
  • VMware shuffles deck with vCloud Air, vRealize changes

    VMware announced several new products and also realigned existing offerings with new names to shake things up at VMworld 2014.

    TomWalat690 pointsBadges:
  • Test your knowledge of all of this year’s VMworld news

    Now that VMware 2014 has come and gone, how much did you learn about new products and features? Take our quiz about all of the VMworld news.

    ITKE355,025 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    Gabe Knuth1,285 pointsBadges:
  • What was the most important new product or announcement you saw at VMworld 2014?

    Nick Martin765 pointsBadges:

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