In this podcast, we talk with Simon Crosby, CTO of Bromium, about VMware’s support for containers and dig into how EVO:RAIL fits into the hyper-converged market.
As VMworld 2014 approaches, rumors about new VMware products and feature updates are swirling. In this podcast, we talk with Christian Mohn about Marvin rumors and about what we’re expecting to see at VMworld 2014.
A look at the Amazon Web Services Management Portal for vCenter and where VMware’s vCloud Hybrid Service fits in the Infrastructure as a Service market. Hosted by Nick Martin with guests Ryan Lanigan and Beth Pariseau.
We’re back! This Week in Virtualization returns with the highlights from Citrix Synergy 2014 and an interview with Kit Colbert, CTO of VMware’s end-user computing division. Hosted by Nick Martin with guests Jake O’Donnell and Colin Steele.
VMworld 2011 preview with Steve Kaplan, vice president of the data center virtualization practice at VMware partner INX.
Are client hypervisors the future of desktop virtualization? Plus: VMware’s application strategy and VMworld 2011 talk.
VMware changes its vSphere 5 licensing to appease ticked-off customers. Plus: PCoIP improvements and a big Citrix acquisition in the works?
VMware’s new vSphere 5 licensing model has users up in arms, but they love the product’s new technical features. Plus: Microsoft previews the next version of Hyper-V.
Microsoft and Citrix are now leaders alongside VMware, according to the Gartner Magic Quadrant. Plus: Microsoft releases Windows Thin PC.
Brian Knudtson talks about new VMware vCenter Orchestrator plug-ins and the vCenter Converter 5.0 beta, and Rob McShinsky discusses Microsoft Hyper-V 3.0 in Windows 8.