There's a real battle in the virtualization market as VMware positions itself as cloud computing's operating system. Meanwhile, Microsoft is gaining traction and players like Citrix and Red Hat are also a threat. Virtualization's main selling point - the ability to use more computing capacity and save on servers - resonates for obvious reasons.
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The virtualization powerhouse plans to leverage the expansion to appeal to workplaces with sensitive IT demands and a growing remote workforce.
Dell's Data Protection bundle of endpoint security tools now includes Dropbox for Business integration, allowing the clean separation and protection of personal and work data.
Enterprises will soon be able to connect directly to multiple cloud services to build a hybrid cloud solution through Equinix's newly announced Cloud Exchange.
Verizon Enterprise will add VMware's AirWatch to its mobility management platform for on-premise deployments.
Drew Koerner, VMware's Chief Healthcare Solutions Architect, talks about VMware's goals for healthcare solutions and its Care Systems Analytics tools.
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Red Hat -- like all of the other suppliers in the industry standard virtual machine software market -- is in a feature, function, performance and integration war. Red Hat's new RHEV 3.4 matches the bar set by some and raises the bar in others.
Lotus F1 Team's COO on how it plans to use Microsoft's Azure cloud infrastructure so it no longer has to fly its servers around the world when it competes in races.
By merging Tail-f's network service orchestration tools with Cisco's cloud and virtualization portfolio, the plan is automate (and hopefully simplify) provisioning and management for physical and virtual networks.
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.4 brings updated KVM virtualization to RHEL 7 and OpenStack.
Betfair CIO Michael Bischoff on how the online gambling firm is trying to remove much of the manual grind from running an IT estate.
Containers are finally coming into their own as a virtualization alternative, but until now their programs were incompatible. Now, the major container players are agreeing to line up behind Docker's libcontainer.
Amazon Web Services' management console is bait for VMware customers to move virtual machines to the public cloud. VMware's bet is hybrid datacenters win.
Microsoft is among the many cloud and Linux vendors supporting the first release of the open-source Docker application-deployment engine.
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