Majority owned by EMC, VMware provides virtualization software -- desktop software for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X, and enterprise software hypervisors for servers.
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"Seamlessness starts with the software-defined datacenter," according to VMware's CEO.
Dell gives its infrastructure as a service ambitions the flick.
After working with VMware's vCloudDirector for a while, I'm still confused.
Leading Australian IT services provider Thomas Duryea Consulting has made a successful journey to cloud computing as a business, and a cloud-of-clouds approach is providing new types of IT services to their many Asia-Pacific region customers.
When you decide to transition to a virtual infrastructure, you should focus on one particular aspect of that move: Virtual machine density. Believe it or not, it could be a deal breaker.
Storage and software giant EMC has revealed plans to scale back its global workforce. The announcement comes after the company's earnings for the first quarter of 2013 missed Wall Street's expectations.
Dell Software this week delivered Foglight for Virtualization Enterprise Edition, to extend the depth and breadth of managing and optimizing server virtualization, as well as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and their joint impact on such IT resources as storage.
The new enterprise Platform-as-a-Service from EMC and VMware taps consumer trends but realizes that not all businesses are interested in big public clouds.
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said that the company's performance was solid "particularly in light of recent results from many of our industry peers."
In the same vein as Facebook Messenger, Socialcast's addition represents another example of consumer trends in tech seeping into the enterprise space based on user interest.
The two firms agree to bring together Canonical's Ubuntu Cloud platform, the most common and widely used OpenStack distribution, with VMware's technologies.
VMware's director of production application management argues it's not about where IT services run that matters -- but how.
Public cloud juggernauts like Amazon Web Services present little threat to Australian managed hosting providers because local enterprises don't like the DIY approach to IT outsourcing, according to BlueCentral's managing director.
Associated Surgeons and Physicians LLC in Indiana went from zero to 100 percent virtualized infrastructure, and, as a result, met many compliance and efficiency goals.