NEWS ANALYSIS: VMworld 2015 was, more than anything, the year of software-defined data centers, storage and containers.
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OpenStack Manila abstracts Manila file shares from underlying hardware and allows them to grow, shrink or migrate across physical resources.
Cloud-native apps can handle redundancies that may have depended on the infrastructure to do before, and they are autonomic in nature.
The high level from Feb. 2: VMware now provides one cloud for any app -- a single platform for private and public clouds.
Dell announces more new equipment for converged-type infrastructure data centers, including specific new hardware for Oracle Database 12C.
The new zettabyte file system-based storage systems offer the option of running without Oracle servers or software.
An OmniCube is a 2U rack-mounted system that aggregates the functions of server, storage and networking into a much smaller footprint.
Big Blue is looking to create a more cohesive 'software-defined everything' world, largely by centering on OpenStack.
Lopoco claims its new high-efficiency servers can save enterprises more than half their data center operating costs.
The Linux vendor launches what it claims is the first open-source, on-premise Platform-as-a-Service offering for enterprises.
The company's first software-only acquisition of cloud provider Stoneware should help jumpstart Lenovo's PC Plus initiative.
VMware has enjoyed record growth and innovation during Paul Maritz's time as CEO, so why exactly is EMC's Pat Gelsinger set to take over on September 1st?