Joint venture for VMware, Cisco and EMC continues to grow and bear fruit.
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Incremental update includes new access control security and VMware NSX support for networking virtualization.
How exactly has AirWatch been enhanced since being acquired by VMware earlier this year, and how does VMware's new "Safe Passage" tie into the company's strategy?
While Microsoft is claiming to have eaten some of VMware's lunch in the virtualization space, VMware undoubtedly will be taking some of Microsoft's dinner.
Our latest server review takes the Lenovo RD340 for a spin by setting up a VMware Virtual SAN proof-of-concept cluster.
VMware updates its log visibility tool with improved connectivity for Windows Servers.
The company's upgraded Virtual Machine Convertor tool adds features designed to help poach VMware-based VMs and turn them into Microsoft Hyper-V ones.
VMware's current stock market data makes it pretty clear there are some lofty expectations for the company's future prospects. What's behind the optimism?
Products like VMware's Virtual SAN and DataCore's SANsymphony -V are helping administrators manage storage in increasingly heterogeneous hypervisor-dominated data center environments.
What's behind the server virtualization leviathan jumping into the mobile device management market?
VMware finishes 2013 on a high note as it aims for future growth.
Does the latest iteration of VMware's core offering deliver enough enhancements and new features to make it warrant a closer look?
Can Red Hat virtualization finally capitalize on new opportunities that will help it emerge from the enormous shadow cast by VMware, Microsoft and Citrix?
The software virtualization company unveils a new cloud management offering and several updated products at its VMworld 2013 event in Barcelona.
Our guest columnist from IT Central Station reveals what real users think of the leading virtualization products.
The VMware User Group president shares valuable insight on how automation and convergence can help enterprises optimize virtualization in their data centers.
With Microsoft closing in on VMware's market leadership in the server virtualization space, has VMware been nimble enough to maintain its lead?
The companies continue their partnership in delivering on a shared commitment to create more efficient and cost-effective software-defined data centers.
Has Microsoft's Windows Server 2012 R2 left VMware behind in terms of virtualization technology, and what BYOD features does 2012 R2 have in store for enterprises?
The reaction to the company's new IaaS cloud offering can essentially be summed up in a single word.
Have you ever wondered what exactly is in the logs from your virtualized servers?
Could the cloud prove considerably less lucrative than initially imagined for VMware? And after years of having the server virtualization market virtually to itself, VMware is now facing serious competition there as well.
The company's customers can now seamlessly migrate and integrate with the public cloud from their data centers.
vCloud Director may be comprehensive, but it's also relatively expensive and arguably overkill for the needs of many enterprises. That's where alternatives like V-Commander come into play.
With Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware vSphere tackling virtualization in their own distinct ways, it's important to know the key advantages and disadvantages of each design architecture employed by the two.