Discover how to create and implement a cost-effective disaster recovery solution with Windows Server 2012's Hyper-V Replica virtual technology.
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Discover how to resolve all sorts of virtualization headaches by teaming your network cards with Windows Server 2012's Server Manager.
Discover how to quickly and easily administer multiple servers, no matter where they are in the world, from a single interface.
Our latest Server Tutorial reveals how you can get around the Windows one-concurrent user limitation in order to be able to use a PC at the same time as a remote connector.
A closer look at some of the most popular third-party tools currently available for managing your Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud services.
Our latest tutorial reveals how you can use VMware Player's Virtual Network Editor to create custom virtual adapters and then assign them to VMs.
With the advent of cloud computing and mass virtualization of server operating systems, the need for high speed, highly available networking becomes even more pressing.
Having difficulties when trying to set a network adapter on a VMware Player machine in Bridged mode? Our latest tutorial reveals a solution for the bridged network issue.
Chomping at the bit to test out the official release of Windows Server 2012? Check out what to watch for and avoid as we put the new server OS through its paces.
The latest version of VMware View debuts with new functionality to improve the overall user experience, but are the enhancements enough to warrant an upgrade for your environment?
While many Amazon Web Services are region specific, fortunately there are several workarounds for running EC2 instances in different zones.
You have to balance adequate failover capacity with the ability to remain productive and cost-efficient. Admission control in VMware allows you to do both.
For better virtual machine performance and better management integration, install XenServer Tools. But for Microsoft's newest operating systems, there's a catch.
Virtual Network Computing (VNC) enables you to use a GUI instead of a command-line interface when remotely connecting to a Linux or Unix machine, but security's another matter entirely. Discover how to make sure your VNC server connections stay secure.
Working in vCenter is great until the unthinkable happens -- you have a "stuck" VM. You can't do anything with it except use some command-line magic.