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Securing the Hybrid Cloud

July 10, 2013
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Securing the Hybrid Cloud

The secure hybrid cloud encompasses a complex environment with a complex set of security requirements spanning the data center (or data closet), end user computing devices, and various cloud services. The entry point to the entire hybrid cloud is some form of End User Computing device whether that is a smart phone, tablet, laptop, or…

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Caching your Application, OS, or Storage

June 24, 2013
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Agile Cloud Development

There is a new set of tools available for Caching up and down the stack which we covered within Caching through out the Stack, however in reality where is the best place to cache data for your application and what are the ramifications of using such a cache. Recently, we had a caching problem, actually…

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VMware vExpert Class of 2013

June 12, 2013
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VMware100x30

At the end of May, VMware announced the new VMware vExpert class of 2013. There were 581 vExperts named which is the largest group so far in the 5 year history of the program. On an interesting side note, of these 581 vExperts, there are forty two of them that were part of the original…

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My Thoughts on the VMware vCloud Hybrid Service

May 29, 2013
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CloudComputing

My thoughts on the VMware vCloud Hybrid Service: There was an announcement made last week about the new VMware vCloud Hybrid Service which will bring VMware Public Cloud Service to the masses later this year. There are a couple of posts from our own Virtualization Practice analysts which can be found here and here. Since…

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VMware vCloud Hybrid Service

May 23, 2013
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VMware100x30

On Tuesday VMware announced their answer to the public cloud: the vCloud Hybrid Service (vCHS). One of the biggest hurdles for the roughly 500,000 VMware customers has been that their on-premise, private infrastructure isn't directly interoperable with any sizable public clouds, like Amazon AWS or RackSpace. If you want to move towards a public or…

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A Look at the Nutanix NX-3000 Virtual Computing Platform

May 13, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

A look at how the Nutanix NX-3000 stacks up against other, more traditional data center converged infrastructures, what makes them special, and why everybody is trying to copy them in some way.

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Host Deployments in a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC)

April 25, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

Host deployments in a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC): How do you deploy the hypervisors in your company? There are several different choices from installing from a CD, network install and/or PXE, to name a few methods currently available. When there are not a lot of physical hypervisors to worry about the CD installation works…

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OpenStack and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC)

April 19, 2013
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The future of OpenStack looks bright, and with the all the software-defined data center (SDDC) features contained in the recent release of "Grizzly" they are now ready to compete toe-to-toe with heavyweights like VMware, Nutanix, Dell, and HP. Whether they can start unseating VMware products in the enterprise remains to be seen, though. Despite the…

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EMC and VMware’s Pivotal Moment

March 15, 2013
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CloudComputing

EMC and VMware’s pivotal moment has officially spun off and the Pivotal Initiative, a big data and cloud platform company is slated to go public according to EMC CEO Joe Tucci while speaking with investors at an event in New York. EMC’s chief strategist and ex-CEO of VMware, Paul Maritz, who is leading the Pivotal…

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