Who or what is EUC? In an industry plagued by TLAs (three-letter acronyms), EUC, or end-user computing, is the new nomenclature for VDI, or virtual desktop infrastructure. This is not just the emperor’s new clothes, but a redefinition of the paradigm of adopting a more inclusive view of the software, hardware, and processes that shore up the client side of corporate infrastructure.
On the twenty-first of October, HP announced that it is shutting down its Helion Public Cloud, which it built to compete head-to-head with AWS, GCS, and Azure. According to HP Cloud executive Bill Hilf, it is doing so to concentrate on helping its “customers to build and run the best cloud environment suited to their needs.”
The announcements keep coming thick and fast from the behemoth that is EMC Federation, the seven-headed hydra beast. In a not too unexpected announcement, VMware is to pseudo–spin out its vCloud Air division and move it into Virtustream, the latest Federation member, which EMC bought earlier this year for $1.2 billion.
In the rumpus of the Dell-EMC merger, you may have missed that VMware has once again been in an acquisitive mood, snapping up the mobile email management startup Boxer for, once again, an undisclosed amount of cash.
Over the last couple of days there has been an ever-increasing rumble that Dell is going to make an offer for EMC. But how is this any different from the much-rumbled-about HP/EMC merger of last year? Continue reading Dell and EMC: A Marriage Made in Heaven or a Match Made in Hell?
However, who outside of Silicon Valley and the Fortune 500 companies truly knows the details of a software-defined network?
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