The application and desktop virtualization war between Citrix and VMware continues to escalate. Yesterday, Citrix released the VMware Migration Tool, which enables a fast and easy transition from VMware View 6.1 to XenDesktop 7.6. This tool works to migrate not only to on-premises XenDesktop environments, but also to Citrix Workspace Cloud.
Yesterday I was reading about Cisco’s fourth quarter earnings results, as you do when you are bored and waiting for the next episode of EastEnders to start—well, we all have to take a rest from SDN goodness every now and then. Now, this was interesting for two reasons. It was the last quarter under the … Continue reading Another Missile Fired in the Cisco vs. VMware SDN War
I have spoken and written quite a bit on the delegate user problem facing cloud and virtual environments. It is a growing problem, as we delegate actions from logged-in users to service accounts to implement changes on our systems. Any system, for example, that proxies administrative requests suffers from the delegate user problem. In essence, … Continue reading VMware Solves Delegate User Problem
Recently, I was going through Twitter and came across this tweet from Andre Liebovici: “After a four part blog post from VMware’s @chuckhollis against Nutanix their VMs went missing. How ironic! #unreliable.”
On March 11 on the VMware end-user computing blog, Sumit Dhawan casually announced VMware’s next big thing: Project Enzo. A former Citrix exec, Sumit Dhawan is now VMware’s senior vice president and general manager, desktop products, End-User Computing.
A while back, I got a chance to speak with Chris Wolf, CTO, Americas at VMware, for episode 11 of the Virtualization EUC Podcast.