One of the things that seemed clear to me over the last couple of VMworld conferences is that VMware is very committed to NSX. In addition to having NSX as the core of its Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), VMware is also placing NSX in the core of its End User Compute (EUC) offering. I also expect VMware to make … Continue reading VMware’s NSX Has a Problem
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.