With VMware’s announcement of vSphere 6.0, we’ve had a lot of new topics to write about. I’ll be focusing this post on VMware interpretations and implementation of software-defined storage and on the enhancements of VMware Virtual SAN 6.0 in particular. VMware’s strategy is to push for change by driving transformation through the hypervisor until we … Continue reading VMware Virtual SAN 6.0
There are a few vSphere features that I really found myself taking for granted until they had enhancements added to their base technology. How about you? Are there any features that you simply don’t think about anymore? You know, ones that just work and have been around and used in best practices for a good … Continue reading VMware HA: What’s New in vSphere 6?
VMware has announced vSphere6. It has revealed many significant capabilities, but perhaps the most important announcements are those focusing on company positioning and OpenStack.
VMware Integrated OpenStack is a direct shot at Red Hat and anyone else who intends to build a revenue stream around supporting OpenStack-based private clouds in the enterprise customer base.
VMware has completed the acquisition of Immidio, a vendor of user environment management products based in Holland. Immidio’s core product, Flex Profiles, was recently rebranded as Flex+, and the company claims to have two million users worldwide.
Yesterday (October 29, 2014), VMware completed the acquisition of Continuent, a San Jose–based software developer that specializes in the development of a database clustering and replication product that enables enterprises to run business-critical applications on cost-effective, open-source software. This is a new offering within VMware’s Hybrid Cloud Business Unit.