Jun2017

Dell and Amazon Start Making a Positive Impact on VMware

Dell and Amazon are starting to make a positive impact on VMware. Once we learned about the Dell acquisition of EMC, there was a lot of speculation on how this acquisition would affect VMware moving forward. I believe we are starting to see some of the positive effects of this acquisition.

Aug2016

vMotion: True Disruption

As I think back over the journey from physical, to virtual, to cloud, to containers, there is one technology that stands out—one that has fundamentally moved our mindset away from static resources and has caused a serious shift in how we license, …
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Sep2015

VMworld US 2015: Day 2 Recap

Welcome to The Virtualization Practice’s week-long coverage of VMworld US 2015. Tune in all week for our daily recap of the major announcements and highlights from the world’s premier virtualization and cloud conference. VMworld US 2015 continued in force yesterday, …
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Feb2015

vMotion Evolves into vDistance

On Monday, February 3rd, during VMware’s Online Launch Event, VMware made the announcement of the latest release of their flagship product “vSphere 6.0.” There are a lot of great features and enhancements with this new release and for this post I wanted to zero in on one specific enhancement, and in my humble opinion, that is where the vMotion technology just became the vDistance technology.

Oct2014

Are the Cloud Bambies Waking Up to Enterprise Requirements?

Google has delivered live migration in its Google Compute Engine cloud offering. Now comes word from Barb Darrow at Gigaom that Amazon is working on live migration as well. Is it possible that the cloud bambies are waking up to …
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