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There are six different types of VMM profiles but not all of them all compatible with the VM and the service templates.
There are no shortages of compelling reasons to virtualize, but some applications present unique licensing challenges.
Red Hat is adding features to its virtualization software to stay competitive, but is also worried about staying relevant as the industry moves to embrace cloud and containers.
With the removal of feature and performance limitations in vCenter Server Appliance in vSphere 6, is it time to switch?
VMware announced its hyper-converged infrastructure offering at VMworld 2014 but has already made some adjustments to the offering.
The vSphere virtualization platform underwent significant renovations in storage and infrastructure management with the 6.0 release. Here's what you need to know.
It may seem hard to keep track of all of the problems that can derail a VDI project, but in reality every cause falls into one of two categories.
Citrix's X1 Mouse makes accessing a remote session from an iOS device doable, but what if you have to print? ThinPrint's Mobile Print feature simplifies what was once a multi-step process.
Companies looking to improve desktop performance with their VDI storage system have many options to choose from. They can use all-flash arrays, hybrid storage or flash caching.
The NSA is about to move some of its IT infrastructure to AWS as it seeks ways to increase efficiency, security and analyze vast amounts of data.
The cloud and its definition are hard to grasp, as each regularly evolves. Vendors continue to push the boundaries of cloud computing with new offerings.
Docker and other container options are gaining popularity. And AWS is diving into the technology, possibly with an eye on native containerization.
Pick up a cartful of DevOps advice from retailer Target, which moved to the DevOps culture in its data centers with a balance of stability and innovation.
Practice answering these questions to highlight your broad scope of experience, wide knowledge of tools, and multidisciplinary DevOps savvy during an interview.
The continued growth of hyper-converged infrastructure may raise more questions about staffing, rather than the technology, for enterprises.
Microsoft Operations Management Suite tackles Azure and AWS clouds, and multiple hypervisors, all from one console.
Nano Server is a lightweight installation option for Windows Server 2016, but deploying it isn't easy. Here's what you need -- and what to look out for.
TCP offloads and backups can create issues during a Hyper-V live migration if not addressed. Here’s how to avoid running into problems.
Mobility is on the rise, and organizations need to determine how they will keep pace with new technologies. This Q&A takes a look at mobile backend as a service, an approach that could hold the key to today's mobile needs.
Increasing demands for cloud- and mobile-ready applications are making legacy modernization efforts more critical than ever. This quiz will test your knowledge on modernization techniques and the ways to avoid common project pitfalls.
Learn why AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform is the June 2015 selection for our innovation spotlight.
The wealth of customer data available today has changed marketers' job descriptions. But the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Salesforce has unveiled Wave Analytics Apps to make crunching the numbers easier through tighter integration with Salesforce 1.
Companies are responding to customer pressure to bring contact center operations back to the U.S. But how do they battle the cost burdens that brings?