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Virtualization documentation can swallow up huge chunks of time if you have to retrace your steps. Recording what you do as you do it could save lots of time down the road.
It's important to not only take the big issues into consideration but also remember about small problems to keep a secure virtualization environment.
Recent reports have shown that the vast majority of businesses are struggling to overcome private cloud challenges. Why is it so difficult and is it worth the trouble?
VMware's February announcements focused on the features of the upcoming vSphere 6 release, but some cloud news also caught interest of the VMware faithful.
VMware has expanded its virtualization product line dramatically, but the core of the company lies within its popular hypervisor technology.
VMware offers two options for virtual switches that share basic functions, but only one comes with the top-of-the-line license option.
Parallels acquired 2X Software to add app publishing, but faces a difficult battle with entrenched virtual desktop vendors Citrix and VMware.
The reasons you started virtualizing apps may not still hold true today. You have to migrate off Microsoft App-V 4.5 or 4.6 eventually, so now's the time to decide what you need from an app virt tool.
Shops that only need to support a few virtual desktops, have transient desktop needs or lack the in-house expertise to do VDI are all good potential DaaS customers.
For AWS shops, news of another reboot in the EC2 fleet shows the cloud provider is staying on top of its security responsibilities.
Developers put security second in the software development process. SecOps rolls the continuous threat testing and monitoring makes it a priority.
Our developers are looking for a simple way to keep tabs on code for AWS applications. How can GitHub help them manage and share application code?
Performance monitoring tools preemptively thwart run-the-business application problems, but only when you have the right APM tool for the job.
Disaster recovery planning and infrastructure builds vex IT managers. Cloud services offer lower costs and more flexibility, but not without risk.
Most of the IT budget goes to maintaining the data center hardware and software. Consider outsourcing for better support.
There are several flaws in IIS that can jeopardize the security of Windows servers. Here are some of the top threats and how to solve them.
With DH2i's release of DxEnterprise, IT pros can manage enterprise deployments of Windows Server containers.
The preview of Windows Server contains new storage replication features, but it's not enabled by default. Here's how to get started.
At DevWeek 2015, Spencer Debrosse discusses ways to maneuver around API testing issues with automation and DevOps team strategies.
An API expert discusses the prevalence of API attacks and the need for vetting third-party developers.
Steve Willmott of 3scale answers questions about APIs and encourages designers to have some fun with API design without forgetting about user experience.
Mark Roberge, chief revenue officer at HubSpot, uses serious data analysis when hiring sales staff. But science doesn't crowd out instinct.
Contact center agents are supposed to help customers with issue resolution. But that's tough when agents lack good working knowledge of products.
Philly 311, a new mobile customer service app for the city of Philadelphia, helps citizens report neighborhood incidents and engage more deeply with city government.