IBM Hopes To Move Millions Of VMware Workloads To Its Cloud In New Partnership
The eyes of much of the tech world may be focused on Barcelona and the announcements coming out of the Mobile World Congress this week. But at its annual cloud conference in Las Vegas, IBM just took a big swing in its fight to grab a seat at the table of major cloud computing players with Amazon, Microsoft and Google.
An exciting time in the world of network virtualization, VMware’s @martin_casado discusses
VMware SVP and GM Martin Casado discusses network virtualization, including three primary use cases and the current state of NSX.
NSX Dual Active/Active Datacenters BCDR
TweetOverview The modern data center design requires better redundancy and demands the ability to have Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) in case of catastrophic failure in our datacenter. Planning a new data center with BCDR requires meeting certain … Read more ›
VxRail – Ready to Rule the Hyper Converged Market
Recently VMware & EMC introduced a awesome piece of hardware for hyper converged infrastructure.Thought to share something about this innovation Key features :Extends your standard….Read More
AirWatch 8.3: A Smarter, More Secure Digital Workspace
Last week, VMware revealed what we believe is the new era of work: the digital workspace. At its heart, VMware Workspace ONE is the next evolution of end-user computing—an innovative ecosystem designed to strike a balance between an intuitive end-user experience and IT’s mandate to enable secure “anytime, any device, anywhere” workforce productivity. Today, AirWatch […]
I think this post is one of the most explaining and valuable one. Thanks Gregg!
So, did we really need a new blog and a new blogger? I can’t say, I hope to give a little bit of my professionality to our large virtual community.
And, to start in the best way, I will not bore you readers with useless sentences, and I’ll close this first post in a few words: I’m not english speaking, so please forgive me for any error should I make, and I’ll do my best in keeping this blog interesting. If not – don’t worry to be rude and tell me.