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Virtualisation stories - Page 3
IoT, AI, blockchain, biometrics – Hitachi Vantara's 10 key trends for 2018
Smart object storage, analytics and AI, and the extension of agile methodologies across the enterprise will all play key roles during the coming year.
Veritas and Nutanix expand joint data protection capabilities
The collaboration is designed to address two key challenges joint customers face today.
TIBCO snatches up Cisco’s data virtualisation business
Specifically, TIBCO will acquire the Cisco Information Server, which the company describes as a market-leading solution.
Commvault: Know your data in the cloud…to be agile
Agility - it’s increasingly becoming associated with being able to fail fast and fail often.
Republic of Sierra Leone to become Africa’s first ever ‘smart country’
Sierra Leone has entered a nationwide digitisation program that its president is asserting will forever change its global digital standing.
Always-on disaster recovery to transform the new enterprise
Objective-defined storage platforms are changing disaster recovery, says ioFabric's Greg Wyman. He outlines how and why.
Traditional fax vs virtual services - are traditional fax machines still useful?
This rise in more efficient virtual services is actually giving more traditional business tools, like the fax machine, a new lease on life.
5 data centre infrastructure management myths debunked
Nlyte's Mark Gaydos exposes five common myths surrounding data centre infrastructure and warns to not succumb to them.
Asustor integrates NAS operating system with Linux in new solution
“Users can take the Linux open source development environment and applications and integrate them into Linux Center.”
VMware helps Myanmar's largest private bank modernize its data center
VMware will be supplying its software-defined data center (SDDC) stack of solutions including vSphere with Operations Management and vCloud.
‘Virtualization Station’: What it is and why you should have it
As we continue to make quantum leaps in technology, many businesses are facing the same problem – the generation gap of hardware and software.
Tech Data takes on VMware education services
Tech Data’s Technology Solutions business has inked a deal which sees it becoming an authorised reseller of VMware education services locally.
How storage virtualization delivers data: Always on, always available, always fast
Consider this, 50 to 80% of all data is inactive, cold or stale – yet it is sitting on expensive storage – why?
Dell expands desktop virtualization offerings with new thin client solutions
“Organizations today are looking for ease and flexibility in their IT solutions and desktop virtualization is no exception."
How healthy is your data center infrastructure? Nlyte's new product will tell you
The new solution polls tens of thousands of servers to produce detailed reports showing utilization and connection data.
Exclusive: VMware's Bruce Davie explains why network virtualisation is changing security
Security is not about the perimeter any more. Not when you have applications virtualised in the cloud, each with their own policies.
ARM, Enea, Marvell & PicoCluster launch OPNFV Pharos Lab for NFV platforms
The NFV PicoPod, a cost-effective OPNFV Pharos pod, condenses to a cubic foot package, consisting of six Marvell MACCHIATObin developer boards.
Take advantage of network function virtualisation & be more responsive in Asia
A one-size-fits-all approach to networking is no longer enough to help businesses compete.
The virtualisation architect: Top 6 must-haves of the modern data centre
Australian organisations are starting to find that most legacy architectures can’t support growing demands of speed, scale, and agility.
Q&A with Michael Dell: Software-defined data centers, PCs & the future of IT
If we look ahead - I can see a couple of things happening. The first is that the software defined data center will become the de facto standard.
Hive-IO ramps up desktop virtualization with VDI 3.0 launch
Previous versions of the platform are VDI 1.0, released in 2002/2003, and VDI 2.0 released in 2007.
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews adopts new storage system
The Museum recently adopted a new Infortrend storage solution for integrate into their existing Hyper-V virtualization environment.
Virtualization tech is paired up with 10G-EPON in new trail
Further trials are being planned in preparation for the full-scale application of vCPE to 10Gpbs Internet services.
Why data center modernization projects are now easier to cost justify
For most data center stakeholders, modernization has traditionally meant replacing existing systems with equal or bigger systems at higher cost.