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VMware Reports 3rd Quarter 2016 Results – Year-over-Year Revenue Growth of 6% to $1.78 Billion

Strong portfolio performance results in Year-over-Year Revenue Growth of 6% to $1.78 Billion; New VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture and new cloud partnerships announced in the quarter to offer customers the most complete and capable hybrid cloud VMware, Inc.(NYSE: VMW), a leader in cloud infrastructure and business mobility, today announced financial results for the third quarter of […]

First AWS Certification Study Guide Now Available

Amazon Web Services
This official study guide, written by AWS subject matter experts, covers exam concepts, and provides key review on exam topics. Individuals studying for the Solutions Architect – Associate exam can leverage the study guide and complementary online study tools to prepare for their exam through expert advice, real-world knowledge, key exam essentials, chapter review questions, […]

Introduction to Morpheus data

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
As a Service Provider you need to have support for multiple platforms, multiple services, multiple applications but still having to have a consistent way to deliver each and every service to the end-customer. Now most vendors have their own self-service solution which works for their own service, the issue with these are that they often […]

1st look at Microsoft Azure and Amazon costs for Citrix and VMware deployments

RobBeekmans.NET by Rob Beekmans
Now that Citrix and VMware found their cloud mates I was wondering what that would do with the costs. As there is not that much to play with I decided to work with the cost calculators from both Microsoft and Amazon to see what the difference would be. Microsoft Azure offers a calculator to deploy […]

HPE Service Anywhere is now available in the AWS Marketplace

HP Enterprise
Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace is an online store where customers can browse, purchase, and deploy software. I’m pleased to announce that HPE Service Anywhere is now available in the AWS Marketplace in a newly-created Service Desk category. HPE Service Anywhere is our SaaS Big Data Service Desk offering within the HPE ITSM Automation Suite. […]

Amazon WorkSpaces is now available in the EU (Frankfurt) AWS Region

Amazon Web Services
Amazon WorkSpaces is now available in the EU (Frankfurt) AWS Region. Amazon WorkSpaces is a fully managed, secure desktop computing service which runs on the AWS cloud. Amazon WorkSpaces allows you to provide your users access to the documents, applications, and resources they need from the device of their choice, including Windows and Mac computers, […]

Introducing Cloud Cost Compare – Where to Run Your Next App

Today there are more choices than ever of where and how to run applications. Virtualization has made it easy to spin up a VM, containers make deployment even faster and public cloud services remove the need to procure, rack and mount hardware altogether. More Choices, More Problems More options do not always result in a […]

ClearSky: Object Storage at Enterprise Block Speed

ClearSky Data
Can object storage ever be as fast as block storage? It turns out the answer is yes. And we already know how to do it. I was speaking to the CTO of ClearSky Data, Laz Vekiarides, about their block storage system for enterprise applications. They offer . . . a Global Storage Network that manages the […]

Run Windows Server 2016 on Amazon EC2

Amazon Web Services
You can now run Windows Server 2016 on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). This version of Windows Server is packed with new features including support for Docker and Windows containers.  We are making it available in all AWS regions today, in four distinct forms: Windows Server 2016 Datacenter with Desktop Experience – The mainstream version […]

The hidden costs of Public Cloud Providers: The risk of not getting Azure right in the Enterprise

Last year was the year of the Openstack. People talked about it, they deployed it, they tested it, and they had grandiose plans on rolling it into production. Few in my experience succeeded on schedule or without technical challenges and difficulties in skill-set gaps on their teams. While this is still being leveraged in many […]

VMware Releases VMware vSphere 6.5!

VMware vSphere 6.5 Delivers Simplified Customer Experience, Comprehensive Built-In Security and Support for Running Modern, Containerized Applications in Production Today; VMware Virtual SAN 6.5 Supports Containerized and Physical Workloads, 512e Hard Disk Drives and Solid State Drives, and Two-node Direct Connect for Remote Office/Branch Office Environments; VMware vRealize Automation 7.2 Introduces Container Management and New […]

Purchasing Cloud Services is Easy. Managing them Requires the Right Solution – Video

Flexera Software
With FlexNet Manager for Cloud Infrastructure organizations get comprehensive, accurate and actionable insight into cloud infrastructure usage to optimize use and spend on these services. Built on proven Flexera Software license management technology, it automates the collection and aggregation of cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) usage data and billing information to produce a complete […]

Cost Optimization in the Cloud, Part 2 – The Four Pillars of Cloud Cost Optimization, Brought to You by AWS

We’ve looked at traditional approaches to optimizing costs in AWS and why these tactics often fail. This week, we investigate what AWS recommends organizations consider when seeking to lower costs in the public cloud, based on a presentation given at the AWS Enterprise Summit in Boston. So you know you need to refocus your efforts […]