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VMware Horizon Cloud comes to Microsoft Azure

At VMware, we’ve always been intent on giving our customers as many options and as much flexibility as possible when it comes to their IT environment. Our latest commitment to that cause, is delivering VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure, helping our customers to bring VMware virtual desktops and applications to the increasing global presence […]

A few ‘State of the VDI and SBC union’ results in more detail

Bas van Kaam
Last month Login VSI presented the results of their State of the VDI and SBC union world-wide survey. Together with the help of Ruben Spruijt (CTO Atlantis computing) and ControlUp they published a thorough 59-page document holding all kinds of interesting VDI and SBC related statistics. The survey was completed by 580 people in total. […]

Gartner: Serverless is not networkless

Serverless is pretty hot right now, so I asked one of our serverless analysts Arun Chandrasekaran a few questions on the topic… Q – What is serverless, is it a new technology or just a rebranding of something old/marketing? Serverless computing allows users to run code without provisioning or managing any underlying system or application infrastructure, […]

Veeam Strengthens Grip on Availability Market Leadership

Veeam achieves 36 straight quarters of double digit growth and major market share gains from legacy backup providers Enjoys fastest growth in sales to Enterprise customers with hybrid cloud solutions Worldwide revenue bookings pace in Q2 ’17 of 27 percent YoY Extends rapid customer win rate; 13,000 new customers in Q2’17, Veeam exceeds 255,000 customers […]

Microsoft: Top Elements To Consider When Choosing A Monitoring Tool

Given my complete lack of knowledge and understanding of physics, I ordinarily wouldn’t venture far into the realm of thermodynamics in an IT article. But considering that my 5 year old recently assured me she’s certain her dad is much smarter than your average rocket scientist, I’m willing to go out on a limb. The […]

VMware on How to Customize vCloud Director UI

Service providers who are offering additional services beyond vanilla vCloud Director IaaS were asking how to add links to them in the existing (Flex) vCloud Director UI. vCloud Director 8.20 provides very simple way to extend the right column of the Home screen with additional sections and static links. It is really simple extensibility and […]

An Introduction to AWS: A Platform Overview – #AWS Session Video

Amazon Web Services
AWS provides on-demand computing resources and services in the cloud with pay-as-you-go pricing. This session produces a foundational understanding of AWS and illustrates how tapping into AWS resources rather than depending on your own is like purchasing electricity from a power company instead of running your own generator. Using AWS services delivers many of the […]

Andre Leibovici on the Future of EUC to Open-Convergence – Podcast Episode 282

Listen to “Andre Leibovici on the Future of EUC to Open-Convergence – Podcast Episode 282” on Spreaker. In episode 282, Douglas Brown interviews Andre Leibovici, Field CTO and VP of Solutions and Alliances at Datrium. Douglas and Andre truly have a very lively discussion on everything from the future of EUC to Open-Convergence.  Andrew also […]

VMware: 5 Guidelines for the Enterprise Cloud Revolution

Sanjay Poonen, VMware’s chief operating officer (COO) for customer operations, recently had the opportunity to share his thoughts on the evolution of cloud. At the Collision Conference in New Orleans, May 2–4, 2017, Poonen centered his talk around the following five guidelines. Hybrid cloud computing is the definitive model. Focus on “as-a-strategy”—software (SaaS), infrastructure (IaaS), […]

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery now supports managed disks

Azure Site Recovery (ASR) now supports managed disks. This follows the announcement of Azure’s support for managed disks in February. With the integration of managed disks into ASR, you can attach managed disks to your machines during a failover or migration to Azure. Managed disks provide the following advantages: Simplified disk management for Azure IaaS […]

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