vCenter Server 6.0 Availability Guide (by…

#vCenter Server 6.0 Availability Guide – pretty important piece of info.

vCenter Server 6.0 Availability Guide (by…

vCenter Server has become a mission critical part of most virtual infrastructures. It can be a single point of failure if it is not designed for availability. vCenter Server 6 has many changes relating to vCenter Server and its components and careful consideration has to be made in the design of its architecture.


VMware Incorporates New Docker Security…

#VMware Incorporates New Docker Security Guidelines by @VirtReview

VMware Incorporates New Docker Security…

Although Docker Inc. containers are experiencing skyrocketing popularity, it’s still a relatively immature technology. One of the ways that immaturity manifests itself is in the area of security. Standards are beginning to emerge, however, and VMware Inc. has released an updated management product to help meet those standards.


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The Self-Service Revolution: A Double-Edged…

The Self-Service Revolution: A Double-Edged Sword

The Self-Service Revolution: A Double-Edged…

The characteristics of cloud computing are many and varied, but the feature perhaps most responsible for its rapid adoption across organizations of all sizes is self-service procurement. The reason for this is fairly obvious: whereas interfacing with the IT department and waiting on approval was once the biggest bottleneck in provisioning new resources, workers today can simply bypass all that and go directly to a cloud-services provider. While cloud computing has cleared the IT bottleneck by enabling self-service and instant access to technology infrastructure, it has created a new set of problems. Sure, organizations can save time and money by lowering the bars of procurement, but are employees procuring the right resources? And is the…Read More


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Top 5 Tips for Marketing Your Cloud Services

Top 5 Tips for Marketing Your Cloud Services

Top 5 Tips for Marketing Your Cloud Services

By Alberto Martinez A couple of years ago when I was working in Australia, one of my customers was starting to deliver cloud services to its external customers—mainly infrastructure as a service (IaaS). It was not a very mature market at that time though they knew what they had to do to promote those services: […]


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