Growth in Middle Kingdom plus beans spilled on software-defined networking cash
That's not a sneeze, that's its actual name
Patents seek back channel data lookups based on IM content
Rapid virtual desktop booting the headline feature of what might be v 6.5 or perhaps 7.0
What a shock, VMware in the lead
Virty giant plans Pacific assault on Microsoft and Amazon
Gartner mages' virtual symmetrical quadrilateral frowns at Citrix
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Big O SPARCs up its storage management offerings
Virtzilla dumps 19 controllers from list of approved kit
VMware creates private beta community, but don't join if you plan virtual nukes
End-user computing push continues with Horizon release and new vertical templates
The cost of running virtual appliances may just have gone up
Reference platforms on the way to allow other server-makers to spread the love
Sysadmin blog Hurling rocks at an upstart is one thing, but chucking rocks at big Mike?
Preview offers a glimpse
VirtzillaLand's 2014 rides and thrills revealed
Did we mention this open source object store isn't just targeting VMware?
Indoctrination phase complete: let the selling begin!
Software defining the future
Update 'MARVIN' is going to get lots of folks paranoid
Video QA training sessions recorded for you
vCenter Heartbeat is no more, let the VMworld speculation begin!
More reference designs, hooray
Virtzilla releases tech previews for 16-vCPU Workstation and Fusion desktop tools
Video Online training session - ungated just for you
Virtzilla's found another way to compete indirectly with AWS et al
Gets better-than ZFS dedupe
Virtzilla has some catching up to do after Citrix cloudifies XenApp and XenDesktop
Hated VDA charge doesn't apply to thin clients running Windows Embedded
Frustrated system builders: your time is now and the boss can't stop you!
Tiered storage and a data protection refresh come to vCHS
Sysadmin blog Our man Trevor is left with more questions than answers
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