Microsoft exec responds to VMware Hybrid Cloud. Heavily.
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The length of the short list of Microsoft partners offering a huge Azure "appliance" is approaching zero.
It takes a lot more than a 16GB flash drive full of management products to deliver a production cloud.
Microsoft System Center private cloud campaign claims "Ready now." Is it?
The "hosted private clouds" on display at MMS 2012 were based on shared infrastructure, making them public clouds in reality.
The Microsoft Cloud Power billboard on Highway 101 is obscured by a construction project. See who won last week's caption contest.
Win a copy of the new VMware Workstation 8 by providing the best caption for a photo of the Microsoft Cloud Power billboard construction site.
Be sure to sign up for the major VMware event happening July 12, 2011 at 9 a.m.
See the two-step process used to export a VM from the OpSource Cloud in OVF format for use with a vSphere private cloud.
Learn some of the details behind the OpSource Cloud network topology and performance.
Learn about connection options, such as SSL VPN and NAT, for workloads running on the OpSource Cloud.
OpSource Cloud is a public IaaS cloud built on VMware vSphere 4.1. Take a look at some of the features in this multi-part series.
What would it be like to see Steve Ballmer's MacBook Pro, where he uses Evernote to devise his latest Microsoft executive transition plans.
See a [hilarious] video where experts from Neovise unbox the industry's first "cloud in a box"
Last week VCritical hosted the vComeback Contest which received scores of responses. Now find out who the winners are!
Your pithy response to Microsoft's latest cloud billboard could win you a copy of Maximum vSphere in the first-ever vComeback Contest!
The new Microsoft private cloud "Virtual Machine Manager Self Server Portal 2" takes a major step backward, reverting to the "one VM per LUN" limitation when scripting LUN creation.
Director of Microsoft Virtualization says vSphere hybrid clouds remind him of ancient fax machines, overlooking reality of current IaaS landscape.
Microsoft announces Azure-in-a-box, seemingly in response to customers leaving the hosted Azure platform.
A year ago at MMS 2009, Microsoft criticized VMware for not offering public-private cloud federation. Today, Microsoft still has nothing to show in that area.