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Microsoft likens vSphere cloud to ancient fax machines

Director of Microsoft Virtualization says vSphere hybrid clouds remind him of ancient fax machines, overlooking reality of current IaaS landscape.

VMworld 2010 – TA8188: Competitive Platform Shootout

Session TA8188 at VMworld 2010 will cover VMware vSphere competitive advantages over other platforms. No mention of successful multi-hypervisor strategies for your enterprise, however.

My VMworld 2009 Experience

VMworld 2009 was held in San Francisco, California at the Moscone center from August 31 – September 3rd.  It was a great show and you could really feel the energy from customers, partners, and VMware people alike. Maybe next year I will do some live blogging from the show, but this time I decided to […]

Notice the new VMware logo?

The font has subtly changed and the three boxes are gone.

Is SCVMM 2008 R2 really banned from VMworld?

It makes for great drama to say that VMware will not allow Microsoft Virtualization to exhibit their latest product -- but it is not true.

Developer Day at VMworld 2009

Monday, August 31st VMware will be hosting Technology Exchange Developer Day for just $249. Get a free vSphere Standard development license and meet the engineers behind VMware software.

How to get to VMworld 2009

Bob Plankers, The Lone Sysadmin, is taking steps today to ensure he and his team can go to VMword next year: Something new in my budget this year is explicit funding for several people to go to VMworld. Over the last few years I’ve been able to attend as part of my organization’s training budget. […]