Virtualisation and software giant VMware's annual conferernce, VMworld 2014, starts this week and Edwin Yapp is on site to report the latest developments. Here is a preview of what is expected to take place.
The polarised view that ‘on-premise’ describes a dying technology model whilst applications in the cloud are at the forefront of progress is deeply flawed, writes Unit4’s Jack van der Velde.
EMC acquired TwinStrata for an undisclosed amount TwinStrata's CloudArray to be integrated with EMC's VMAX3
Storage systems maker EMC Corp has announced a series of new products that aim to help organisations better prepare for 'megatrends.' Goh Thean Eu reports from Seoul.
Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS) has announced in Malaysia a new set of technologies in the Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) portfolio that are designed to address the top demands businesses are placing on their IT organisations.
Cloud and virtualisation specialist VMware Inc has introduced new initiatives that will extend its technology and philosophy beyond the server, and a new hybrid cloud service that it said can help customers get out of public cloud lock-in.
The integration of public, hybrid and private clouds makes managing and monitoring the IT environment more challenging. Add outsourcing to the mix and it becomes clear that there is a need to monitor these information exchange points more closely, writes Shabbir Baliwala of Compuware.
Mark Micallef, area vice president of Citrix Asean, shares the best hybrid cloud computing strategies enterprises should adopt in order to reap the full benefits of this progressive technological solution.
VMware Inc has announced the general availability of the VMware vCloud Hybrid Service, new data centre locations, and new capabilities that it said would make it simple to bring existing and new cloud-native applications to the public cloud.
Tata Communications' C.R. Srinivasan says that cloud conversations in Asia Pacific have moved to the next stage, and that organisations here are now asking the same questions as in more developed markets.