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When it comes to Linux data center tools, there is no shortage of options. For automation, backup and monitoring, consider these five Linux tools first.
VMware made its name virtualizing servers and later with other proprietary technology, but it's reaching out to developers with its container-friendly, open source Project Photon.
Handing off most of its software business to private equity firms is one more step toward Dell's mega-purchase of EMC, and it gives users both clarity and concerns.
Microsoft's System Center Virtual Machine Manager offers a variety of options, including VM prioritization and host restrictions, for creating highly available VMs.
Nominate the top virtualization, cloud and end-user computing products for the Best of VMworld 2016 US Awards.
The hype surrounding software-defined data centers has reached a fever pitch, elevating businesses' expectations and raising new concerns.
The fast-paced nature of the IT world makes it tough to keep up. Explore the latest cloud computing trends -- ranging from new pricing models to IoT -- with these five podcasts.
Machine learning represents a new frontier for compute, and the public cloud is making it more affordable and available than ever. But that doesn't mean you should rush in.
Navigating the range of big data services on Google Cloud Platform can be a challenge. Here is list that breaks down what Google offers in the realm of big data analysis.
Windows AppLocker lets you use rules to whitelist or block applications based on attributes such as publisher or path, but it's not a comprehensive application control tool.
Admins who still have Windows XP systems on their networks can turn to a Windows POSReady 2009 registry hack to reopen the update floodgates.
Microsoft's new Ready for Windows website aims to help businesses migrate to the new operating system by listing applications that are compatible with Windows 10.