Analysis: Dell To Buy EMC For $67 Billion

The news is everywhere, and has been for days: [entity display=”Dell” type=”organization” subtype=”company” active=”true” activated=”true” deactivated=”false” key=”dell” natural_id=”fred/company/1260″]Dell[/entity] and [entity display=”EMC” type=”organization” subtype=”company” active=”true” activated=”true” deactivated=”false” key=”emc” ticker=”EMC” exchange=”NYSE” natural_id=”fred/company/1441″]EMC[/entity] have announced that [entity display=”Dell” type=”organization” subtype=”company” active=”false” key=”dell” natural_id=”fred/company/1260″]Dell[/entity] plans to purchase [entity display=”EMC” type=”organization” subtype=”company” active=”false” key=”emc” ticker=”EMC”… Continue reading

Maxta Choose Customer Choice For Hyper-Converged

Hyper-converged purveyor Maxta have been listening carefully to what their customers of the past two years have been saying, and they want choice. A major appeal of hyper-converged offerings is simplicity: simple to buy, simple to use, at least when compared with build-your-own or reference architecture style systems. Instead, you… Continue reading

HashiCorp Completes Portfolio of DevOps Tools with Otto and Nomad

HashiCorp today announced the availability of the final two parts of their suite of DevOps workflow tools, Otto and Nomad, completing a multi-year journey to provide a set of tools for developers and operators of the modern datacenter. Nomad is a scheduler which is essentially a tool for ensuring the… Continue reading

HashiCorp Adds Support For VMware vCloud Air

If you’ve been watching the developer/enterprise overlap that is in full swing, you may well have heard of Vagrant, and its eponymous vagrant up command. What you may not know (as I did not until this week) is that the company behind Vagrant is called HashiCorp, and they have a… Continue reading