Broadcom Buying VMware
Assuming the deal goes through, VMware will become a cash cow for Broadcom, and Broadcom will milk it to death.
VMware’s Developer Play
The change in marketing leadership at VMware indicates that the company has had enough of trying to convince developers to get interested in infrastructure and wants to try a different approach.
VMware Project Cascade: The Future of VMware
Can VMware merge traditional IT ops with Kubernetes?
VMworld 2021: A Strategic Overview: Multi-Cloud All The Things
VMware has chosen multi-cloud as the central core of its strategy, and it is using a lot of confusing all-things-to-all-people messaging in trying to sell this strategy.
VMware Adds Distributed IPS/IDS to NSX
VMware has added distributed IPS/IDS to NSX, but is it ready for real-world operations?
DR to VMware Cloud on AWS with Site Recovery Manager
VMware has added DR capabilities to VMware Cloud on AWS with Site Recovery Manager support.
VMware Makes Kubernetes Even More So With Tanzu
VMware has added Kubernetes capabilities to vSphere and elsewhere, but ease-of-use remains elusive.
VMware Returns To Its Roots At VMworld 2019
This year’s VMworld was a return to form for VMware. By returning to its roots, VMware is building a strong foundation for future growth.
Droplet Computing Makes The Browser The Computer
Droplet Computing have used WebAssembly to turn your browser into a computer that can run any old application.
VMware Gets Its Mojo Back At VMworld 2017
VMware has stopped apologizing for existing and has gotten its mojo back.
Analysis: Dell To Buy EMC For $67 Billion
The news is everywhere, and has been for days: VMware currently trades as. Background The implications and details of this deal are legion, and there is a wealth of detail out there, good and bad, so I’ll point you at the commentary I think is most worth bothering with rather than re-hash the same stuff here.
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.
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.
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 lot of other tools they want you to use.