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Q&A: Intel reiterates its stance on multicloud, tips hat to VMware NSX

There is no cloud; it’s just someone else’s computer, as the saying goes. Cloud computing’s ethereal nature makes it easy to forget there’s real hardware down on the ground as software service models virtualize hardware management. But at soirees such as VMworld, the invisible comes to light as an ecosystem of storage and networking providers …

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VMware Entering the IT Infrastructure Composability Game – Gigaom

VMworld 2019 proved to be a very good event. Although new product announcements were limited, the company made a great show of technology previews that kept people’s attention and helped attendees better understand VMware’s strategy, product roadmaps, and upcoming features. In this scenario, one feature that attracted my attention is the ability of future VMware …

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Years in the making: Carbon Black is the capstone for VMware’s security business strategy

(This article has been updated with an extended review of Carbon Black to reflect Tom Barsi’s selection as theCUBE’s Guest of the Week.) Don’t look now, but VMware Inc. has built a significant cybersecurity practice. The August acquisition of Carbon Black Inc. for $2.1 billion represented a major step forward for the network virtualization vendor’s …

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Project Pacific mashes vSphere and Kubernbetes for happier DevOps

What is the fate of VMware Inc. virtual machines? Some tout containers (a virtualized method for running distributed applications) as their obvious successor — at least in modern cloud environments. But in real companies with a variety of applications, and Developer Operations (DevOps) teams, there may still be a place for both. “This whole VM-versus-container …

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VMware’s big-ticket shopping spree sharpens focus on Kubernetes and cybersecurity

When he was head coach of the NFL’s New England Patriots in the 1990s, Bill Parcells was once asked if he thought he should be involved in acquiring players for his team. “If they want you to cook the dinner, at least they ought to let you shop for some of the groceries,” Parcells said. …

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At VMworld, VMware announces a hybrid cloud product blitz for partners

VMware Inc. will kick off its annual VMworld conference in San Francisco today with a slew of announcements aimed at positioning itself as the company everyone wants to partner with for hybrid cloud management. In addition to new versions of its operations and automation suites for hybrid cloud, the company will deepen its integration with server …

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Counting on Kubernetes, Diamanti wants to future-proof legacy technologies

Ahead of VMworld 2019, the enterprise technology industry is at the crux of a multicloud conundrum. With the rise of containerized applications and microservices, the distinctions amongst major cloud providers are getting dimmer by the day. Yet on-premises computing remains a crucial component for the enterprise, even when those businesses seek the economic and operational …

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