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There's a lot of hype about continuous deployment in DevOps circles, but it can be disastrous if the right culture and organization aren't in place.
GPUs offload the burden of demanding computational tasks from central processors. Integrate GPU into enterprise servers to manage intense computing.
It's time to knock down those silos, one by one. IT is transforming from a siloed set of reactive cost centers into a service provider with a focus on helping the business compete.
Docker containers are fast, easy to use and largely free. In terms of performance, they have even been called comparable to KVM. But that doesn't mean Docker containers are right for everyone.
Linux Containers have been around for a while, so how is that technology different from application containerization offered by companies like Docker?
Once you know how many servers your infrastructure will need, the next challenge is sizing those host servers to meet VM and application needs.
Despite its relative newness to the market, VMware's public cloud infrastructure offering could appeal to shops already using the company's vSphere server virtualization platform.
VMware claims vCloud Air has an advantage over competitor public-cloud providers by giving administrators a familiar vSphere framework for bouncing workloads to the cloud and back again.
Picking a design is one of the first decisions you have to make when deploying VMware vSphere. It might seem like an easy task, but overcomplicating your design could lead to difficulties.
Nonpersistent VDI sounds great in theory, but beneath the surface lay management and application compatibility nightmares. For these reasons, many shops look to persistent VDI, but new tools could make shared images easier to implement and manage.
There are lots of client options to choose from for VDI. Get the details on four of the most popular zero clients and how they can meet your needs in this buying guide.
New kid on the block virtual mobile infrastructure lets you run VMs with Android applications in the data center and then deliver those apps to any endpoint.
When calendar invites don't appear in your view like they should, follow these steps to fix the problem.
To guarantee your mobile messaging environment is protected, be sure to meet these three areas.
To better understand tenant-to-tenant migrations after a company merger or acquisition, dig deeper into prerequisites and native tools.