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Ingram Micro brings virtualisation intelligence to NZ
Runecast Analyzer has been added to Ingram’s books, providing analytics and automated security compliance analysis for VMware and Amazon Web Services.
What happens when you run Linux on a toaster?
Just because you can build a toaster that runs Linux, it doesn’t mean you should. So why are you using commodity hardware in your data centre that was built to do something else entirely?
NVIDIA buys Cumulus Networks in push to grow software-defined data centres
NVIDIA is looking to optimise the networking system, from the chip right through to software and analytics.
AsiaPac to partner in VMware Cloud on AWS launch in Singapore
VMware has revealed AsiaPac Distribution to be its launch partner for VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Singapore.
Lenovo and its partners making HCI easy for data centres
Lenovo's new HCI solution provides the benefits of traditional converged systems with the addition of a software-defined scale-out architecture.
VMware nabs Microsoft director to manage Malaysia operations
VMware has reaffirmed its commitment to Malaysia with a new appointment to lead operations within the country.
Rackspace to deliver fanatical support for VMware Cloud on AWS
Rackspace announced that it intends to offer Fanatical Support for VMware Cloud on AWS through VMware’s Managed Service Provider (MSP) program early n
Carbon Black joins forces with VMware to ramp up data center security
“With Carbon Black’s Collective Defense Cloud, mutual customers now have a unified security stack for the software-defined data center.”
Rackspace adopts VMware’s cloud foundation
The project is designed to deliver a Software Defined Data Centre with enhanced lifecycle management capabilities.
Sunbird’s new release to drive faster and more secure data centre management
The release is designed to provide data centre managers with enhanced tools that enable easy and agile responses to their most common challenges.
VMware updates vRealize cloud management offerings for software defined data centers
VMware aims to improve software-defined data center operations and accelerate application and infrastructure service delivery across hybrid clouds.
ePLDT moves onwards and upwards with SDN technology
ePLDT has now deployed Software Defined Networking (SDN) technology in its data center network.
Software defined data center market set for big growth on global scale
That’s according to a report from Technavio titled ‘Global Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) Market’.
APAC software-defined market to grow faster than anywhere else
A study from Research and Markets put forward a global forecast for the software-defined anything market to 2022.
Pi Datacenters & Suse team to bring cloud SDDC services to India
"SUSE and Pi Datacenters will leverage each other's strength in delivering next-generation data center and Cloud services to enterprises in India."
Telin Singapore hails Asia Pacific's first software-defined data center
"We are very pleased to be supporting the world's first software-defined data center based on a VMware Validated Design with Telin Singapore."
Dell survey showcases decision makers' data center preferences
Dell's State of IT Trends 2016 report paints a clear picture for data center operators as IT leaders realize the power of the data center.
Software-defined data centre technology taking the world by storm
"The research shows 93% of high-ranking executives believe the benefits of migration to virtualisation and the cloud are undeniable and quantifiable."
Software defined everything: The way of the future
"This growing need for network simplification in organisations will drive the global SDx market over the next four years."
Why the software defined data centre may not be right for you
Gartner is urging IT managers to get ready for the software defined data centre, but cautions that it isn’t the right option for everyone now.
The software defined data centre may not be right for your customer
Gartner says the future of data centres lies in software defined data centre, but is cautioning that it isn’t the right option for everyone now.