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Slow your roll: VMware urges admins to apply workarounds to DoS-inducing 3D render vuln

Take your foot off the accelerator, admins told

Still holding out on Windows 10? Microsoft tempts upgrade with virtual desktop to Azure

Ignite Still great pals with Citrix, but users will find the Windows 7 offer enticing

Click your heels, um, mouse thrice and you've quickly got Ubuntu on Hyper-V in Win 10 Pro

Thumbs up for integrated clipboard, the rest... er, well...

VMware 'pressured' hotel to shut down tech event close to VMworld, IGEL sues resort giant

Mandalay Bay, restaurant hit with lawsuit after Las Vegas gathering axed mid-bite

Analysts gawp at network function virtualization through rose-tinted specs

$4,500 report tells us its gonna be huge by, er, 2022. No, really

It's 2018 – so, of course, VMware is touting open-source blockchain code, Internet-of-Things tools

VMworld US What's the virty giant up to now...

ESXi on Arm? Yes, ESXi on Arm. VMware teases bare-metal hypervisor for 64-bit Arm servers

VMworld US No, we're not pulling your leg

VMware AWS cloud goes down... under, launches in Asia-Pacific, touts devops-ish tools, etc

VMworld US Your quick announcement summary

All clouds rain into VMware's steadily swelling coffers

Everything's embiggening – just don't ask about the Dell split

Sysadmin sank IBM mainframe by going one VM too deep

Who, me? Tried to blame it on a bug, but logs don't lie

QEMU Qicks out release Qandidate, new Qadence for version 3.0.0

Some qode qleanup, some tweaks and also an arbitrary numbering thing

Desktop hypervisor fiends. Both of you. VMware's testing a new cut of Workstation

Complete with a REST API for automated amusement

Xen 4.11 debuts new ‘PVH’ guest type, for the sake of security

Take some paravirtualization, add hardware extensions and – voila – QEMU flies away

Google’s Android Emulator gains AMD and Hyper-V support

But Intel’s HAXM is still ‘Droid’s preferred hypervisor

Xen 4.11 is over a month late and its devs are mostly cool with that

Hardware hassles mean rc7 was needed, spark discussion about release cadence

VMware set to reveal blockchain, better app store, new AWS client

VMworld content catalogues are live and we’ve trawled ‘em

VMware scales its virtual switches to tackle NFV, old school networkers

Software-defined networks are getting serious, at scale

Wait, what? Citrix Receiver sessions run on crocked crypto!

Fixed now, as Receiver 4.12 for Windows deprecates unsound ciphers, if you want

VMware preps NSX network virtualization for smaller customers

Q1 2019 beats expectations, full-year guidance raised

VMware declares energy-guzzling blockchains 'immoral'

Virtzilla's annual innovation rally sees it express admiration for Adobe's SaaS transformation

Open Source MANO Release FOUR lands

Smaller feet, more monitoring, better interoperability

Red Hat's CloudForms to slum it by wrangling boring old VMs

Life's suite for hybrid infrastructure running under new RHV update

VMware to finally deliver full-function HTML5 vSphere client

It’ll only have been two-and-a-half years from launch to landing

Virtual desktops won’t save cash in clouds or on-prem. So why care?

Because they might save operational costs and improve security. If you do it right

Xen turns it up to 4.11 and shrinks itself to contain containers

New version turns Meltdown mitigation into a feature

Forking hell! VMware now has TWO current versions of vSphere

One for vSphere veterans, one for hybrid hipsters, plus a security surprise

Application publishing gets the WebAssembly treatment

Containerise apps to run in a browser, on anything. Annoy Citrix and VMware as you go

VMware vids revealing new vSphere vanish

Blink and you’ll have what missed what looks like a premature promo release

VMware’s end-user compute kit buffed with 2018’s tick-box options

Proactive fault-finding? Yup. Security alliance? Yup. CX checks? Yup. And an eloquent little licence change, too

VMware's cloud migration play beams down whole data centres

As Virtzilla-on-AWS lands in London and heads for the world

Open source XenServer project is go after crushing crowdcash call

First XCP-ng release, based on Xen Server 7.4's new GPU goodness, due March 31st

VMware's GM for networking and security jumps to Google

Veteran Jeff Jennings to get the band back together with VMware founder Diane Greene

You can survive the migration from Windows vCenter server

The promised land of VCSA – time to start packing

VMware might just have cracked the container market with NSX

Q4 and FY18 results beat expectations, with end-user compute starring

Microsoft to make Ubuntu a first-class guest under Hyper-V

And loads up the migration cannon to aim at VMware

Roses are red, violets are blue, VMware's made a new vSphere for you

Version 6.7 should land in Q2, may end support for older CPUs

Laggard Cisco stumbles over, puffing: 'HyperFlex now supports Hyper-V'

Version 3.0 scales up, shows some container love and promises validation

STOP! It's dangerous to upgrade to VMware 6.5 alone. Read this

Please don't be like the admin who failed to update PSC first

Have three WINEs this weekend, because WINE 3.0 has landed

Wine Is Not an Emulator Windows-on-POSIX software now handles Windows apps on Android

VMware’s NSX world domination plan advances with not-just-point release

Version 6.4 brings the NSX GUI to the vSphere client

Developer plots server virtualization comeback for XenServer

Plans open source revival of XCP, to go places Citrix won’t

VMware: New year, new job – you're fired

Updated Make like a virtual machine, and migrate out of here, small percentage of staff told

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