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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

GPU teleportation: 2018’s first virtual pissing match

Citrix and VMware are both close to allowing live migration of NVIDIA-powered VMs

VMware: Sure, you might run our stuff on bare-metal Azure, but we don't have to like it

Imaginary server biz gets super salty, outs Cisco, NetApp

Xen Project says new version 4.10 has found balance between security and novelty

Splendid isolation for VMs, and a hand for ARM servers

VMware adds management to its Cloud Foundation

vRealize brings workload definition and movement across your bit barn or public cloud

VMware UK boss quits 'suddenly' – sources

Wants to lead a 'Phull-er' life

Delphix sends database virtualization sailing up the Amazon

AWS RDS instances get virty to cut cloudy storage costs

Citrix cracks Windows Store's monopoly on Windows 10 S apps

Receiver comes to the Store, to pipe apps and desktops into Windows-lite for Schools

VMware crushes another quarter, with help from $100m DXC deal

Lift and shift to the cloud is harder than you think, and that makes vSphere sticky

VMware-on-AWS bulks up, fails in (good) new ways and even lets you reserve a table

Virtzilla's new cloudy release cadence gets an airing

Microsoft postpones VMware-on-Azure details release by two weeks

What's Redmond got to hide? Or clear with lawyers?

VMware refuses to support its wares running in Azure

Who is Microsoft's mystery partner? We think it's a hyperconverged player

Xen Project's plan after AWS goes KVM: Talk up embedded future

Update AWS changes its tune, multi-hypervisor plan is its future

Microsoft to run VMware on Azure, on bare metal. Repeat. Microsoft to run VMware on Azure.

VMware-certified partners will help as Redmond also starts vSphere-to-Azure migrations

VMware open sources VR overlay for vSphere

VIDEOS vMotion becomes vThrowing in scenes resembling 1997's Unicenter TNG from CA

Citrix promises to transform by doing more of the same

More cloud, more integration and more security is new CEO Henshall's plan

VMware begins new vSphere beta, but not for a big bang upgrade

Virtzilla's turning the continuous integration crank for vSphere on AWS

Countdown starts for new Xen hypervisor release

RC1 for Xen 4.10 is upon us, so get testing, hyper-hipsters

Citrix endorses tool that lets vSphere manage XenServer

In Citrix's world, you'd do this to leave vSphere. In the real world? This is silo-saving

Be my guest, be my guest, at a hypervisor hacking fest

Xen pins seven bugs to the card, all with guests doing nasty things to hosts

Nutanix launches VMware-to-Acropolis migration tool

Migrating VMs isn't a dark art and vSphere users are sticky, but Nutanix is having a crack

Nested virtualization comes to Google's cloud

Not just for Inception fans: This is how you cloudify tricky-to-migrate workloads

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