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The Linux-based Azure Cloud Switch marks Microsoft's entry into open source SDN territory. Our analyst says SDN gets the win.
Two VMware engineers attempted to virtualize 100% of the workloads in an enterprise data center. This is a recap of the lessons they learned.
Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 includes Docker and containers support. Get details about containers' capabilities and the two varieties of containers in TP3.
It's the 6th year for the AR, VR, wearables, and IoT conference. We talked with organizer Ori Inbar about the theme of bringing superpowers to the people.
A cloud computing is a new paradigm that enables users to access applications, infrastructures and service resources by using thin clients at anytime and anywhere. Through, these p...
Green cloud computing is approach used to improve the utilization of computing resources those users are using in cloud computing network such as servers, storage, its applications...
Private clouds are doomed to fail, and OpenStack may not be the answer. Matt Asay explains.
Data centers are morphing into computing singularities, albeit large ones. Silicon photonics will hasten that process. The reason why begins with Moore's Law.
With the rapid development of software defined networking and network function virtualization, researchers have proposed a new cloud networking model called Network-as-a-Service (N...
Readers will deem most 2015 data-center predictions unremarkable. Conjecture about raised floors and commissioning certifications might be the possible exception.