Software-Defined Data Center

A Software-Defined Data Center architecture brings together compute, storage, networking virtualization and management offerings, a unified hybrid cloud lets you rapidly develop, automatically deliver and manage all of your enterprise applications, no matter where they reside, from one, unified platform.

VxRail 4.5 improvements with vSAN 6.6

VxRail 4.5 will see some drastic improvements with vSphere 6.5u1 and vSAN 6.6, when it goes GA this September 2017. This will bring a lot of features I have [...]

Dell EMC’s Azure Stack: Everything you need to know

Dell EMC has formally announced their Azure Stack Appliance this week. If you are not familiar with Azure Stack, it is an appliance developed by cooperative [...]

How to: Deploy OpenStack at home using DevStack

DevStack is an easy to deploy test platform for people who want to start playing with OpenStack but are not ready to do a full deployment. Over the years it [...]

EMC Federation Enterprise Hybrid Cloud on vSphere

I was looking into EMC's new Federation Enterprise Hybrid Cloud solution (EHC). This new solution takes advantage of powerful integration points that have [...]

StackEngine: The vCenter of Docker

For the past year, Docker and this idea of "containers" has taken off like wild fire. For those of you who are unaware, Docker is a tool that can package an [...]

Ubuntu meets Docker

Ubuntu has jumped on the Docker bandwagon with it's latest OS release called "Snappy Ubuntu Core". Snappy Ubuntu Core is a new rendition of Ubuntu with a mini [...]