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  • One System Changing the Hyper-Converged Game

    As hyper-converged systems continue to grow in popularity, VMware has incorporated updates to their Virtual SAN storage to support adoption. Use this expert guide to explore vSAN 6.5's updates and features

  • All-Flash VSAN is Gaining Speed

    In this expert guide, read on to learn how VMware's VSAN became flash-friendly in their 6.2 hyper-converged software update, how customers are beginning to use all-flash on VSAN for high-performance workloads, and more.

  • How to pick between VDI vs. DaaS for desktop virtualization

    VDI and desktop as service (DaaS) each have their own place when it comes to desktop virtualization - depending on the use case. Compare both methods in terms of five central categories: management, control, security, performance and cost.

  • Compare virtual apps vs. virtual desktop deployment

    Virtualization: what's the best way to get it done? For some, the answer is virtual apps, for others it's desktop virtualization, and for others still it's a hybrid of the two. Continue reading this eGuide to learn what your best option might be for you.

  • Compare desktop virtualization options: VDI vs. DaaS

    The workforce today is tired of being chained to their desk, and is ready to move out into the world with mobile access. Continue reading this article for information on both VDI and Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) to learn which option may be the best for your organization based on security, control, cloud usage, and more.

  • Laying The Foundation for a Virtualized Network Infrastructure

    SDN, NFV and VNF: Don't get bogged down with these hot-topic terms. This expert guide discusses how and whether you should implement virtualized functions in your enterprise.

  • Understanding SDN Components and Where They're Being Implemented

    Download this expert e-guide for IT expert Andrew Froehlich's guidance on what SDN is, how the approach differs from NFV, and where SDN components are being implemented in current enterprise networks.

  • The Future of Multi-Cloud Management Is Upon Us

    This eGuide offers information on the development of a new cloud service system that hopes to provide a balance between allowing developers to work with their preferred platforms and having IT retain its ability to make security and policy decisions.

  • Take the Stress out of Managing Your Data Center IT Infrastructure, from the Simple and Complex Tasks

    This eGuide offers 10 of the best practices when it comes to managing IT assets, loading server resources onto rack spaces, configuring infrastructure or even handling IT support.

  • An Exploration of the Different Types of Cloud Computing

    Cloud computing may have become synonymous with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, but the term rightfully includes a broader range of vendors and technologies. This expert e-guide provides an in-depth exploration of the different types of cloud computing, so you can decide which cloud best suits your business.

  • The Role of System Management Tools in Your IT Environment

    This expert eGuide analyses which system management tools IT professionals find most effective for monitoring VMs and clouds. Also, learn more about the rise in shadow IT, which automation tools monitor application availability versus server availability, as well as the overall importance of these tools on your IT environment.

  • Adapting IT for Cloud Success

    Enabling line organizations to undertake IT projects on their own, cloud computing is pressuring IT professionals to rethink their approach to application deployment and IT resource planning. In this eGuide, find tips on how to adapt to the cloud environment and address security and compliance risks.

  • An Initiation into Infrastructure Automation Tools and Methods

    IT infrastructure automation without proper forethought, training and support only makes a small mess bigger. This expert e-guide provides tips and examples of how to use workflow orchestration, automated alerts, configuration management tools and more to successfully automate the IT infrastructure.

  • The¬†Importance of VM Monitoring Tools

    With native tools automatically included in hypervisors, many organizations are reluctant to invest in additional 3rd party VM monitoring tools. However, these tools often surpass the capabilities of native tools. Access now to find out why these additional tools are key to utilizing the full potential of your virtualization infrastructure.

  • How Does SDN Automation Work?

    While the DevOps style of application development requires rapid provisioning, scalable resources, and automated operations to flexibly deliver IT services, most methods can't scale to meet the demands of large data centers or complex distributed apps. Expert Lee Doyle explains how software-defined networking enables network automation.

  • Software-Defined Network Security: A 'No-Touch' Approach

    Despite its difficult-to-define nature, SDN security is an achievable goal if you can extend SDN's role beyond enhanced network capability. But to do this, a new touchless configuration policy may be necessary. In this expert e-guide, we discuss what it takes to make this "no-touch" approach a reality.

  • Microsegmentation Strategies for Smarter Security

    In this expert e-guide, we discuss the potential benefits of the microsegmentation approach to virtual networking. Discover why this security method is driving deployment momentum across enterprises and find out what questions you should be asking before you get started on your own transformation.

  • VMware Workspace One Undercuts Other Management Approaches

    The pricing of VMware Workspace One could have customers turning away from other management approaches. This e-guide takes a look at the pricing structure and feature capabilities of this Workspace platform and compares it to other approaches on the market.

  • VMware App Volumes Explained: The Inner Workings

    VMware App Volumes offers IT admins a way to deliver persistent applications from a non-persistent virtual desktop pool. In this exclusive resource, uncover how it all works. Read on to find out ways you can improve its use within your own environment.

  • Significant Updates Accompany VMware Workspace ONE Announcement

    With more people entering the age of the "digital workforce," companies are looking at ways to better enable their employees, giving them the flexibility, agility, and security to let them work wherever they choose. In this e-guide, learn how you can deliver digital workspaces with consumer simplicity and enterprise security.

  • Why the Software-Defined Data Center Is the Future of IT

    Today's IT must live on the cutting edge while keeping costs down. Find out how hyper-convergence lets you do just that.

  • FAQ: How You Get More With a Loyalty Program

    Loyalty programs help you preserve your existing investment in software and reduce overall cost. Learn more in this FAQ.

  • How to Transform Physical Desktops Into Virtual Workspaces

    All-in-one options allow IT to run your infrastructure easily. Learn how to simplify your IT and lower your Total Cost of Ownership.

  • Easy Desktop Virtualization: Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

    SMB IT needs desktop infrastructure up and running fast. Discover how to do it for offices as small as 25 end users.

  • FAQ: The Evolution of SDDC Building Blocks

    Organizations need to build out the core virtual infrastructure services required for SDDC. Learn how to get there fast.

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