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  • Focus: Mobility, virtualisation and desktop

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, we share details of how mobility and virtualisation has helped organisations in the publishing and manufacturing industries meet their business objectives, while taking a look at some of the broader industry trends playing out in these technological areas.

  • VMworld Europe 2016: What to expect

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    VMworld Europe 2016 hits Barcelona in October, with VMware expected to announce new and refreshed products and services in support of its end-user computing and cloud strategy. In this e-guide, you'll find case studies featuring last year's winners, along with articles covering the technologies VMware looks set to champion at this year's event.

  • VMware Pulls vSAN 6.7 Deeper into vSphere

    Sponsored by: VMware and Intel

    Read this e-guide to learn how vSAN's tighter vSphere integration works, how the release differs from past releases of vSAN, and more granular information on the latest update from our SearchStorage.com Editorial Director Dave Raffo.

  • Total Cost Comparison: VMware vSphere vs. Microsoft Hyper-V

    Sponsored by: VMware, Inc.

    This white paper looks at how saving manpower hours with streamlining and automated processes can make a significant difference in the total cost of ownership between two different virtualization platforms.

  • RIM BlackBerry® Enterprise Server on VMware® Virtual Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: VMware, Inc.

    VMware and RIM have worked together over the past two-plus years to provide official support of Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) solutions on VMware virtual infrastructure. In this white paper, learn about the best practices for running BlackBerry® Enterprise Server on VMware® Infrastructure 3 or VMware vSphere™ 4.

  • Microsoft SQL Server and VMware Virtual Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: VMware and Intel

    You can virtualize SQL Server successfully using VMware Infrastructure. The vast majority of SQL Server deployments are good candidates for virtualization and can benefit from improvements offered by a virtualized infrastructure—such as improved management, availability, and scalability—thus reducing overall TCO.

  • Gateway Funding Trades Tape for Fast EVault Backups and Restores

    Sponsored by: i365, makers of Evault

    Gateway’s back-office IT operations help keep things running smoothly for the company’s customers and employees. As information became more abundant, the time came for them to shift to a virtualized environment. Read this case study to learn how.

  • The Tangible Value of Virtualization

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    Read this article to learn how Dell has developed adaptive power management and worked with VMware to develop ways to autonomically and proactively power-down underutilized systems during off-peak times.

  • Solutions Guide: Business Ready Configurations for Data Center Virtualization

    Sponsored by: Dell and VMware

    Business Ready Configurations for Virtualization are pre-configured, easy to order, bundled solutions that include Dell PowerEdge™ blade servers, Dell EqualLogic™ SAN, and VMware vSphere™. This white paper provides a detailed reference architecture for the Business Ready Configurations.

  • Networking Best Practices for VMware Infrastructure 3 on Dell PowerEdge Blade Servers

    Sponsored by: Dell and VMware

    This whitepaper provides an overview of the networking architecture for VMware Infrastructure 3 on Dell PowerEdge blade servers. It provides best practices for deploying and configuring your network in the VMware environment.

  • 5 Ways VMware vSphere Improves Backup and Recovery

    Sponsored by: Veeam Software

    VMware's latest enterprise-level hypervisor product suite, vSphere, includes many new features and technological enhancements over its predecessor, VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3). This white paper focuses on how VMware improved various storage technologies, how they relate to data backup and recovery, and more.

  • P2V Benefits: Moving Servers From the Physical to the Virtual World Cuts Costs, Saves Space and Parallels Green Initiatives

    Sponsored by: CDW Corporation

    Virtualization basically means inserting a software layer between your hardware and your operating system. This decouples the operating system from the hardware and allows you to run many operating systems at the same time on top of that same physical piece of hardware. Read this short paper to learn about the benefits of using virtual servers.

  • Protecting the Virtual Environment Using Auto-Snapshot Manager/VMware Edition

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    This Technical Report focuses on the installation, configuration and usage of Auto-Snapshot Manager/VMware™ Edition to obtain hypervisor aware snapshots and provide an additional layer of data protection for the Virtual Environment.

  • Inside the Dell Equallogic™ PS Series iSCSI Storage Arrays

    Sponsored by: Dell India

    Built on patented peer storage architecture, the Dell EqualLogic PS Series of Internet SCSI (iSCSI) storage arrays offer high performance, reliability, intelligent automation, and seamless virtualization of storage to enable simplified enterprise storage deployment and management, and comprehensive data protection.

  • 10GbE, Servers, Storage and Virtualization – Interoperability Review and Highlights

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    Organizations can benefit from the advantages of 10GbE, consolidation on Dell PowerEdge blade servers, and virtualization with VMware. By implementing 10GbE solutions, organizations can enjoy the economies they hoped to obtain by consolidating and virtualizing their server environment, along with increased performance, reliability, and security.

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