TechTarget News - Week of Aug 24, 2014

VMware doubles down on software-defined data centers

VMware is going hard core to convince IT shops to move toward software-defined data centers and away from hardware-oriented data centers. But will its latest offerings debuting at VMworld this week make them true believers?

F5 BIG-IQ meets VMware NSX for L4-7 orchestration

Cloud architects can now automate the instantiation of F5 network services on VMware NSX networks through new F5 BIG-IP integration with NSX.

Datacentre operator Telecity’s CEO Michael Tobin resigns

Telecity’s CEO Michael Tobin will step down from the helm at the FTSE 250 datacentre provider on 31 October, after 10 years in the role

Government sees 820,000 voters register online

Over one million UK citizens have registered to vote over the last two months, with around 820,000 opting for a new online registration service

BDUK arrives on the Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight inaugurates its first rural fibre cabinet delivered by BDUK as the project finally crosses the Solent

Software-defined data centers pique IT’s interest

IT pros’ interest in software-defined data centers continues to grow as tools, such as VMware’s EVO:RAIL, offers IT an effective small business option.

VMware Project Meteor could corral skyrocketing VDI needs

VMware is looking to change the VDI equation by combining its CloudVolumes buy and new VM cloning technology into Project Meteor, plus other additions to compete with Citrix in the EUC market.

VMware aims to improve VDI graphics on Chromebooks

As VMware looks to compete with Citrix for EUC dominance, it's added a partnership with Google and Nvidia for Chromebooks graphics performance, and teamed up with Cortado for Horizon 6 printing.

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