Microsoft

The inherent problem with virtual desktops is:  Change. A change in the core principles that people have been using, arguably, since the Windows 3.11 for Workgroups days.  Processes have been fundamentally similar in a vast majority of private enterprise and home consumer computing for 20+ years.  Sure the technology has advanced, the graphics has gotten...
We’ve had a little secret here at NetApp for about a month now, and unfortunately, in order to align the associated PR, I’ve had to hold onto this news for the last two weeks.  I’ve tried to think of other topics to write about between my last and now, but this news has simply dominated...
Where Will the Hypervisors Be in Five Years?
So I’ve been thinking a lot lately.  I keep coming back to an idea I theorized a year or so ago, where eventually, as x86 servers have now become, hypervisors themselves will eventually become a commodity.  The theory extends around the idea that as we continue to abstract further up the stack, the hypervisors get...
I’ve just finished reading the newly published update to TR-3785.  This was an extensive (…extensive!) effort, tri-branded, from NetApp, Cisco, and VMware, to give you a real-life example scenario of how to deploy Microsoft’s “Big 3” in a robust, efficient, and flexible architecture. If you’re considering virtualizing your tier-1, mission critical apps, this is a...
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