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Hyper-Converged is here, but what is next?


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Last week I was talking to a customer and they posed some interesting questions. What excites me in IT (why I work for VMware) and what is next for hyper-converged? I thought they were interesting questions and very relevant. I am guessing many customers have that same question (what is next for hyper-converged that is). They […]

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Success in Software-Defined Networking with Tieto

This is a guest blog post by Joni Leskinen and Marwan Semaan of Tieto, a vCloud Air Network Service Provider. The virtualization journey begun with the compute layer, then storage, and now, network virtualization. Network virtualization is the most important step in the journey, taking the step to maximize efficiency and cost reduction in IT, […]

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