VMware license sales are driving significantly more sales of servers and storage, according to solution providers at VMworld 2008.
VMware partners aren't sure if the company's vision will end the era of the traditional operating system, as CEO Paul Maritz said at VMworld.
One week before VMworld 2008, Microsoft hosts its own Get Virtual Now event.
VMware's chief executive says Microsoft's poker chip campaign is an act of desperation.
New VMware CEO Paul Maritz briefly recognizes the company's co-founders during his VMworld 2008 keynote speech.
Microsoft gives VMworld attendees poker chips with the message, "Looking for your best bet? You won't find it with VMware."
To kick off Partner Day, VMware encouraged partners to take advantage of its channel programs, promising margins as high as 29% in some cases.
IBM, Cisco, HP, Symantec and others team up with VMware to offer channel partners additional benefits.
Just what VMware needs in the run-up to VMworld 2008: An explosive story about former CEO Diane Greene's ugly firing at the hands of chairman Joe Tucci.
The Microsoft vs. VMware battle heated up at VMworld 2008, as VMware said the traditional OS is a thing of the past and Microsoft countered with a guerrilla marketing campaign.
Serguei Beloussov discusses VMware's and Parallels' desktop virtualization strategies, and what the VMware vs. Microsoft fight means for Parallels and its partners.
NEC channel director Steve DeBonis says partners will play a big part in making North American customers more aware of the Japanese tech giant.
Ben Matheson, VMware's senior director of marketing, tells VMware partners what they can expect to learn at VMworld 2008 and Partner Day.
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VMware plans to pack a punch in 2009 with storage products that will support thin-provisioned datastores, iSCSI performance enhancements and storage resource management.
Cisco launches a new Ethernet switch, upgrades its Fibre Channel MDS directors and prepares to deliver virtual desktops over the WAN -- all with VMware in mind.
VMware and Microsoft are getting some IT shops thinking about building internal software services, or "clouds." For others, the concept of cloud computing is still ethereal.
An algorithm developed by IBM Research and delivered in a virtual appliance will reduce the amount of space consumed by virtual desktop deployments, regardless of storage system.
Maritz kicks off his first VMworld touting new features for cloud computing, desktop virtualization and the Virtual Datacenter Operating System (VDC-OS).
At VMworld 2008, the CEO can no longer ignore Microsoft.
With the hypervisor wars now in the past, VMware turns its attention to the Virtual Datacenter Operating System.
This was first published in September 2008