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IBM, VMware partnership simplifies cloud journey for businesses across industries

With many enterprises currently adopting multiple clouds, it’s clear that there is no one-size-fits-all cloud strategy. Enterprises want, and are investing in, the ability to have a seamless and consistent experience across their public, private and hybrid cloud services. That’s why in 2016, IBM and VMware set out to tackle a pressing industry challenge: extending […]

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Beyond scale: How IBM is accelerating enterprise cloud adoption

The enterprise cloud market is continuing to evolve, and the industry is growing beyond just infrastructure as a service. As The Wall Street Journal reported in July, global spending on information technology is expected to reach $3.5 trillion this year, up 2.4 percent from 2016, fueled in part by the rise of new cloud-enabled technologies […]

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How VMware and IBM offer choice with consistency

There are still questions about the strategic partnership between VMware and IBM announced back in February. Many centered around two things: How much IBM will invest to ensure this partnership can scale and provide real value to both existing and new customers, as well as how the partnership would fit into the IBM vision of […]

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IBM expands partner ecosystem for VMware users moving to the cloud

More and more organizations are moving their enterprise workloads to the cloud, but they don’t just get there through magic. Often, there’s a lot of expense and risk involved. Occasionally, entire IT operations have to be overhauled. It’s a big challenge. To face down that challenge, IBM and VMware joined forces earlier this year to […]

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The software defined datacenter

VMware wants to become the operating system for datacenters.

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Real-World VDI (Part 5): End-user computing, the vision – Horizon, AppBlast, Octopus, and Should I skip the VDI bubble?

As I said, the announcements at VMworld caused me to adjust my view of VMware’s end-user capabilities, but more important on VDI as a whole. I’ll try to cover this in more detail in future posts but let me outline it on a high level.

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Real-World VDI (Part 4): Rethinking my view of VMware’s user capabilities – the impact of VMware’s recent announcements

The announcements at VMworld caused me to adjust my view of VMware’s user capabilities and vision. So what did VMware announce and why will it impact the current pattern and future directions?

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IBM + conference booth = boring? Think again! Ten reasons why you want to come and visit the IBM Exhibition Stand at VMworld in Copenhagen

So, I admit it, you might not think we (IBM) are known for the most “violently exciting” booths in the exhibition world - typically without jugglers or magicians, or hired models handing out iPads and (badly) reciting technical scripts about respective technologies.

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