New Website Helps Users “Trust in Your Cloud”

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By: David Davis Just launched last week, the new site www.TrustInYourCloud.com microsite is all about educating technical and non-technical users about cloud computing. It covers topics like: Public, private, and hybrid cloud Cloud security Cloud and Virtualization emerging technologies  Sponsored by VMware and VMware partners, including TrendMicro, HP TippingPoint, Loglogic, HyTrust, and Layer 7 Technologies, Read more...

Solutions Series by ReadWriteWeb

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By: David Davis Founded in 2003, ReadWriteWeb.com is today one of the most read technology blogs in the world. With its content syndicated by the New York Times and with it being ranked in the top 10 tech blogs in the world, when ReadWriteWeb launches a new section covering virtualization and cloud computing – it’s Read more...

How to Build Your Cloud: Register for the Ingram Micro Webinar Series

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By: Matt Sarrel A lot has been written about the advantages of cloud environments. The business case has been built around increased IT process flexibility as well as cost savings, and more. We’re all familiar with that level of cloud related instruction. Now it’s time to dig deeper into real world planning and implementation. Ingram Micro is holding Read more...

VMworld Vegas 2011 – That’s a Wrap!

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VMworld was quite a busy week for us, as it was for most VMworld attendees. With all of the big announcements and activities that took place, we wanted to do a quick recap of our social media coverage during the event. Breakout Sessions and Keynotes If you follow @vCloud and @VMwareSP, you probably noticed our Read more...

Introducing VMware vCloud Connector 1.5: Reliable Workload Transfer Between Private and Public Hybrid Clouds

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Earlier this year we introduced vCloud Connector 1.0 – a free product that users could download directly from the VMware website. Among other things, vCloud Connector 1.0 allowed vSphere Administrators to use their familiar vSphere client as a singepane-of-glass view across hybrid clouds and copy virtual machines, vApps, or VM templates between vSphere and vCloud Read more...