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SOLUTION ANALYSIS: Workspot’s cloud-native VDI broker deploys cloud desktops, apps and GPU workstations on Microsoft Azure in one day and simplifies VDI management with its single pane-of- glass approach.
VMware is continuing to add new services to its portfolio that help organizations manage and deploy containers with the Kubernetes container orchestration platform.
The second major release of Kubernetes in 2018 brings new dynamic kubelet management capabilities, as well as general availability for the IPVS load balancing feature.
IGEL enables enterprises to precisely control, with a single dashboard, all devices running IGEL OS as well as Windows OS from a single dashboard interface.
SOLUTION ANALYSIS: Santa Clara, Calif.-based Caspio enables non-technical business professionals to build custom web applications for capturing data, sharing information and automating business processes—quickly and at a fraction of the cost of conventional development methods.
Due to its alliance with AMD, IGEL now features AMD’s second-generation Embedded G-Series SoC in its UD3 virtual desktop products.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Speech recognition technology specialist Nuance Communications has developed virtual assistants designed to bring more efficiency to the chore of creating and updating Electronic Health Records.
By focusing on fonts, Microsoft has been able to find new ways to cut Windows Server Core containers down to size.
While containers are increasing Red Hat's focus, hypervisor-based virtualization is still a need for many enterprises.
With the new Omni platform, Apttus is taking its “middle office” concept to the next level including support from IBM’s Cloud and Max Proactive, which is a set of proactive artificial intelligence features designed to help enterprises manage their sales more effectively.
Google’s new n1-ultramem family designed for data analytics, enterprise resource planning, genomics research and other high-performance apps, company says.
VIDEO: Tom Corn, senior vice president and GM of security products at VMware, discusses how companies can create a least privilege model for improving cyber-security.