At VMworld US 2018, a ESXi for ARM port was announced. Now at VMworld EU, the port was taken to its logical conclusion, running ESXi 6.8 on a Raspberry Pi.
Bob Plankers just went on one of the most important sojourns any IT pro can attempt: Finding the right mechanical keyboard.
Apple’s semiconductor design success has been underreported in the past. The company is trying to change that with the release of the iPad Pro using the A12X SoC. There’s good reason to focus on it.
While not part of our IT Origins series, we had to share this post from Jason Beshara, detailing how he went from a concrete cutter to a network engineer.
Chin-Fah Heoh illustrates one of the biggest unresolved issue in IoT and the emerging edge computing space: data security.
If you’ve heard about Cisco Tetration but haven’t really dug into the details, you should check out Katherine McNamara excellent introduction to Cisco’s workload discovery, protection, and security solution. Once you get through that, be sure to checkout the rest of her series on Tetration: Introduction to Tetration Application Mapping Host Profile Katherine McNamara comments: […]
You’ve got to hand it to Bloomberg. You’d think they might back off of anonymously-sourced stories involving server chips. But no, the publication is diving right in with a new report on the FPGA’s used on Microsoft’s Azure servers.
Like a lot of people in IT, Chin-Fah Heoh is coming to terms with what the OBM acquisition of Red Hat will mean. For him, it takes the open-source darling and pairs it with a “nonplussed tech giant” in IBM.
HipChat and Stride were already victims to the Atlassian chopping block. Now the company has announced the sale of their Jitsi videoconferencing tool to 8×8. The result is a leaner and more focused company.
HPE CEO Antonio Neri sees edge computing and intelligence as the keys to the company’s growth going forward.