How VMware's Free Hands-On Labs Boost Virtualization Know-How

Arraya Insights| November 3, 2016

If you’re in the market for some practical experience with the latest in virtualization technology, look no further than VMware’s Hands-on Labs. These labs let you get your hands dirty working with solutions in categories such as SDDC (software defined data center), hybrid cloud, and end user computing. As for cost, Hands-on Labs should fit […]

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6 Reasons Windows Server 2016 Has Hyper-V Fans Excited

Arraya Insights| September 8, 2016

Microsoft’s Ignite conference is fast approaching and with it comes the release of the company’s latest server OS, Windows Server 2016. Between the new security features and the cloud-readiness, there are plenty of reasons for folks in IT to be excited about the impending release. Hyper-V admins in particular have a lot to look forward […]

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Recapping VMworld Day 2

Arraya Insights| August 31, 2016

  The second day of VMworld 2016 has come and gone. However, we have some business to take care of before we can officially say goodbye to day two of VMware’s conference. So let’s check in with a member of our virtualization team (who will be onsite all week) and get his thoughts on some […]

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Recapping Day 1 of VMworld

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  Thousands of attendees from around the world converged on Las Vegas yesterday to kick off VMworld 2016. Taking center stage during the company’s annual four-day conference will be its latest virtualization and cloud innovations. Unable to make it to this year’s event? Arraya has you covered. A member of our virtualization practice will be […]

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Why You Need to Schedule a vSphere Health Check Today

Arraya Insights| August 16, 2016

Static, stationary, inactive – it’s doubtful any of these terms describe your organization’s vSphere deployment. In actuality, hosts and virtual machines are always on the move, with some changes occurring as often as daily. The ripple effects of these movements can be felt across IT environments and organizations as a whole and can make it […]

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What Arraya’s 3 Free VMware Assessments Can Do for You

Arraya Insights| July 28, 2016

With tech upgrades, there’s no such thing as too much information. More information allows IT leaders to better assess whether a solution meets their needs – in terms of technology, the business, and the budget. More information, better decisions is the guiding principle behind the trio of free VMware assessments Arraya Solutions offers. These assessments […]

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VMware's NSX News: Explore the New Use Cases & Features

Arraya Insights| May 23, 2016

Businesses building towards the software-defined data center (SDDC) take note: VMware has rolled out a new tiered-licensing model for NSX, its network virtualization platform. The idea behind  this change is increased flexibility. By offering three tiers, each building off the last, VMware has allowed customers to invest in the NSX version that makes the most […]

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A Brief Guide to VMware's Latest End User Computing Updates

Arraya Insights| April 21, 2016

End user computing from VMware looks a little different lately. The virtualization leader recently announced a host of new releases, reorganizations, and renames coming to its line of end user computing products. Let’s take a closer look at some of the biggest updates impacting VMware’s end user computing sphere and what these changes mean for […]

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7 Reasons Now is the Time to Upgrade to vSphere Enterprise Plus

Arraya Insights| April 11, 2016

VMware recently released a few dates concerning its vSphere family of products. If your business makes use of any of those tools and the following dates aren’t marked on your calendar, you’ll likely want to add them ASAP. Date Why It’s Noteworthy March 31, 2016 All versions of vSphere Enterprise and vSphere with Operations Management […]

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What Microsoft's New Azure Update Can Do For Your VMware VMs

Arraya Insights| March 30, 2016

Microsoft just made protecting VMware virtual machines (VMs) in the Azure cloud as seamless as possible – and it did so while lowering cost of ownership and improving manageability. Those are some of the takeaways from a recent announcement by the tech giant concerning the enhanced VMware-to-Azure functionality that has come to Azure Site Recovery […]