Tag: VMware

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Liveblog Broadcom/VMware: EU antitrust unit probing Broadcom

Liveblog Broadcom/VMware: EU antitrust unit probing Broadcom

In this blog, Techzine reports on the latest developments surrounding VMware's acquisition of Broadcom. April 16 - The European Commission has inquired about Broadcom's heavily modified VMware licences. This shows that Brussels is heeding the call by CIO organisations (see 29 March). A spokesper... Read more

date1 day ago
Nutanix CEO says many VMware customers will switch to Nutanix

Nutanix CEO says many VMware customers will switch to Nutanix

Nutanix's revenue rose to a record high last quarter, and it made a profit for the very first time. Nutanix is doing well, and expectations for the coming years look good. However, the success cannot be seen separated from Broadcom's acquisition of VMware. According to Rajiv Ramaswami, Nutanix's CE... Read more

date29 days ago
VMware fixes flaws in end-of-life versions of ESXi and Workstation

VMware fixes flaws in end-of-life versions of ESXi and Workstation

The vulnerabilities allow hackers to bypass sandbox and hypervisor protection. The problem is so critical that even end-of-life versions of ESXi, Workstation, Fusion, and Cloud Foundation are receiving a patch. A total of four vulnerabilities are affected. The affected VMware solutions are desig... Read more

date1 month ago
Broadcom is the boss at VMware and knows exactly how to optimize it

Broadcom is the boss at VMware and knows exactly how to optimize it

Broadcom took a rigorous approach after acquiring VMware. It didn't matter whether it was employees, customers, partners or products: everything got reorganized. VMware by Broadcom will be a much leaner optimized organization. Broadcom shows who's in charge and which way the company wants to go. We... Read more

date2 months ago
Microsoft brings Azure Virtual Desktop to on-prem

Microsoft brings Azure Virtual Desktop to on-prem

Azure Virtual Desktop is now also available for on-prem via Azure Stack HCI. In doing so, Microsoft is responding to the needs of customers in need of low latency and high compliance requirements for data residency. At the same time, it allows the tech giant to snatch users away from VMware and Cit... Read more

date2 months ago
VMware zero-day exploited since at least late 2021

VMware zero-day exploited since at least late 2021

A Chinese hacker group has been exploiting a zero-day in the vCenter Server since at least late 2021. The hackers managed to deploy backdoors on ESXi hosts through the vulnerability and leak data from organisations in critical sectors. Mandiant revealed that the perpetrator behind the cyber camp... Read more

date3 months ago
Most VMware CSPs to discontinue under Broadcom’s reign

Most VMware CSPs to discontinue under Broadcom’s reign

Drastic changes have been taking place since Broadcom completed its acquisition of VMware on November 22. The company plans to say goodbye to a huge number of customers, while partner programs are being discontinued without notice. Last week, it was revealed that a majority of VMware's CSPs are ... Read more

date3 months ago
VMware kills off perpetual licenses, only subscriptions remain

VMware kills off perpetual licenses, only subscriptions remain

Broadcom has taken another step in its reorganizing of VMware. The sales policy has been shaken up; as expected, the company will stop offering perpetual licenses. In the future, it will only be possible to purchase licenses in a subscription form. Right now, we're still waiting for those to become... Read more

date4 months ago
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