Intel and VMware enable next-generation software-defined data center (SDDC), hybrid cloud, and virtualized enterprise workload solutions
VMware Virtual SAN* extends the value of virtualization by providing software-defined storage alongside new implementations from Intel and VMware.
VMware Virtual SAN* extends the value of virtualization by providing software-defined storage. Intel and VMware help pave the way to customer implementations of the software-defined data center and software-defined infrastructure.
Discover how Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) can transform your data center into an optimized cloud platform.
Mike Neil, Microsoft Corporate Vice President, shares Intel and Microsoft partnership and shared Cloud vision.
Explore hybrid cloud computing solutions built on Intel®-based technology.
Find out how to simplify delivery of your cloud services with Intel®-based technology. Learn the fundamentals of cloud computing, plan your solution, and decide on the technology you need.
The healthcare cloud infrastructure in place at Johnson & Johnson offers agility and improved healthcare outcomes.
The healthcare cloud infrastructure in place at Johnson & Johnson uses a software-defined hybrid cloud that is highly virtualized and scalable with security built in, offering agility and improved outcomes.Full View >
Johan Carlsson, CTO of ICT Services at Umeå University discusses their experiences and effective use of cloud computing in educational institutions.
Johan Carlsson, CTO of ICT Services at Umeå University discusses their experiences and effective use of cloud computing in educational institutions, including the considerable benefits gained through automated provisioning.Full View >
Monitoring hybrid cloud environments with ScienceLogic appliances based on Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Solid-State Drives
ScienceLogic delivers outstanding performance, scalability, and reliability for hybrid cloud monitoring appliances with Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Solid-State Drives
University of Michigan Advanced Research Computing is undergoing a data center transformation to deliver more flexible and responsive services.
Together, Intel and Yottabyte are empowering data center transformation at the University of Michigan Advanced Research Computing (ARC) to serve more researchers more quickly, securely, and cost-efficiently.