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In tandem with the start of its VMworld conference, VMware (VMW -0.2%) is introducing upgrades...

In tandem with the start of its VMworld conference, VMware (VMW -0.2%) is introducing upgrades to its vSphere virtualization platform and vCloud cloud management suite. vSphere, which has ditched a DRAM-based license fee structure that gave rivals Microsoft (MSFT) and Citrix (CTXS) an opening, now includes more advanced networking and data protection capabilities, and vCloud now promises the ability to provision "virtual data centers" featuring thousands of virtual servers.
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  • GaltMachine
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    "vCloud now promises the ability to provision "virtual data centers" featuring thousands of virtual servers."

     

    That's a powerful vision. Very good for corporate America and SMB's if this is reality and not vaporware.
    27 Aug 2012, 01:12 PM Reply Like
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