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VMware vSphere: Out of the Box and into the Clouds

Article Source Linux Magazine
April 27, 2009, 8:51 pm

As you’ve heard by now, VMware announced vSphere 4 last Tuesday. vSphere 4 is VMware’s Virtual Infrastructure latest incarnation and is a new contender in the cloud computing market. VMware has the majority of market share in the server virtualization marketplace but is a late arrival in the cloud computing space where Xen is master and KVM is making headway. Formerly known as VMware VI4, is vSphere just a name change or is it a game change?

Surprise! It’s both. And more.

 

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