VMware wants to reign supreme.
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By Bruce Hoard
VMware President and CEO Paul Maritz has bet the farm on cloud computing.
By Alan Maddison
One of the hottest virtualization markets to date is turning into a vendor free-for-all as a mixture of established and startup companies rush to stake their claims.
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VMware Go is a free, Web-based product initially released at VMworld 2009.
By Rick Vanover
VirtualBox users are out there and alive and well in the virtualization community -- so much so that the inaugural Virtumania podcast topic was the free type 2 hypervisor.
As Mel Brooks once declared -- and as more than one VMware employee has since crowed -- "It's good to be king."
By Jane Clabby
Catbird fills virtualization gaps, particularly in security and compliance.
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Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition is a cost-efficient addition to the IT arsenal.
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