Wednesday, November 19, 2008

VMware's virtual data center: What it is and how it will affect the channel

November 19, 2008 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
VMware Virtual Datacenter OS aims for enterprise data center space
Dan Olds, Contributor

VMware's recently announced VDC-OS -- components of which will reach the market starting next year -- is ambitious with a capital "A". Virtual Datacenter OS isn't a discrete product -- it's really a collection of new features and capabilities, dressed up in a fashionable cloud computing suit and geared to appeal to the enterprise data center set. The goals are certainly aggressive, with VMware positioning Virtual Datacenter OS as the answer to almost all of today's enterprise data center ills.
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