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VM Convertor by Invirtus?

I thought we already had one by VMware. Some questions remain unanswered and I would first want them to be answered before asking for an evaluation:

  • Why didn't they address XenSource conversion?
  • VMware has it's oneway convertor+importer that has proven to do a great job (I've converted a lot of my prod boxes and pushed them into my development ESX 3.x environment and my bosses are suddenly looking like "Wooaah")
  • For all you know the VMware Converter too might be free, so there goes your "first-in-the-market" advantage.
  • Microsoft's Virtual Server is being shunned by the die-hard MS folks (OK rant'ish, but not mine)
  • I'll wait till Viridian arrives (Well by then VMware would have pulled the skirts off all the niebie virtualization ladies again with ESX 4, but nevermind)
  • Is it cheap or even free?
So I guess I'll wait. but if you can't wait and have sometime to kill, get it here.


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