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VMware's stride towards mature and robust Virtualization

Paul thurrott said it pretty simple, something I have mentioned on several occasions, about why its VMware who will maintain the lead.

VMware offers another solution--one that, notably, also runs on non-Windows systems. The company also pointing out, rightfully, that VMware shipped its first hypervisor-based product about six years ago and has spent the intervening years improving its virtualization technologies with new product revisions and entirely new products, many of which are concerned with VM management, provisioning, and automatic resource allotment. VMware is, in other words, still at the forefront of virtualization today and is shipping the kind of products that Microsoft has yet to create, let alone ship to the public. What VMware is selling, really, is experience, reliability, stability, and the market penetration of an unmatched virtualization ecosystem.

While the market is wide open to any player, its the one who understands the exact needs of the market, is the one who'll come out the real winner.

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