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Coming up: My chat with Marathon technologies; everRun VM to be hot topic!

I'll be chatting up with Jerry and others tomorrow at Marathonand we will walk through the trend of and the path of accepting the software appliance approach. Marathon is gaining a lot of traction and just like Vyatta, I think these guys are pzrt of the next big wave we should watch out for!

P.S: I will soon be writing an cool article on the next wave, something which I will call and maybe present in an upcoming keynote as the "CC 1.0" through "CC 4.0" phase, originally I wanted to do the Virtualization 5.0 through 8.0 but we may not be talking anymore about virtualization in the next decade. High availability, global delivery and high performance will be central.

We'll also be calling FastScale folks, I'll be chatting up with Lynn LeBlanc, CEO at FastScale.

Check out our previous interview with Jerry.


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