Posts Tagged ‘ vFabric ’

Will VMware acquire SUSE to build a clone of Microsoft Azure?

September 21, 2010
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VMware may buy SUSE from Novell for a host of reasons, one of the most important of which may be that it gets access to Mono and thereby creates a .NET cloud to compete with Microsoft Azure. Paradoxically, we expect that Microsoft will want this to happen.

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VMware’s 5 Businesses and the “New Stack”

September 17, 2010
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VMware’s 5 Businesses and the “New Stack”

VMware dominates the enterprise virtualization platform business with vSphere, and is poised to create a vSphere compatible public cloud ecosystem around vCloud. Layering Management software on top of these platforms is a logical progression up the value stack, as is layering an applications platform (vFabric) on top of vSphere and vCloud. VMware’s end user computing…

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VMware positions for the future around vFabric and vCloud

September 3, 2010
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Looking in from 5000 miles (no I didn’t make it to VMworld this year), the two most significant announcements involved the consolidation of VMware’s bulging product lines into clearly-defined vFabric and vCloud strategies, which are respectively PaaS and IaaS plays that compete feature-wise with the established market leaders.

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The Big VMware Announcements at VMworld

September 1, 2010
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Yesterday at VMworld 2010, VMware, the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, introduced its cloud application platform strategy and solutions, a new focus upon end user computing as a service, a new cloud management solution, new security solutions, and the acquisitons of Integrien and TriCipher.

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