What Does VMware Mean to You?
IT Connection Blog by Jeremiah Caron
- VMware’s VMworld was a hit again, pulling in partners and customers alike
- The buzz around VMware is about much more than simple virtualization software
I did not attend last week’s VMworld in Las Vegas, hosted of course by VMware, the virtualization software market leader. I wish I had, though. While timing and location prevented my own pilgrimage, Current Analysis was very well represented as were a who’s who of technology-market partners and a robust contingent of IT executives and managers. The reason why this event has become so important for so many is simple, but also profound: Certainly VMware caught lightning in a bottle with its virtualization software, but the company is also leveraging this rather arcane solution as a platform to help solve myriad other IT problems, both with and without partner support. Read more of this post at http://bit.ly/NaC0WP
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