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vSphere: vSphere (formerly VMware Infrastructure 4) is VMware's cloud computing virtualization operating system. (Source: Wikipedia)

How Microsoft’s Hyper-V Stands Up Against VMware’s vSphere

Section: Research
Since the debut of the company in 1999, the name VMware has been synonymous with "virtualization”. But just like in any area of business, once the path has been blazed, other companies create their own offerings.   Microsoft’s solution to virtualization, Hyper-V, first appeared in Microsoft Server 2008. Since then Hyper-V has become the primary competitor of VMware and their product vSphere.   The term "virtualization” ha ...   read more

FlexPod: The shared infrastructure solution devised by Cisco, NetApp and VMware

Section: Articles
Cisco and NetApp have announced plans to accelerate the market momentum of the FlexPod converged infrastructure solution. FlexPod has now been taken up by 1,000 customers globally and the adoption rate has grown by around 400 percent in the nine months to April. In late 2010 Cisco, NetApp and VMware teamed up to create Fle ...   read more