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Datacenter virtualization vs. the cloud

January 28, 2011 No Comments

I got a press release this morning from VMware that was touting the adoption of of vSphere as the virtualization technology of choice for the SMB user. Included in the press release, as usual,  were a few brief customer stories and the expected quotes from VMware executives and their business partners. The purpose of the release, I’m sure, was to raise my awareness of the success of vSphere in the SMB space, but what it actually achieved was to simply make me say “Wow. This really does seem to justify the adoption of cloud services by the SMB rather than investing in their own servers and virtualization.”

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