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Microsoft keeps the pressure on VMware around its latest virtualization licensing changes

August 17, 2011 No Comments

After considerable outcry by its customers over proposed licensing changes, VMware recently backtracked and modified some of the new conditions it is introducing as part of its vSphere 5 virutalization product. But Microsoft officials are still finding fodder for vSphere licensing and pricing critiques — even after VMware’s latest updates.

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