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One IT pro’s predictions for virtualization in 2012

January 2, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: DABCC

I don’t know about you, but virtualization has been on an exponential curve for me and my career. I first was exposed to virtualization 1999, and it was with VMware Workstation. From there, I’ve developed with almost every VMware product and expanded my virtualization prowess to Hyper-V and other technologies. Virtualization took off for me in 2007 when ESX 3 came into my responsibility set. Since then, life hasn’t been the same.

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