The big players in the server virtualization market are vying for the hearts and minds of IT shops as well as the...
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Microsoft drops its fee for Virtual Server; VMware opens its disk format. The server virtualization market is rapidly commoditizing as Microsoft, VMware and open source startups jockey for position
VMware's Dan Chu discusses why his company decided to open up its core virtual machine disk format and how VMware hopes this will spur the development of virtual appliances.
Virtual Iron's newest version of its virtualization software adds Xen's hypervisor. Now the startup is talking tough and taking on market leader VMware.
XenSource, a startup fronted by the developers of virtualization software Xen, launched a new commercial offering that runs on Windows, after a failed attempt earlier this year.
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