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Virtualisation: VMworld sets the pace

This year's VMworld conference was all about evolutionary, rather than revolutionary, progress. Leslie Faughnan reports from Copenhagen

6th November, 2011
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As virtualisation in all its forms continues to sweep the world of ICT, VMware maintains its market dominance. That was certainly emphasised by the attendance of 7,000 people at its fourth VMworld annual gig in Copenhagen last month, which brought together partners, consultants, other vendors and a majority of genuine customers and users.

The product announcements and keynote addresses suggested evolutionary rather than revolutionary progress, with a strong emphasis on improved and simplified management of the...

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