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Fed-Up VMware Fires Back At Microsoft’s Virtualization Trash Talk

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VMware, which for years has ignored Microsoft’s persistent trash talking about its virtualization products, is finally fighting back.

VMware’s "Get The Facts" Website, launched recently with the stated mission of counteracting "Microsoft Hyperbole," features rebuttals to several of Microsoft’s oft-voiced criticisms.

"When it comes to virtualization and cloud infrastructure, VMware’s competitors are playing catch-up, often making bold unsubstantiated claims," VMware says on the Website. "Check out the facts for yourself and learn how Microsoft’s marketing fluff falls short of reality."

In addition to touting its vMotion live migration feature as five times faster than Microsoft’s, VMware kicks sand at the software giant’s latest server virtualization update. "Hyper-V R3 will still fall short of vSphere 5 in critical areas like virtual security, storage management and business continuity," VMware said.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Fed-Up VMware Fires Back At Microsoft’s Virtualization Trash Talk- CRN.in

     

 

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