Keep an eye out for changes in VMware’s public cloud strategy
In spite of increased competition coming from Microsoft, Citrix, Red Hat and Oracle, VMware still dominates the server virtualization market. That leadership position has extended into what has become known as the private cloud, an area where VMware is enjoying the benefits of more than a decade’s worth of hard work building a solid reputation for its hypervisor technology and creating a strong relationship with the administrators and architects of virtual data centers using VMware products.
With that kind of clout in the private cloud, how on earth could VMware possibly lose the public cloud race? How is it that Amazon Web Services (AWS) is giving the virtualization giant a run for its money? That seems to be one of the big questions coming out of the VMware Partner Exchange event in Las Vegas, concluded at the end of February.
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