VMware Tantrum Shows It’s Not Connecting With Cloud Buyers or Sellers
The cloud computing world witnessed a hissy fit last week, as reported in aCRN article from the VMware Partner Exchange. Two specific statements stirred up a hornet’s nest of commentary. I want to discuss those statements—but, rather than solely focus on the gossip and chatter they’ve caused, I’d like to explore what they imply for this new world of cloud computing.
First off, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said this: "We want to own corporate workload. We all lose if they end up in these commodity public clouds. We want to extend our franchise from the private cloud into the public cloud and uniquely enable our customers with the benefits of both. Own the corporate workload now and forever."
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, VMware Tantrum Shows It’s Not Connecting With Cloud Buyers or Sellers- CIO.com – Virtualization