Essay 5.1

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Virtual Computing

There is a lot of competition with Microsoft and VMware solutions. It’s almost like a similar rivalry as in Ford versus Chevrolet or Joe Frazier versus Mahammad Ali in the bout of the century. Both are very competitive and defiantly have something to fear from one another. The battle for server virtualization and cloud computing markets is at hand and either entity is giving up without a fight.
VMware has been an extremely difficult company to beat when it comes to things such as stability, security and overall market share. Microsoft likes to show off its Heterogeneous hypervisor management capability where as VMware V Center lacks basic management functions for vSphere environments. VSphere host, resource pools and storage and networking are some examples. VMware also has an advantage over Microsoft by advising people that SCvMM requires vCenter Server to manage vSphere environments, which results in much higher cost and complex processes and procedures. VMare has had technology speak as its own voice while challenging Microsoft’s Hyper-V hypervisor which is becoming very competitive and becoming a new and rising threat in the server virtualization market. VMware solutions know that by now it is the time for them to act in order for them to maintain their competitive place in the market.
So Which one of these are better?
Bogomil Balkansky Vice president of product marketing, Virtualization and Cloud Platform at VMware product marketing, Virtualization and Cloud Platform at VMware states that vSphere wins because of the company’s big head start and track record of innovation. David Greschler Director of Virtualization strategy, server and Tools Business at Microsoft virtualization strategy, Server and Tools Business at Microsoft says Microsoft wins because of the virtualized environments ultimately span data center and cloud…...

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