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VMware has announced pricing changes for its flagship vSphere 5, but it may not be enough to stop a mass exodus.
VMware announced vSphere 5 yesterday, and Neowin covered the news, noting that the new version adds support for 32 virtual CPUs and 1 TB of RAM. However, the new pricing overshadowed the announcement and caused...
Hot on the heels of Microsoft announcing their new version of Hyper-V, which is due out with Windows 8, VMware has revealed their latest version of vSphere and is officially launching their "cloud infrastructure suite"...