The latest version of vSphere is now available to the masses, bringing major changes to the platform, but many suspect license woes could cause the company to lose droves of customers to Microsoft.
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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"...