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Red Hat Jumps into Virtualization Fray

In the same week in which VMware started releasing parts of its Virtual Data Center Operating System (which Redmond magazine was all over back in December), Red Hat also threw its, um, hat into the virtualization ring. Keith Ward has that story with a much better hat reference here.

And if you're curious about VMware's overall strategy, be sure to check out Chris Wolf's take on RCPmag.com's sister site, VirtualizationReview.com.

Posted by Lee Pender on 02/25/2009 at 1:22 PM


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