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VMware Vs. Microsoft: 8 Cloud Battle Lines

How does the VMware vs. Microsoft cloud war stack up right now? We explore key areas.
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Business units that experimented with Hyper-V Manager because it was available as part of Windows Server 2012 are a solid win for Microsoft. Companies must assess their needs first, but if the goal is to minimize cost, and the cloud deployment needs match those of a typical small and midsize business, then the migration path to Hyper-V Manager is an easy one.

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