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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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There are advantages in leveraging existing investments in Microsoft .Net and other Microsoft technologies already used in your network. If the foundation of your virtual infrastructure is Windows Server 2012, then you are already using Microsoft .Net along with Hyper-V Manager. It comes down to the size of your deployment and need, but for a Microsoft house to consider moving its business to VMware means shouldering new costs to make the transition.

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