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Virtualization Market Now 'Mature,' Gartner Finds

Virtualization has been the biggest trend in the enterprise data center for over a decade. Now, however, new license revenues have plateaued, according to new research from Gartner.

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Charlie Babcock
Charlie Babcock,
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5/16/2016 | 4:44:05 PM
If VMware doesn't grow out, it will go up into the management stack
Gartner can tell us that  most of the servers that can be virtualized have already been virtualized. But it doesn't tell us if managing workloads through the vCenter Management Console is going to stay the dominant way of running an enterprise data center. VMware remains as a very strong presence inside the data center. Instead of expanding out, it can expand up the management stack and already done so with the likes of vOperations Manager.
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