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VMware customers virtualise Exchange, steer clear of Oracle and SAP apps

From Computerworld UK

“Half of VMware's customer base is virtualising Microsoft Exchange and 65% virtualize SQL Server, but the majority of VMware customers are not virtualizing SAP and Oracle applications, according to survey data released by VMware.

VMware, which makes the most widely used x86 server virtualisation software, revealed the data to illustrate that virtualization is robust and secure enough for customers to place critical applications inside virtual machines. However, the results, based on a survey of 1,083 customers in the United States, Europe and Asia, also show there is still much room for growth when it comes to virtualising important business workloads.

While 65% of VMware customers who use Microsoft's SQL Server have virtualized at least one instance of the software...”

Read more at Computerworld UK

NCC Weekly News 4 October 2010



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