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    just saw this article, and figured it would be worth posting in the new virtualization forum...

    VMware focusing on higher tolerance for hardware failure
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    VMWare wants to be the leader in virtual storage technology, but there are issues with performance and stability in all VM technology that need to be overcome first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDMurray
    VMWare wants to be the leader in virtual storage technology, but there are issues with performance and stability in all VM technology that need to be overcome first.

    seems like they are willing to spend some $$$ in R&D to remedy that. IT kinda further strengthens the point of 'virtualization is the wave of the future' topic.
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