Thursday, 1st July 2010, 16:34:31
New features have been announced for VMware Go, giving small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) even easier virtualisation set-up.
Customers that have already created virtual machines will now be able to access the more scalable ESXi platform without wasting the effort that they have expended creating and fine tuning their existing systems.
Meanwhile, Collective Intelligence will give users ideas of what other organisations are doing, providing them with a best practices guide.
Manoj Jayadevan, director of emerging business and products at VMware, said: "With the new features of VMware Go, we're providing the easiest on-ramp to virtualisation for SMBs - at no additional cost.
"Along with the ability to seamlessly migrate virtual machines from VMware Server to ESXi, the new Collective Intelligence guide for VMware Go makes it easier than ever to quickly realise the full benefits of ESXi and enable SMBs to maximise limited IT resources in just hours or days."
VMware recently announced that it has worked with HP to produce integrated storage, desktop and connectivity solutions.
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