Virtual Server 2005; no threat to VMware say analysts

There is some consensus among analysts that VMWare is not threatened by Microsoft's new Virtual Server. While it costs less than VMware's server virtualization products, it doesn't officially support operating systems other than Windows, such as Linux.

There is some consensus among analysts that VMWare is not threatened by Microsoft's new Virtual Server. While it costs less than VMware's server virtualization products, it doesn't officially support operating systems other than Windows, such as Linux. Forrester's Frank Gillett says that as a result, companies should consider using VMware and Virtual Server, and let application requirements, price, and overall value rule. "Firms shouldn't get suckered into a feature function and pricing shootout

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