The terrain of hypervisor land – a four-part podcast series

By: amiej

February 24, 2012 12:30 pm





When it comes to hypervisors, understanding the lay of the land can be quite a complex process due to the variety of proprietary and open source tools. Additionally, the entire market is evolving at a rapid pace, so it can be quite a challenge to keep up.  To get a handle on recent developments, Network World Editor in Chief John Dix moderated a panel of experts to assess where we are today and where we’re going. The experts included Al Gillen, an IDC analyst who tracks virtualization developments; Kerry Kim, director of solutions marketing at SUSE; and Adam Jollans, program director of IBM’s Linux and Open Virtualization Strategy.

The terrain of hypervisor land – part 1 of 4


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