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March 03, 2009

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William Vambenepe

I am not commenting on the acquisition rumor. On the other hand, I would like to comment on this part of your post, where you describe OVM:

"it is nothing more than a hypervisor. It’s akin to just having VMware ESX without any Virtual Center (Virtual Infrastructure 3) options available. Yes you can virtualize workloads on it, but you have no enterprise management."

Nice timing! On the same day that you posted this, Oracle announced the "Oracle VM Management Pack for Enterprise Manager". See this post for more:
http://stage.vambenepe.com/archives/589

Richard Jones

Thanks William. A perfect example of Murphy's Law. I had written the blog on the 2nd, reviewed with the team and posted on the 3rd and as a result completely missed the press announcement. I'll make updates.

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