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kq4ym
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kq4ym,
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9/20/2017 | 9:01:28 AM
Re: VMware is everywhere!
Yes, it does seem the "trend" is to get ways to find lots of ways to mix and match the latest in technologies as companies, large and small search for ways to improve market share as the industry moves to multi-cloud and hybrid solutions in both proprietary and open source.
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9/13/2017 | 8:06:19 PM
Re: VMware is everywhere!
I don't think VMware sees any of the other players in the market as pure competition. They clearly see the value in working together. This is needed in a world that has many public, private and hybrid cloud options. 
mhhfive
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9/12/2017 | 1:41:46 PM
VMware is everywhere!
Wow. VMware is really partnering with just about everyone in the field. I wonder how long that can last? Is there any liability for VMware mixing it up with so many potential competitors? 
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