Drew Kramer shows VMworld 2009 data center

Drew Kramer shows VMworld 2009 data center

Drew Kramer shows VMworld 2009 data center

Date: Sep 03, 2009
VMware's Drew Kramer shows off the massive virtualized data center that powers all of the hands-on lab sessions at VMworld 2009.

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