The open source scoop at VMworld 2008

The open source scoop at VMworld 2008

The open source scoop at VMworld 2008

Date: Sep 11, 2008
This video discusses Red Hat's and Novell's big news at VMworld 2008. Red Hat just purchased Qumaranet for $107 million, and Novell will emphasize interoperability with VMware and Hyper-V.

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