Parallels aims bare-metal virtualization hypervisor at cloud computing market

Parallels goes up against VMware and Citrix in the bare-metal virtualization market with its new Parallels Server 4 Bare Metal hypervisor, which targets hosting providers.

Parallels has released a bare-metal virtualization hypervisor designed for hosting provider customers and partners in the cloud computing market.

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The Parallels Server 4 Bare Metal hypervisor offers strong computing power, but it lacks some of the advanced features that VMware, Citrix Systems and other virtualization vendors include in their hypervisors.

In this edition of This Week in Virtualization, learn more about Parallels' bare-metal virtualization play. There's also news about the latest version of VMware Site Recovery Manager.

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