That said, it's clear that the No. 1 reason an enterprise would prefer Oracle VM over the alternatives is because they have other Oracle products in the enterprise. Most other enterprises will stay within the familiar territory provided by its current virtual server software provider, despite the fact that Oracle boasts that its virtualization software is three times as efficient and a fraction of the cost of TCO than its competition. Oracle VM does not support Windows Server 2008 yet.
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