VMware is holding the VMworld 2007 in San Francisco this weekend and whether or not you plan to attend, there's no escaping the catapulting popularity of virtualization. This tutorial provides tips and advice about how to take advantage of a growing trend that shows no signs of slowing down.
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Breaking away from the pack of VMware resellers
VMware vs. Xensource service offerings
Virtualization: Channel opportunities update
Windows Server 2008 virtualization: Preparing customers
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Virtualization's rising popularity is both a challenge and a perk for aspiring virtualization channel professionals. This tip by industry expert Chris Wolf tells you how the top VMware resellers set themselves apart from the competition.
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When it comes to partner programs, both VMware and Xensource offer opportunities and have some drawbacks. VMware is the current industry giant, thus enjoys brand recognition. But an up-and-coming offering, like Xensource, can present untapped opportunities. This tip by our site virtualization expert, Harley Stagner, gives you a compare and contrast between the business opportunities within both companies.
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As virtual capacities grow and businesses take more advantage of it, your customers' needs evolve as well. An ever-increasing remote workforce requires greater security and more storage virtualization capacity. With VMworld 2007 around the corner, we decided to ask our site experts about virtualization opportunities. In this Q &A, SearchSystemsChannel.com's panel of experts offer advice on how you can take advantage and grow your business opportunities.
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Windows Server 2008 virtualization technology promises simplicity, flexibility and ease. Microsoft will release the new operating system this fall and Windows Server Virtualization's (WSV) soon after. Learn more about this new virtualization product now and begin to assess whether it is right for your customers.