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VMware Debuts vSphere 4.1 in Major Cloud Push

VMware has come out with a significant update of its vSphere virtualization management technology. With version 4.1, the company is offering a dramatic increase in scale, doubling the number of resource pools it can manage.

VMware's vSphere 4.1 can manage as many as 3,000 virtual machines in a cluster, and delivers a performance boost of up to 25 percent per application. Server Watch has the details.


VMware Tuesday announced the release of VMware vSphere 4.1, the latest version of its virtualization management software, featuring a significant improvement in scalability and overall performance.

With vSphere 4.1 coming just one year after the release of vSphere 4.0, itself a big update, VMware (NYSE: VMW) is positioning the software to be the basis for a cloud infrastructure strategy, according to Bogomil Balkansky, vice president of marketing for the company.

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VMware Updates vSphere 4.1 for Massive Cloud Computing Scale