Date Added: Mar 2010
So one feels that already "Have the virtualization problem solved" for the company. One is using the VMware ESX hypervisor to consolidate some of the server workloads to reduce cost and gain efficiencies. And one is using VMware vCenter Server to manage the ESX hypervisors and the virtual machines running on them. Of course, most of the servers and desktops are running Microsoft Windows and Windows-based applications, but up until now one considered one's self a solid VMware shop. Why should one even bother considering trying out Hyper-V or examining any of the Microsoft System Center family of products?