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VMware users resist the switch to ESXi

There are several reasons VMware ESXi won't find ESX administrators in its welcoming committee -- read this article to find out why.

Why users say 'nay' to the big ESX-ESXi switch

By Eric Siebert, Contributor

 

Despite VMware's best efforts to phase out ESX, users are slow to adopt the slimmed-down ESXi hypervisor. Compounding the problem is that VMware sends mixed messages about ESX and provides customers little incentive to switch. This column explains the major differences between the two VMware hypervisors and why ESXi hasn't caught on.

 

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This was last published in June 2010

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