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Thin Clients, VDI and Linux integration from the front lines.... Raw and sometimes unedited notes based on my experiences with VMware, Thin Clients, Linux etc.

This Q&A from Alessandro is quite interesting from my point of view, but more importantly for this quote from Wes Wasson:

XenSource does not get any revenue from the underlying hypervisor, nor will Citrix. Our revenue will come from adding a compelling set of application delivery value propositions on top of the hypervisor, whether it is Xen or Viridian. The more successful Viridian is, the more opportunity Citrix will have to sell value-added application delivery offerings on top of this platform, much as we do today with Windows Server in the Terminal Services market.

XenSource acquisition Q&A with Simon Crosby and Wes Wasson

Biggest news after VMware IPO surely is XenSource acquisition by Citrix.

Leading one of the most popular open source projects ever, Xen, XenSource is a critical company to influence (in positive or negative ways) the free world community and the virtualization industry.

virtualization.info wanted to investigate how this acquisition may impact the market, and asked Simon Crosby, CTO at XenSource, and Wes Wasson, Corporate Vice President of WorldWide Marketing at Citrix, to answer ten questions about different topics, including Xen forking, commercial offering changes, partnerships agreements and support policy with VMware.

more at source...

Posted on Tuesday, August 21, 2007 8:38 AM Citrix , VMware and other Virtualization tools | Back to top


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