Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: Cheaper than VMware and Microsoft?
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"The chatter will involve Chuck Dubuque — a product
marketing manager at Red Hat. At the summit, Dubuque is expected to
describe how traditional customers typically spend about $5,000 to
$7,000 per server for virtualization, with Red Hat apparently
charging significantly less for RHEV.
"In many ways, Red Hat is an upstart in the virtualization
market. The company spent some time promoting RHEV in 2009, but a
more concerted effort — a sort of Virtualization Acceleration
push — will likely surface at Red Hat Summit 2010, according
to Red Hat Global Channel Chief Mark Enzweiler."