CA, a vendor that made its name with tools for managing complex data centers long before virtualization became a household word, Tuesday will announce a group of products aimed squarely at the new-world data center and its growing ranks of virtual machines. Can CA convince customers that it's a knowledgeable and steady kind of Switzerland for virtualization tools, while VMware and Microsoft continue to throw marketplace slugs? Hewlett-Packard is taking a similar approach with success thus far. But it may not be easy.
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VMware Monday announced several moves of interest to enterprises using or considering thin client machines in conjunction with <a href="http://www.cio.com/topic/168354/Virtualization">virtualization</a>. The virtualization giant also served up new professional services offerings for enterprises rolling out thin clients and desktop virtualization.
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