VMware Go eases virtualization for SMBs

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BANGALORE, INDIA: Virtualization solution provider VMware Inc. announced new features to its VMware Go.


VMware Go is a web-based service that provides small and medium businesses (SMBs) with an easy on-ramp to virtualizing their applications by automating the installation and configuration of hypervisor, VMware ESXi. With VMware Go.

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VMware Go was developed in partnership with Shavlik Technologies, an IT management software vendor.


VMware Go also has Collective Intelligence feature, which guides customer’s virtualization experience by aggregating user data to show virtualization best practices.

With Collective Intelligence, users can view what other users have done in each stage of the virtualization process so they can be more confident they are making the right virtualization decisions.

Manoj Yadevan, director, emerging business and products, VMware, said: “Along with the ability to seamlessly migrate virtual machines from VMware Server to VMware ESXi, the new Collective Intelligence guide for VMware Go makes it easier than ever to quickly realize the full benefits of VMware ESXi and enable SMBs to maximize limited IT resources in just hours or days.”