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VMware Kills vRAM Licensing, Will Focus On vSphere Cloud Bundles

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    VMware Kills vRAM Licensing, Will Focus On vSphere Cloud Bundles





    VMware is discontinuing an unpopular server virtualization-licensing program and will focus on marketing vSphere and its other cloud computing products as a unified stack, CRN has learned.

    In its upcoming release of vSphere 5.1, VMware is getting rid of vRAM entitlements, which debuted with vSphere 5 and determine how much memory customers are permitted to allocate to virtual machines on the host, according to sources familiar with VMware's plans.

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    Now whether this is in response to the original uproar that vRam caused or someone is brown trousering over the new hyper-v features is anyones guess.
     
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