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Is VMware Losing Customers with Broadcom Buy Imminent? Surveys Say Yes
End users fear Broadcom will raise VMware prices. So, they’re looking to leave, say ShapeBlue and VergeIO. Is VMware losing customers? As the 25-year-old virtualization and cloud computing company anticipates new ownership by the end of next month, two new surveys indicate the answer is a resounding yes. On Tuesday, cloud integrator ShapeBlue and data center software provider VergeIO released separate data citing end-user uncertainty around the imminent Broadcom–VMware combination. Both companies’ customers fear VMware pricing will soar with Broadcom in charge, and they predict Broadcom will push VMware only to focus on large organizations.
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eChannelNews talks to VergeIO CEO, Yan Ness, about IOfortify
VergeIO, the Ultraconverged Infrastructure (UCI) company, introduced a groundbreaking solution for ransomware protection – IOfortify. This latest innovation combines robust security; unlimited, unchangeable clones; and rapid, complete recovery to fortify data integrity and provide users with true peace of mind. – Julian Lee, President TechnoPlanet
IOfortify Covered by Blocks and Files
Enterprise or MSP tenants of a VergeIO datacenter run VMs in software-defined hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) combining compute, storage, and networking. VergeIO calls this “ultraconverged” infrastructure. The VergeOS controlling software presents these nodes to tenants and protects the VMs, meaning systems, applications, and files. Immutable clones are made, globally deduplicated and stored, then used as the basis for recovery in the event of ransomware attacks. — Chris Mellor, Editor
StorageNewsLetter Publishes VergeIO’s CEO, Yan Ness Reflections on 2022
Learn Why We Think:
• Acquisitions cause angst
• Staffing gaps were exacerbated
• The cloud is expensive at scale
Storage Newsletter Publishes Verge CEO’s 2023 Predictions
VergeIO (Yan Ness, CEO)Mass digitization still accelerating (and will continue to do so) Computing will be more and more distributed Capital constraints will continue, and CIOs will seek more cost controls Complexity will come to a head for public cloud (big one)
Storage Newsletter: George Crump new CMO at VergeIO
Storage Newsletter reports on industry veteran George Crump joining VergeIO as Chief Marketing Officer
Blocks and Files Reports on George Crump Joining as CMO
Chris Mellor reports on George Crump joining VergeIO as Chief Marketing Officer
Our Founder talks with Darren Pulsipher of Intel
Our Founder and CTO Greg Campbell talks with Darren Pulsipher of Intel about VergeIO. They talk about how VergeIO is the Easy Button for Private Clouds. OpenStack and VMWare are now too complex and too expensive to deploy and operate. They also talk about how…
VMBlog interviews our CEO on how VergeIO compares to hyperconvergence.
VMBlog, an Industry leading blog on virtualization interviewed Yan Ness our CEO. They talk about how VergeIO compares to hyperconvergence. VergeIO is one thing so there’s nothing to converge.