What is the difference between vmware, redhat and citrix

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I’m searching the best platform for building cloud infrastructures. I’m searching solutions that transform our Datacenter into a dramatically simplified cloud computing infrastructure and to make our organization able to deliver the next generation of flexible and reliable IT services.

Which solution can I choose? VMware, Redhat or CITRIX? And Why?

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What is the difference between vmware, redhat and citrix

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Hello Morganne! If I were you, I would choose VMware because it is very capable in running  popular and in demand applications that performs well, which you can use for the platform for building cloud infrastructures. VMware is very reliable  because it is tested for it is the very first cloud operating system. I can say that it is risk free and secure. It is used by almost all organizations around the world. VMware has a lot of features and benefits  like advanced memory management, guest memory resources shares, hypervisor paging, unlimited storage virtualization and a lot more which Redhat and Citrix doesn't have these features. So all in all, I prefer VMware for the best result of r building cloud infrastructures. Good luck!

 

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What is the difference between vmware, redhat and citrix

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Hi…

VMware is software that runs on Windows environment and also in Linux environment. It is a virtualization software. It has an enterprise version than runs on servers that so not need any operating system software.

Red hat is a very popular operating system It Is a Linux base operating system. Today we have Red hat 6 as the latest version of Red hat operating system.

Citrix system is an also a virtualization software. It has separate technology areas such as networking and cloud computing. This system contains the Xen open source product.

So according to your requirements I think Citrix system is the best solution

Thank you… 

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