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    Red Hat released RHEV 3.3 this week, with features comparable to VMware and Microsoft. Does the open source hypervisor stand a chance in the market?

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  • RHEV proves to be a cost-effective alternative to vSphere

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  • New RHEV gears up to be serious contender

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  • ‘Oraclecare’ causes Sun burn; Red Hat posts beta

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  • Cashing in on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization capabilities

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  • Reviewing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops and SPICE

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