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8 Ways VMware Thinks It's Better Than Nutanix, Every Other Hyper-Converged Vendor

VMware's Chuck Hollis has had enough of the 'misleading' claims being spread by startups in the market and took to his blog to let world know why.

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Enough Is Enough

Chuck Hollis, chief strategist for VMware's storage and availability business, has had about enough of what he considers "misleading" claims being spread by Nutanix and other startups in the hyper-converged infrastructure market.

Hollis, in a recent blog post, didn't name the other hyper-converged vendors, so it's safe to assume that he's primarily talking about Nutanix, which hasn't been shy about its early success. Nutanix leads the global hyperconverged market after generating 52 percent of its overall revenue during the first half of 2014, IDC said in January.

But in Hollis' view, all Nutanix and other hyper-converged vendors have done is create "a software-based storage layer that eliminated the need for an external storage array." VMware's approach, Hollis said in the blog post, is much more comprehensive -- and better -- for customers.

Following are eight points Hollis raised in the blog post that could be a roadmap for how VMware plans to compete with Nutanix and other hyper-converged vendors in the future.

 
 
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