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Nerval's Lobster (2598977) writes "Linux vendors Red Hat and SUSE are pushing to make sure Linux-based virtual machines are an important part of datacenter-based hybrid clouds. The two are taking significantly different tacks toward the same destination, however. SUSE is using the visibility and cloud hype of VMware by extending its partnership with the virtualization provider to promote its SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for VMware as an alternative operating system for virtual machines running on VMware’s vCloud Hybrid Service. Red Hat is happy to include VMware in its plans, but isn’t limiting itself either to VMware-based clouds or, in fact, the idea that a Linux vendor has to tag along with a cloud- or virtualization developer to find its place in mixed infrastructures. “We do not buy into the premise that a private or a hybrid platform based on one vendor’s technologies and products is the answer,” wrote Bryan Che, general manager of Red Hat’s Cloud Business Unit. More than 25 percent of customers want clouds or datacenter infrastructures using virtualization products from more than one vendor, according to a buyers’ guide published in August by market researcher IDC."
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