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Where is Virtualization and the Cloud Headed in 2011? A VMblog Prediction Series


It's that time of year again.  As we near the end of 2010, we like to try and take a look into the future to see where the industry is headed. is back for its third annual Virtualization and Cloud Prediction Series.

Are you curious to hear where virtualization and cloud company executives believe the industry is headed in 2011?  If so, this is the series for you.

Following up on the last two successful prediction series -  "Prediction 2009: The Future of Virtualization" and "Prediction 2010: The Future of Virtualization and Cloud" -  VMblog is once again asking virtualization and cloud computing executives to offer up their "prediction" and explain where they believe the industry is headed in 2011. 

There are many niche areas within both virtualization and the cloud.  And this series will attempt to take a look at all aspects of those technologies... with the help of course from industry executives. 

Last year's 2010 Prediction Series gave us quite a bit to think about.  And with everything that has happened with the virtualization market growth explosion, and cloud computing coming into its own this year, 2011 is shaping up to be quite adventurous for everyone involved.

Equally interesting will be to read what company executives think about their own niche market next year and then find out how right or how wrong they were.  We can't predict the future, but it sure will be fun trying.

We all have our own opinions about where things are headed.  But now, it's time to see what other's are thinking and how it compares to our own beliefs.

I hope you enjoy the 2011 Virtualization and Cloud Prediction Series.  VMblog will be posting these executive thoughts and predictions throughout the remainder of the year. 


Published Monday, November 08, 2010 5:00 AM by David Marshall
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