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  • itsalldonewithtech itsalldonewithtech Mar 28, 2013 9:26 AM Flag

    More BS by the press it turns out...Paypal NOT dumping VMW...so sick of journalist reporting in finance!

    VMware: PayPal not dumping company for OpenStack
    A VMware (VMW) executive yesterday posted a statement from PayPal (EBAY) on his blog outlining PayPal’s plans to pursue a hybrid cloud strategy. Nat Rajesh Natarajan, VP of Platform Engineering & Operations at PayPal, says: "PayPal is focused on delivering agile platforms that seamlessly scale across multiple cloud environments. Our initiative with OpenStack is intended to enable agility, innovation and choice. We’re not interested in a 'rip and replace' approach. In fact, this collaboration will help us utilize robust virtualization technologies such as VMware. They are a valued PayPal partner, and we intend to continue leveraging their core strengths in our cutting edge cloud environment." Reference Link

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • this people are not "journalists" they are thugs. julia borter wrote the article without first waiting on paypal to respond to her email. what journalist does that? and when she realized that Renski told whoppers she didn't have the integrity to republish the article.

      this people have ulterior motives and someone should investigate them

    • "....this collaboration will help us utilize robust virtualization technologies such as VMware...."

      The direct implication being OPENSTACK IS NOT A ROBUST VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY

 
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