An incredible summary from my good friend, Craig Allen
You may think that EMC and Microsoft are bitter competitors, and you may be right because in some areas they do fiercely compete. But more often than not, the two companies work together to solve customer problems with joint solutions from both sides. Even with competing products, overlapping functionality, and differences in approach, it is the customer who ultimately drives the decision. That decision is rarely a one sided architecture. Most often we see a blend of technologies from both EMC and Microsoft that come together to solve business issues and initiatives.
Microsoft has competitive technologies, guidance, and solutions in several areas. EMC has a different set of direction and federation partners.
Such examples are:
- Windows Azure public cloud services – These services compete directly against VMware vCHS public cloud services.
- Microsoft’s Azure started off as PaaS (Platform as a Service) with providing custom .NET application hosting and SQL…
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