VMware Inviting Users For Public Cloud Beta Testing

VMwareVMware is preparing to launch a new public cloud service and inviting its customers to participate in an exclusive private beta testing initiative prior to launch, Search Cloud Computing reports.

Beth Pariseau writes the cloud service will be based on VMware’s cloud products such as the vCloud director.

Under the evaluation beta, the VMware public cloud will cost four cents an hour per gigabyte on a random access memory server after a 90-day free trial.

Customers have no limit on the amount of time it can use the evaluation service, Pariseau writes.

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