Best of VMworld Europe 2010 User Awards: Best of show

The best of show at VMworld Europe 2010 is also the best office virtualisation project, a lab that runs eight virtual ESX hosts and nearly 60 virtual machines on just one physical server.

 

Best of show

Best of show

Winner: vTARDIS (Transportable Awfully Revolutionary Data Centre of Invisible Servers)
IT project owner: Simon Gallagher
Winner of the best remote-office/home-office virtualisation project
What the judges said: "This is the kind of bonkers-crazy stuff that has made the virtualisation community the bedrock of innovation. The only limitation is people's imagination, and Gallagher's vTARDIS demonstrates imagination in spades."

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This was last published in October 2010

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