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Self-service Virtualization – Surgient Update with Dave Malcolm

Surgient HQ, Austin, Texas

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Over the past few months, I’ve seen an up-tick in announcements and mentions around Austin-based Surgient. I visited with them a little over a year ago to hear about their virtual lab management and hosting services. In the mean time, as we learn in the podcast, they’ve extended their product line to on-premise installs to help IT departments deliver self-service developer, QA, and other virtual labs.

Their motto, “Self-Service Virtualization Automation and Lab Management” is pretty damn descriptive.

If you’re interested in the overall virtualization market, it’s worth listening to Dave Malcolm, their CTO and Senior VP of Product Development.

Disclosure: While Surgient is not a client, we talk about several companies who are, like IBM and Microsoft. See the RedMonk client list for others mentioned.

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