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Citrix Zen Server Vs. VMWARE server

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I was wondering why would someone want to use Citrix Zen server over VMware server. thanks!
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1.  Because you are committed to Citrix (the company) technology solutions
2.  Because XenServer has been optimized to give XenApp a performance advantage (according to Citrix)
3.  Because, for some really odd and strange reason, XenServer has been certified to run under Hyper-V to optimize the performance of XenApp under Hyper-V
4.  Because you like rooting for the underdog
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Not sure what happened there, but it seems some extra meta info got pasted and got visible only after I hit submit....
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