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Difference between Citrix and VMWare

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What is the difference between Citrix and VMWare.  Which is better?  or when to use one or the other?

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citrix is not currently good for datacenter deployment its a good desktop virtualization sollution
vmware esx/vsphere is for datacenter simple
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