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However big the move is for VMware and its cloud strategy, or for customers and their operations, Gartner's Colville says it could only be the first step. "DynamicOps comes with a whole lot of integrations," and watching how those are not just initially supported, but further developed will be the real key. In a way VMware, she says, is looking to commoditize a hardware layer and is looking to make its margins through the services and software management tools to keep customers coming back for more.
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