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vSphere Essentials + VMware Go Pro = Worry-Free IT Management for SMBs

In its early days, virtualization was seen as a luxury for IT departments. Sure, it would save you considerable money on hardware and utility costs and improve overall performance for your IT infrastructure—but there was also a significant upfront cost and technical training required to get it up and running. At that point, it was essentially limited to the IT 1%-ers (come on, it’s election season – grant us that one terrible analogy…).

After a while, virtualization evolved from a nice-to-have to a need-to-have; nearly every single Fortune 500 company, for example, had virtualized most or all of their infrastructure by the early 2010s. At this point, virtualization has emerged as a best practice in IT and nearly every single medium-to-large organization has gotten on board with it.

It’s just now, though, that many smaller and mid-sized organizations are beginning to embrace virtualization. As the market has evolved, the barrier to entry has dropped and cost-conscious SMBs are beginning to realize the potential of virtualization.

With that said, we realize that every dollar counts—and getting started with virtualization wasn’t always the easiest option in the past. With that in mind, we’ve made it even easier for SMBs to get started with virtualization: from now until December 15, VMware Go Pro will be bundled with vSphere Essentials and vSphere Essentials Plus.

That means that you can get use VMware Go Pro to greatly simplify and streamline your vSphere installation.  And Go Pro provides industry-leading patch management at no additional charge when you purchase vSphere. So what are you waiting for, sign up today!

Not convinced yet? Try a 30-day free trial of VMware Go Pro for free – no questions asked!

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