London, UK (PRWeb UK) March 24, 2009
Market research firm IDC forecasts the virtualisation services market will grow to $11.7 billion in 2011 with the ongoing transition of virtualization into the mainstream. Hardware virtualisation (VMware, Hyper-V, XenServer), application virtualisation (SoftGrid/App-V, Citrix, VMware ThinApp), and desktop virtualisation has been lead by VMware for jobs but we are also now seeing OS virtualisation on the increase. With two major players, Sun and Parallels now being joined by iCore Software we will see yet another rise and shift in virtualisation recruitment trends.
More employers are now recognizing the need for a new class of IT professional skilled in these technologies. Where do those companies turn? Mike Hilton one of the founders of VM People told PR Web: "Throughout the world companies now turn to VM People, The Virtualisation and Cloud Computing Job Board to enhance their search for talented virtualisation professionals".
VM People provides employers and recruiters with risk free, pay per applicant services. VM People is already working with some of the biggest industry players, including VMware, Veeam, Cisco and Vizioncore.
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