Adaptive Infrastrcuture was a sharp lesson to HP.
Adaptive Infrastructure was meant to be the datacenter killer-app, the only problem was it meant you had to throw out what you had and start with brand new datacenters in an all-or-nothing change. The technology was good and it worked, but at a steep price in purchase and change. Whilst HP picked up a few big customers, they learned a lot from the majority of the market saying they'd rather adapt and grow what they had, which is why they are unlikely to push the new tools as competitiors to VMware or Scalent. If you look at their tools like OpenView or System Insight Manager, HP takes care to ensure it's tools are both inclusive and easily adaptible, so I expect will be Insight Dynamics - VSE. VSE on Integrity was necessary as there really wasn't an alternative product that could host all the OS's (hp-ux, Windows and Linux) in such a reliable and simple to implement manner (sorry, Xen fans, but I've played with both and Integrity Virtual Machines is better, and fits neatly into the HP management tools), especially given that HP aims IVM to host ServiceGuard clusters between VMs and HP always strive for 5 nines (99.999% planned uptime) with SG.
Just because you didn't get an invite to the launch party there's no need to sulk and throw insinuations of domineering aggression about! :P