Tag Archives: Hyper-V

How to make ESXi more like Hyper-V — funner!

Why should Hyper-V have all the fun? Continue reading

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Who needs a million IOPS for a single VM?

Microsoft tried to compare storage performance results from the upcoming Windows Hyper-V 3 with experiments from a year-old vSphere whitepaper that used completely different configurations — see what happens when similar configurations are used. Continue reading

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Hyper-V 3 Offers Unlimited Live Migrations — Kind of

The next version of Hyper-V, part of Windows Server 2012, purportedly performs “unlimited” concurrent live migrations. Continue reading

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3 CPUs and 12GB RAM is the New Tier-1 App

In what can only be regarded as a breakthrough in hypervisor performance technology, it is now possible to run tier-1 applications on minimal resources and without regard for high-availability of any kind! Continue reading

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Missing: “Private Clouds” at the MMS 2012 Hosted Cloud Pavilion

The “hosted private clouds” on display at MMS 2012 were based on shared infrastructure, making them public clouds in reality. Continue reading

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