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Can Hyper-V Succeed In Heterogeneous Datacenters?
on Wed 2nd Jul 2008 19:28 UTC, submitted by
responded to a recent challenge
from Sun to answer
some serious questions about Hyper-V
â€" in particular, how Hyper-V can compete with Xen-based alternatives, and whether a Windows-only virtualization technology can hack it in today's increasingly heterogeneous datacenters.
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RE: Comment by MrEs
on Thu 3rd Jul 2008 02:17 UTC in reply to "
Comment by MrEs
I really think it's as simple as that, 'Microsoft shops' will use HyperV, where as 'Linux shops' will use Xen...
OK, but what about heterogeneous shops that use both Windows and Linux, and maybe even BSD and Solaris? These are the shops being addressed in the question, not shops that are commited to a single platform.
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