Linked by David Adams on Wed 2nd Jul 2008 19:28 UTC, submitted by snydeq
Internet & Networking Microsoft has responded to a recent challenge from Sun to answer some serious questions about Hyper-V " 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[2]: Comment by MrEs
by bert64 on Thu 3rd Jul 2008 08:41 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by MrEs"
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It's likely that shops with both windows and linux will use vmware if they need it's features, or xen because it's free. I don't really see a place for Hyper-V anywhere that's not totally locked in to microsoft... It's not tried and tested like the other products, it has a large footprint and will cost more than xen.
Not even sure if it offers much above vmware's free products either.

The only places that will use it, are those who are locked to 100% microsoft and cant/wont touch anything else.

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RE[3]: Comment by MrEs
by MSandLinuxandMACsuck on Thu 3rd Jul 2008 14:32 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by MrEs"
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I have not tested it but it has a larger footprint? Oy. More myths to debunk. I run it on Server 2008 Core config and it has hardly any footprint.

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