Tweet Update on the Virtualisation debacle: At long last Scott Drummonds from VMware has come to his senses and apologised in the VMware blog post: “I made a bad call. About a month and a half ago, I anonymously posted a YouTube video depicting a controversial test of Microsoft’s Hyper-V. The video was a bit hyperbolic […]
Tweet In case it was not already clear Enda over at the TechNet Ireland Blog has just posted an article on OCS virtualisation-friendly roles. Source: here
Tweet Hello, this is Bryon Surace. I’m a senior program manager on the Windows virtualization team at Microsoft. The recent announcement by AMD regarding the 6-core AMD Opteron processor (codenamed ‘Istanbul’) marks another milestone in AMD’s continued mission to create processors designed to provide performance, efficiency, and value. The newly announced 6-core AMD Opteron processor […]
Tweet VMware in early May alleged that there was a fault under the hood of Hyper-V, since this statement they have not been playing nice with Microsoft. The Microsoft Virtualisation Team is desperate to address any issues with Hyper-V by means of hotfix etc. but VMware have still not answered pleas from Jeff Woolsey (Principal […]
Tweet Recently published over at the Windows Virtualisation Team Blog… Hello – I’m Zane Adam, senior director of System Center and Virtualization marketing at Microsoft. I wanted to share some exciting news related to Microsoft’s virtualization and System Center offerings and HP’s Insight Control Suite for System Center. With the official release today of Insight […]
Tweet Well it just seems to keep heating up in the world of “who has the best hypervisor” (well I know, Hyper-V ehum) and Jeff has made another great post over at the Windows Virtualisation Blog.