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Uptime is king. Virtual machines in business represent some workload, whether in whole or as part of an application or service. And we don’t ever want it to go down. Technologies such as VMotion and Live Migration included in vSphere and Hyper-V are our best friends when it comes to being able to flexibly move machines and their storage from place to place while keeping that moving machine up and running throughout.
So, what’s the real difference between how VMware does it and how Microsoft does it?
That’s the topic of today’s article in our “VMware or Microsoft?” series. My buddy Matt Hester gives you all the interesting details.
READ HIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE HERE