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In the context of virtualization and virtual machines, I think it’s safe to say that memory management is important. Efficiently allocating and/or recovering memory to/from virtual machines addresses several important questions, such as:
Smart Memory management for virtual machines helps to address those problems. And of course, VMware (in vSphere) and Microsoft (in Hyper-V) tackle them in very interesting ways. And some of those ways are more useful than others.
In today’s article in our “VMware or Microsoft?” series, my friend Dan “IT Pro Guru” Stolts gives us a great rundown of how memory management works in Hyper-V, and then compares and contrasts it to how it works in vSphere.
READ HIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE HERE
Happy Labor Day!
“Hey Kevin, why are you working today? Isn’t it a holiday?”
I’m not working today. I’ve set up this article to publish (go live) today. I wrote this on Sunday, so that’s okay.