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How do you know that the application you want to run on a virtualized machine is actually supported to run on a virtual machine?
“You ask the vendor?”
Which vendor? The virtualization vendor or the application vendor?
It’s definitely a good idea to do that. But there are some things to know, and, quite frankly, there’s a little mis-information out there.
In today’s article in our “VMware or Microsoft?” series my friend Matt Hester gives you the whole truth.
READ HIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE HERE