From ComputerWorld, "Q&A: Microsoft's Bob Muglia discusses virtualization plans" - http://www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/story/0,10801,102332,00.html
Also from ComputerWorld, "Sidebar: Under the Hood: The Soul of a Virtual Machine" (they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!) - http://www.computerworld.com/hardwaretopics/storage/story/0,10801,101243,00.html
From The Register, "Microsoft's Virtual Server to become a 'feature' in 2009" - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/06/08/ms_hypervisor_2009/
> (they say imitation is the sincerest form of
Sure, they're flattering the same author that you flatter. I was going to say they're flattering virtually the same author that you flatter, but that wouldn't work because he's really the same author. (Does this need a smiley? OK, here goes: Just Kiddering.)
What has me excited about this is how Microsoft plans to implement "hypervisor". I mean, I'm sure they could just extend Virtual Server 2005 and tie it into the OS... but I wonder if we'll get a new approach... like being able to virtualize services... Say I want to run my Exchange services virtualized, will hypervisor provision a server, run network access quarantine, and patch it? I blogged about this the other day here...
This has the potential to be a revolutionary new feature. I guess worst-case it will be better than Virtual Server 2005 (which is already a great tool).
Superb! (I wrote something else and then I read below that I aint supposed ter. So I deleted it.)
Where I found some docs about Windows failover cluster?
I have tried to use hyper-v but doesnt have to win 8 home ?