Here’s a heads up on another interesting article I found over in the TechNet Wiki. This one is by Microsoft Partner Kristian Nese and it talks about Dynamic Optimization and Power Optimization in SCVMM 2012:
VMM brought us a lot of new stuff. We will take a closer look at the optimization options this time. We have ‘Dynamic Optimization’ and ‘Power Optimization’.
To support dynamic optimization, you must have a well configured cluster that also supports live migration. For power optimization, the computers must have a baseboard management controller (BMC) that enables out-of-band management. (Power optimization is an optional feature of dynamic optimization). So what`s the benefits here, and why should you care?
The answer is short: Server utilization….
You can continue reading Kristian’s article here.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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