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Today Microsoft delivered the Hyper-V release candidate (RC) code broadly to customers and partners. This is a key milestone signaling that Microsoft is on track to deliver Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V virtualization by August 2008.
Hyper-V RC is a feature-complete version and has three main enhancements from the beta release:
The release candidate provides updated, near-final code that customers and partners can download at http://microsoft.com/Hyper-V to begin planning and testing the end deployment scenarios.
With less than 10% of all servers virtualized, Microsoft has a broad set of cost-effective products (spanning the desktop to the datacenter) that position the company to take advantage of significant growth opportunities in the virtualization space. Hyper-V provides customers with efficient and cost-effective virtualization infrastructure software, and now with the availability of the latest test code, Microsoft is one step closer to making virtualization a reality for customers.
For more information on the announcement visit:
Windows Server Division Weblog
Windows Virtualization Team Blog
System Center Team Blog
Information about Microsoft virtualization technologies and solutions is available here: www.microsoft.com/virtualization.
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Did I hit this a little too early? The press release and Hyper-V links aren't working.
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Upgraded my XP VM from VPC 2007 and it's smooth and fast; eating just 2-3% CPU. Doesn't seem to see the full resolution of my monitor though.
We're going to roll this out to the lab now that it can support XP SP3 and Vista SP1. It's looking to be a real champ.
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Bron: Microsoft.com In de laatste patch ronde was er een update bij die bij veel systemen voor problemen
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