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Dave Marshall, a self-professed 'virualization freak' writes about how VMware predicts the death of the OS. Well, sort of. over at the InfoWorld's Virtualization report. He had a chance to speak with Zane Adam, Sr. Director of Virtualization at Microsoft about the benefits of Hyper-V as a componentn of Windows Server 2008.
Citing how the advent of Hyper-V is changing the virtual arena in Microsoft Reaches for the Virtual Sky Keith Ward, editor of Virtualization Review Magazine, discusses how the System Center Virtual Machine Manager is playing a role in virtual infrastructure management.
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