System Center Virtual Machine Manager is the product I am working on. It is a management application for IT Pros to manage the explosion of virtual machines we see coming. It's currently in Beta, and you can sign up for it using these directions.
One of the "roadmap" questions IT Pros want to know is - where is virtualization going? The answer is Windows Server Virtualization, a feature of Longhorn Server x64editions.
What's the difference between Virtual Server 2005 R2 and Windows Server Virtualization?
Virtual Server 2005 R2
Windows Server virtualization
Yes, up to 8 processor VMs
VM memory support?
3.6 GB per VM
More than 32 GB per VM
Hot add memory/processors?
Hot add storage/networking?
Can be managed by System Center Virtual Machine Manager?
Number of running VMs?
More than 64. As many as hardware will allow.
MMC 3.0 Interface
Confused about where Microsoft is taking their virtualization technology? Want to know the difference between what they offer today versus tomorrow? Tony Soper created a quick overview chart to see just that as he explains some of the differences between
When working with these labs, people who have heard about the hypervisor integration
usually ask what...
Virtual Server FAQhttp://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/virtualserver/evaluation/virtualizationfaq.mspx...
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