With the release of Dynamic Memory coming around the corner in 2011, the critics are starting to weigh in taking their shots at the architecture.
In his own special way, Eric has pointed out that the technology is not exactly as VMware does it, which is true. Whether it is for better or worse I guess will be seen. There will be a learning curve and experience will need to be gained on what workloads can efficiently utilize Dynamic Memory, but this is not a new concept to added features in technology. The bottom line is, from my testing, Dynamic Memory will efficiently allow for 20%-30% more VMs per host. With the addition of more VMs per host this equals real hard dollar savings in a time when business need to stretch their budgets.