Monthly Archives: June 2011 Eric Gray at (Hyper-) makes a common stance.

VS. Eric is at it again with his usual VMware frame of reference on what seemed to me as a two way opinion based article by a couple of contributors, Greg Shields and Eric Siebert.  I couldn’t resist and … Continue reading

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Recent Article: What To Do When Vendors Do Not Support Dynamic Memory?

Dynamic Memory is a welcome addition to Microsoft Hyper-V R2 Service Pack 1 (SP1), promising improved virtual memory allocation and increased virtual machine-to-host ratios. But as with any new feature, vendor support policies — such as application memory requirements — … Continue reading

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