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 — can limit the benefits. 

My recent article gives tips on how you can educate yourself in order to utilize Dynamic Memory and still maximize your virtualization investment with minimal risk for your vendor applications.

Click HERE to read the tip.


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