TechNet Radio: (Part 2) Virtualization: Did You Know...

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Kevin Remde welcomes back Jeff Woolsey to the show for Part 2 of their three part “Virtualization: Did you Know…” series and in today’s episode they cover four more quick facts about Microsoft’s Virtualization solution.

  • [2:50] Did you know…”Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 supports twice the physical memory, twice the number of active VMs per host, and 32 times the maximum virtual disk size compared to vSphere 5.1 or 5.5”
  • [7:33] Did you know…”With Hyper-V, you can perform unlimited simultaneous live migrations?”
  • [11:44] DEMO – Live Migration
  • [14:53] Did you know…”Windows Server 2012 includes features like network and storage virtualization at no extra charge (unlike our competitors)?”
  • [22:04] Did you know…”The storage enhancements in Windows Server 2012 can help you reduce your high availability storage costs by almost half.”

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