Monday, March 16, 2009

Microsoft vs. VMware cheat sheet

March 16, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Microsoft Hyper-V vs. VMware ESX

Use this cheat sheet to help decide which server virtualization hypervisor is best for your customers. The Microsoft vs. VMware battle isn't just hype any more. It's real, and your customers will be looking to you for guidance. These tips, tutorials and other features will give you the knowledge you need to be a trusted advisor.

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