Monday, September 14, 2009

Managing Hyper-V with Citrix Essentials vs. Microsoft SCVMM

September 14, 2009 Published by

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Managing Hyper-V with Citrix Essentials vs. Microsoft SCVMM
Jason Kappel, Contributor

If you haven't heard of Hyper-V, you're going to hear much more in the next few months with the release of Windows Server 2008 R2 this past August. There's no better time than now for solutions providers to start thinking about how they can build services around managing, deploying and implementing Hyper-V.

Choosing a tool to manage the hypervisor can be a tricky task, but this article makes it easier for you to recommend a product by outlining the key differences between two popular virtualization management tools -- Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager and Citrix Essentials.

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