Monthly Archives: October 2008

So how important is LiveMigration/VMotion now?

One of Microsoft’s big marketing statements I’ve heard several times is that LiveMigration wasn’t that important since clients don’t change when they do work on hardware even with LiveMigration.   I’ll cover why this in depth on why this is a … Continue reading

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HP BL495c – Virtualization Blade?

HP finally came out with the official information on the heavy duty blade for use in VMware environments.   This blade for the c-Chassis is the BL495c which has 16 slots for Memory DIMMs and two AMD Opteron processors.   Its the … Continue reading

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Heeyyyyyy for da cool picture

Transitive software has a lower level of virtualization that VMware and Xen and Hyper-V don’t do today.  That is virtualizing the CPU layer with a full abstraction layer, not a pass thru approach using Ring 0/Ring 3 the way the … Continue reading

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