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Alessandro is at it again, keep checking his site for all news Virtual?

Microsoft opens Viridian technical preview to general public

By Alessandro Perilli

Just a couple of weeks after releasing Windows Server 2008 RC0 to TAP customers, Microsoft is ready to open the new build to general public. Since it includes a technical preview of upcoming Windows Server Virtualization (codename Viridian), this is the first time the new Microsoft hypervisor reaches such a wide audience.

Viridian adopts is a true bare-metal Virtual Machine Monitor (VMM) compared with existing Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1, using a 64bit microkernel not derived  from existing Windows kernel which takes only 1 MB space on disk (but requires Intel VT or AMD-V extensions enabled on physical CPU) and finally supporting 64bit virtual machines (check the architecture here).

Update: Despite the information provided, it seems Viridian can create Windows Server 2003 virtual machines with 8 vCPUs.    >>>>>>

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Posted on Friday, September 28, 2007 3:34 PM Real Cool Stuff , Microsoft Tips , VMware and other Virtualization tools | Back to top


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