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Thin Clients, VDI and Linux integration from the front lines.... Raw and sometimes unedited notes based on my experiences with VMware, Thin Clients, Linux etc.

from virtualization.info:  
Well this clearly looks like it is vindicating some of the comments from Brian Madden's site that Hypervisors will become a commodity, and what will clearly differentiate will be the Management Tools for Virtual Machines.

Microsoft Hyper-V is the final name for codename Viridian

Monday, November 12, 2007   |   0 Comments

With an unexpected announce Microsoft opens TechEd IT Forum 2007 in Barcellona revealing that final name for codename Virdian will be Hyper-V.

Tentative name used so far, Windows Server Virtualization (WSV) is now definitively dropped.

With the new name Microsoft also reveals that Hyper-V will be released as a stand-alone product as well as a feature for every Windows Server 2008 64bit edition.

Difference between these packages is that Hyper-V stand-alone will load a Windows Server 2008 Core edition into its parent partition, and will be bundled with OEM servers from Dell, HP, IBM and others at the price of $28. Other versions instead will load a fully featured version of the OS.

After several different and confusing messages, now Microsoft finally states that first beta of Hyper-V will be released at the of end of January 2008.

more at source... virtualization.info: Microsoft Hyper-V is the final name for codename Viridian

Posted on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 10:28 AM IT Management , Microsoft Tips , VMware and other Virtualization tools | Back to top


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