Gabrie heeft part3 gepost.
In part 3 of this series, I want to shed a light on the difference between the types of Migration in ESX and Hyper-V and the differences in storage between the both of them. Although I think most of the readers know the differences, I will start with a brief summary.
- Hyper-V QuickMigration: When you want to move a running Virtual Machine from one host to another with as little downtime as possible, you can use QuickMigration. On host-A the VM will be suspended to disk, and then host-B will unsuspend the VM and run it.
- Hyper-V & ESX Cold Migration: Moving a VM that is not running, to different host and/or different storage.
- ESX VMotion: Moving of a running VM to a different host, without downtime.
- ESX Storage VMotion: Moving the disks of a VM to different storage without downtime (VM doesn’t move).
Lees de rest hier: http://www.gabesvirtualworld.com/?p=107
Gabrie heeft Part 2 gepost van zijn serie Hyper-v, not in my Datacenter.
After you installed your hypervisor you want to virtualize your physical servers on it. When doing the research for my presentation I was very surprised to find some strange limitations in which guest are supported with Hyper-V. Can you believe that not all Windows Server versions are supported? Well neither could I.
The guest OS support of Hyper-V:
- Windows 2000 Server is only supported with SP4 and 1 CPU.
- Windows 2003 Server is only supported with SP2 and 1 or 2 CPUs.
- Windows 2008 Server is supported with 1, 2 and 4 CPUs.
- and there is Linux support for SUSE Linux Server 10 sp1 / sp2 with only 1 CPU.
This does look quite reasonable at first glance, because these are current versions. True, but when looking at the ESX environment I work in now, we would not be able to virtualize as many servers as we have running on ESX right now
Part 2 vind je hier: http://www.gabesvirtualworld.com/?p=104#more-104
Gabrie van Zanten (www.gabesvirtualworld.com) is bezig met een serie over Hyper-V, not in my Datacenter.
I’ve written about Hyper-V and ESX is an objective view on how things are at the moment, but still it looks like the only thing I’m doing is Windows-bashing. I decided to dedicate a blog post to it, so everyone can find out for them self if my points are valid. The big question of my presentation is: “Which is better for my datacenter, Hyper-V or ESX?”.
I’m looking at both hypervisors to see which features they have that would make them suited for running in the datacenter discounting nice features that I would rarely use. Here we go…….
Part 1 kun je hier vinden: http://www.gabesvirtualworld.com/?p=103#more-103.
Uit betrouwbare bron heb ik vernomen, dat morgen Part 2 gepost gaat worden. Dus hou www.gabesvirtualworld.com in de gaten.