Days after VMworld 2012 ends, Microsoft will launch Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V 3 virtualization. You can sense a vSphere 5 vs. Hyper-V 3 showdown is coming. And in some cases, the battle has already started. Just ask FyrSoft, a Microsoft solutions provider that migrated Pella Corp. from VMware to Hyper-V. Is this the start of a growing trend?
Before The VAR Guy answers that question let’s take a look at the project.
Pella, a window and door manufacturer, had been a VMware customer since around 2004, and virtualized about 85 percent of its Windows Servers by 2008. Over the years, Microsoft had pitched Hyper-V a few times to Pella. By December 2011, Pella started to believe Hyper-V was finally ready for prime time.
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