Windows Server 8 is now Windows Server 2012. With it, Hyper-V gets big new features such as:
- Increase in cluster size from 16 nodes to 63.
- New VHDX virtual disk format increases disk size to 16TB, over 2TB
- SANless live migration
- More extensible/manageable vSwitch
- In-box, native NIC teaming
But are these and other new features enough to shift VMware customers over from vSphere to Hyper-V? Get the facts from Greg Shields, vExpert, MVP, CTP, of Concentrated Technology in this installment of VK.TV with VKernel Product Marketing Manager Alex Rosemblat.
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To learn more and to access the above webinar, please visit: Hyper-V 3.0: Should you Shift from VMware to Hyper-V?