VMware vSphere delivers greater out-of-the-box VM density than Red Hat Virtualization
A third-party study shows that VMware® vSphere® 6.5 supports more virtual machines with out-of-the-box settings than Red Hat Virtualization 4.1.
Higher density, lower CapEx
The higher the VM density, the lower the per VM capital costs. This is a key advantage VMware vSphere provides to customers. Using advanced memory management VMware vSphere easily assigned more virtual memory to VMs than the total physical memory available. Red Hat Virtualization had trouble with this routine operation.
The study also showed that operators can rely on vSphere memory management to keep critical applications running even when hardware fails unexpectedly. Red Hat KVM struggled to keep VMs powered on and running. VMware vSphere worked without hesitation and without any admin tuning.
Read the entire article here, VMware vSphere delivers greater out-of-the-box VM density than Red Hat Virtualization
via the fine folks at VMware!