All posts tagged HyperV

Release: DotNetPanel 2.8.1 And A Hyper-V Hosting Control Panel Module

DotNetPanel announced earlier this week the release of DotNetPanel 2.8.1 and the new Hyper-V module for creating, managing, and selling VPS accounts. Nearly two months in beta, hosting companies now have access to the first-ever Windows hosting control panel that uses Hyper-V technology.

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Microsoft Eats Own Hyper-V Dog Food, Deploys Homegrown Hypervisor In Its Global Datacenters (Video Interview)

At last week's GigaOM VIP reception, just before their Structure 08 conference, we bumped

Microsoft Shipping Hyper-V Tomorrow? (Update: Yes)

Does Microsoft intend to start shipping Hyper-V tomorrow?

Update: no official news out of Redmond just yet, but both ZDNet and NetworkWorld

Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager Updated, Now Supports Hyper-V

Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM), released in beta end of April, has been updated to enable it to function with Release Candidate 1

Jeff Woolsey and Scott Lowe Discuss Hyper-V

IT pro and virtualization expert Scott Lowe had an interesting discussion with Jeff Woolsey, Senior Program Manager for Hyper-V at Microsoft. Scott posted a summary

Microsoft Hyper-V RC1 Now Available Through Windows Update

A little over a week ago, Microsoft announced that Hyper-V (RC 1) was available through MS Download Center. The company has now let us know that the


Microsoft Publishes Guide for Testing Hyper-V and Failover Clustering

Microsoft has published a new 18-pages guide to setup virtual machines fail-over between two Hyper-V (now in Release Candidate 1) virtualization hosts. The step-by-step guide shows

Hyper-V RC1 Release Made Available on Microsoft Download Center

Taylor Brown of the Microsoft Hyper-V Test Team has formally announced the availability of Hyper-V RC1 on Microsoft Download Center in a post on the Windows Virtualization

Microsoft Management Summit 2008: Birth Of System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2008 Beta

At the Microsoft Management Summit 2008 in Las Vegas, the Redmond-based software giant released its virtualization management platform, now named System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008,


Microsoft Puts Forth System Management As Key Differentiator In Virtualization Technology

Microsoft is targeting system management as a way to differentiate itself from competitors in the virtualization market, the company reportedly stated today, as reported by PC

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