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In today’s article in the “Why Windows Server 2012 R2” series, I’d like to show off a new feature in Hyper-V; something I like to call the “Replica Replica”. “Huh?” As many of you know, Microsoft introduced a new, powerful tool for your disaster recover (DR) tool belt called Hyper-V Replica back in Windows Server … Continue reading The “Replica Replica” in Hyper-V
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http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmWhat’s on your shopping list for your datacenter? What do you need to run the business you’re supporting? What capabilities do you wish you had? Is your goal to provide a dynamic, scalable, cost-efficient “software driven datacenter”? The list of what we want to provide can get long and complex. Even if we simply the … Continue reading VMware or Microsoft?–Shopping for Private Clouds
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Today in our series “VMware or Microsoft?”, we leverage an awesome opportunity to promote our products and give away some good stuff during the VMworld Conference. Check out Matt Hester’s blog post today for more details.