VIRTUMANIA Episode 17: Hyper-V Dynamic Memory Is Not Over Commit
The VIRTUMANIA continues with Episode 17! Rick Vanover jumps in the co-host chair for me this episode. We are joined by special guests Ben Armstrong, Adam Fazio, and Brent Ozar. The following is the podcast summary:
VIRTUMANIA Podcast Episode 17 – Hyper-V Dynamic Memory Is Not Over Commit Hosted by Rich Brambley (@rbrambley) of VMETC with co host Rick Vanover (@rickvanover) of Rickatron.us. Guests include Ben Armstrong, Microsoft Virtualization Program Manager, (@virtualpcguy VirtualPCGuy Blog), Adam Fazio, Microsoft Consulting, (blog), and Brent Ozar (@brentO) of brentozar.com. This week’s show starts with some talk about the recent keynotes, demos, and sessions from the Microsoft TechEd 2010 conference in New Orleans, LA, but then quickly switches to an explanation of what the new Hyper-V Dynamic Memory feature really is, and more importantly, is not. Virtumania is an Infosmack Production.
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The following links offer more information on some of the topics mentioned in VIRTUMANIA Episode 17:
Microsoft TechEd US 2010
- Top 10 Developer Mistakes That Won’t Scale
- Hyper-V and Dynamic Memory in Depth
App-V for Servers
- Microsoft confirms an App-V for Servers in the work (virtualization.info)
- Microsoft Server App-V won’t arrive before Q2 2011 (virtualization.info)
- Next version of System Center will support Server App-V, Opalis orchestration and service modeling (virtualization.info)
- MMS 2010 Keynote demo(s) found here: http://www.mms-2010.com/public/home.aspx
- TechEd 2010 Day 1 Keynote: http://www.msteched.com/2010/NorthAmerica/Keynote01
Hyper-V Dynamic Memory
- Dynamic Memory Coming To Hyper-V (Microsoft Virtualization Team Blog)
- Hyper-V Dynamic Memory and Remote FX Demo – TechEd 2010 (technet blogs / tonyso)
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