Virtualization basics: What Hyper-V can do for Microsoft Dynamics AX solution performance and management

With the power of today's enterprise servers, Microsoft Dynamics AX customers are increasingly discovering that allocation of computing resources can change with the click of a mouse. Some days your group might run its work on a few machines, other days expand to 15, other days 30 or more. And though the "machines" that can support such flexibility are virtualized servers, the improved performance and other benefits are as real as the clock on the wall.

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About Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is a science and technology journalist, author and copywriter. Based in western Massachusetts, he's written for many top publications and about everything from IT to genomics to energy. He recently launched a business copywriting service and is the author of two nonfiction books about science, history and literature.

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