Virtualization basics: Choosing between the strengths of Hyper-V and VMWare

For many companies and solution architects, the argument for virtualization in a Dynamics environment is a solid one. As this series has covered for Dynamics AX and for Dynamics CRM, add virtual machines (aka instances) to a computing environment without adding physical boxes has become an invaluable tool and part of standard operating procedure in many organizations.

For at least some IT goals - such as increasing a system's robustness and enabling it to handle big influxes of connections and system usage - the need for a hypervisor isn't really the question. The question is which one.


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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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