VMware or Microsoft?–The Complete Quick List

The VMware or Microsoft blog series has come to an end, for now.  Below is the complete list of posts for your convenience.  You’ll find lots of great information and you can never be too informed when making decisions that affect the company and services you support.

  1. Series Introduction
  2. What is a “Purpose-Built Hypervisor?
  3. Simplified Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 Host Patching = Greater Security and More Uptime
  4. Reducing VMware Storage Costs WITH Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces
  5. Does size really matter?
  6. Let’s talk certifications!
  7. Virtual Processor Scheduling
  8. FREE Zero Downtime Patch Management
  9. Agentless Protection
  10. Site to Site Disaster Recovery with HRM
  11. Destination: VMWorld
  12. Get the “Scoop” on Hyper-V during VMworld
  13. VMWorld: Key Keynote Notes
  14. VMWorld: Did you know that there is no extra charge?
  15. VMWorld: A Memo to IT Leadership
  16. Moving Live Virtual Machines, Same But Different
  17. Not All Memory Management is Equal
  18. Can I get an app with that?
  19. Deploying Naked Servers
  20. Automated Server Workload Balancing
  21. Thoughts on VMWorld
  22. Shopping for Private Clouds
  23. Dynamic Storage Management in Private Clouds
  24. Replaceable? or Extensible? What kind of virtual switch do you want?
  25. Offloading your Storage
  26. VDI: A Look at Supportability and More!
  27. Agentless Backup for Virtual Environments
  28. How robust is your availability?
  29. VM Guest Operating System Support
  30. How to license Windows Server VMs
  31. Comparing vSphere 5.5 and Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V At-A-Glance
  32. Evaluating Hyper-V Network Virtualization as an alternative to VMware NSX
  33. Automation is the Key to Happiness
  34. Comparing Microsoft’s Public Cloud to VMware’s Public Cloud
  35. What does AVAILABILITY mean in YOUR cloud?
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