According to Computer Partner, Microsoft decided to drop Live Migration (their equivalent of VMware’s VMotion) from the upcoming Windows Server Virtualization (codename Viridian), on-line addition of storage and memory, and reduce the number of processors supported to 16 (down from 64 announced initially).
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I try to change the world, but that's work in progress. If you want to know me, google "Christophe de Dinechin". Keywords: concept programming, virtualization, OS design, programming languages, video games, 3D, modern physics. Some stuff I did that I'm proud of: the first "true" 3D game for the PC, HP's big iron virtualization, real-time test systems for car electronics, some of the best games for the HP48 calculator, a theory of physics that makes sense (at least to me). View all posts by Christophe de Dinechin