Virtualization Shootout: Hyper-V vs. ESX Server 3.5Commented on: 6 years ago
(July 15, 2008)
Why publish this article on the same month as the final release of Hyper-V? A fairer comparison could have been made using a non-beta release next month. I agree with xyvyx that the performance...
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