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Hyper-V vs. vSphere: Understanding the Differences

For years, there has been a feature battle between VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V. In general, vSphere has won the feature battle, although Hyper-V is certainly no slouch; the product can hold its own. Although vSphere’s superiority remains largely in place today, the feature gap will ultimately shrink and Hyper-V will become a “good enough” solution for more and more organizations.

Is your organization on the fence?  Are you a VMware shop that has been asked to introduce Hyper-V into the environment?  Are you unsure about the good and bad, or where these products overlap or diverge? 

If so, this is the whitepaper for you.  By reading this paper, you will be introduced to key features in both products and get exposed to the feature deltas that may exist between these two solutions.

Don't wait, download Hyper-V vs. vSphere: Understanding the Differences to get even more educated on where things are today.

Published Friday, April 19, 2013 8:35 AM by David Marshall
Jaroslav Prodelal - April 21, 2013 6:52 PM

Document is outdated. VMware vSphere is now version 5.1 and there is e.g. no vRAM entitlement. Even more Hyper-V now in version 3.0 is much better than v2.0.

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