Hilarious series of polygraph videos with Microsoft employee under interrogation.
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Microsoft exec responds to VMware Hybrid Cloud. Heavily.
The length of the short list of Microsoft partners offering a huge Azure "appliance" is approaching zero.
Will a future version of the tepid Microsoft Surface tablet run a resurrected version of Windows NT?
The next version of Hyper-V, part of Windows Server 2012, purportedly performs "unlimited" concurrent live migrations.
It takes a lot more than a 16GB flash drive full of management products to deliver a production cloud.
Microsoft System Center private cloud campaign claims "Ready now." Is it?
Microsoft tipped their hand by announcing a plethora of beta products in 2011, left with little to announce this year at Microsoft Management Summit 2012.
System Center 2012 RTM planned for "2H CY11" -- can you feel the excitement?
The Microsoft Cloud Power billboard on Highway 101 is obscured by a construction project. See who won last week's caption contest.
Win a copy of the new VMware Workstation 8 by providing the best caption for a photo of the Microsoft Cloud Power billboard construction site.
Learn Microsoft's trick behind the claim that VMware vSphere costs as much as five times more than Hyper-V.
Some newcomers to virtualization don't know that VMware vSphere is the combination of VMware ESXi and vCenter Server. By launching a complete virtualization infrastructure platform, VMware can offer more advanced capabilities than the staggered Hyper-V releases from Microsoft.
At MMS 2011, Microsoft presented a fake demonstration of Hyper-V Dynamic Memory in a breakout session. But why?
What would it be like to see Steve Ballmer's MacBook Pro, where he uses Evernote to devise his latest Microsoft executive transition plans.
Last week VCritical hosted the vComeback Contest which received scores of responses. Now find out who the winners are!
Your pithy response to Microsoft's latest cloud billboard could win you a copy of Maximum vSphere in the first-ever vComeback Contest!
Bob Kelley, a Microsoft VP, recently made the claim that only 50 percent of all workloads will be virtualized. The rest of the industry clearly disagrees.
It makes for great drama to say that VMware will not allow Microsoft Virtualization to exhibit their latest product -- but it is not true.
So now it’s okay to just make up market share numbers? Last week Microsoft COO Kevin Turner made a shocking proclamation in this Dow Jones article: “We launched our first product in October of this past year. from then till now, we gained 24 points of market share against a very, very formidable competitor,” Turner […]
Unlike Storage VMotion from VMware, Quick Storage Migration requires a VM to suspend and be unavailable for a period of time, making it unsuitable for production.
Hyper-V is often downloaded to Windows Server systems that will never be used to run virtual machines. Making this an irrelevant metric for Hyper-V installed base figures.
Have you seen the new look of Microsoft Virtualization? Even though it’s new, it looks familiar to me for some reason. Here is a sample of the design: It makes me think of clean, but not clean as in save the earth with clean energy. More like scrubbing shower tile clean… Now that’s complete virtualization […]
The SVVP identifies VMware ESX releases that are supported by Microsoft. Customers are sometimes turned away unnecessarily due to lack of awareness.
In a failed effort to acknowledge viability of System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008, Microsoft is caught posting false comments on VCritical.
Hyper-V Linux guests (SUSE) do not yet have integration components or customization capabilities. Nor can you P2V a Linux system to Hyper-V.
System Center Virtual Machine Manager is limited to managing virtual machines (VMs). Claims that SCVMM can manage physical infrastructure are misleading.
Ever wonder what the salary difference is between an MCSE and a VCP? Here is one perspective: VCP $123,000 MCSE $66,000 View Larger Salary Graph
Initially, Hyper-V Server was sort of a mystery. Some kind of “bare metal hypervisor” that “is not Windows” sounded peculiar. Details were scarce. Some thought it would be like ESXi, a small-footprint design that can be embedded in a server via flash memory. As you know, it turned out to be nothing more than Windows […]