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MSDN e TechNet "Powered by Hyper-V"

I server Web sono quelli che maggiormente si prestano ad essere virtualizzati, e vedere che Microsoft in prima persona utilizza Hyper-V su siti di punta come MSDN e TechNet (in previsione di che è attualmente in fase di test) fa capire come questa tecnologia, anche se ancora in Release Candidate, sia pronta per affrontare carichi notevoli e ridurre drasticamente costi, complessità e soprattutto "consumi" nei datacenter.

Hi—I am Rob Emanuel from the Operations team. For those of you who may not know what we do, our group designs, deploys, manages and sustains highly available, highly scalable Web and SQL systems for Microsoft for some of the largest corporate web sites in the world (, Microsoft Update, Download Center, MSDN and TechNet). Along with our team’s TechCenter, we maintain a blog on how we adopt our own products and share some of our real world experiences.  

For the last several months we have had the opportunity to focus on virtualizing both the MSDN and TechNet websites with Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V as a start to our overall virtualization adoption strategy.


The success of Hyper-V as a web platform for both MSDN and TechNet for performance and stability has given us the confidence to accelerate our plans to implement Hyper-V for many of the other sites we run, such as the live traffic testing of on Hyper-V, which we have already started.    We are also actively working on our internal adoption of SCVMM 2008 as a major part of our overall virtualization strategy.  

Leggete tutto alla Fonte: MSDN and TechNet Powered by Hyper-V

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