Oeps, a rollback. Let me explain…
I did a rollback from my hyper-v server back to xenserver.
Ok I will not break down Hyper-V, but the main reason was manageability of the server itself.
In my situation the hyper-v server was joined to a domain I am running in my virtual environment. I wanted to manage the hyper-v from my workstation that is NOT joined to the domain.
from my workstation I could not manage/view the memory consumption also I could not manage/view the CPU allocation.
These are the main reasons I rolledback to xenserver. Because of manageablity. The management console of xenserver is more user friendly.
sorry microsoft…. 🙂
My Skills are mainly PowerShell, VMWare, Hyper-V, Microsoft System Center products and Windows Azure Pack.
I work for a company in Utrecht The Netherlands.
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