Which is your preferred method of automating VM resource provisioning?

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Steve Bigelow notes two ways to automate your VM resource provisioning: Hypervisor via its Dynamic Memory and VMware’s Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS). Which of these programs do you prefer, or is there another method you use?

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