“[B]Enhanced NIC teaming.[/B] Give each networked virtual machine built-in NIC failover and load balancing enabling greater hardware availability and fault tolerance. New NIC teaming policies allow users to configure multiple active and standby adapters. Teaming configuration may be different for different port groups on the same virtual switch and different groups can even select different teaming algorithms for the same team.”]]>
Yes I agree Live migration is still lagging behind VMware VMotion and does not support networking teaming and have a lot more of trouble, but what shall we expect of Microsoft new live migration. If you have not heard yet, Microsoft are preparing their Live migration to be released soon. Check out Microsoft new Hyper-V server & Hyper-V live migration video at [A href="http://www.virtualizationteam.com"]Virtualization Team blog Home[/A] or if it was removed from their home page directly at [A href="http://www.virtualizationteam.com/microsoft/hyper-v/videos-on-the-new-version-of-hyper-v-and-hyper-v-server.html"][B]Hyper-V[/B] [B]Live Migration & New Hyper V server Video[/B][/A].
I hope this was of a use to every one.