Our applications people are concerned with rogue guests affecting the performance of other guest and/or impacting the host.

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Our applications people are concerned with rogue guests affecting the performance of other guest and/or impacting the host. How do we alleviate their concerns? Is there a sepcific white-paper or technical artcile that addresses this issue? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Live Chat which took place on August 27th.

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With the PRO Tips capability of SCVMM and SCOM, you can have the VMs dynamically move if the resources on a box are overtaxed.

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