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I want to Cluster 2 ESX VI3 Servers. Should I use Veritas Cluster for ESX or VMware HA? I am told that VMware HA does not protect from individual VM failures whereas veritas does.
We have some legacy applications running on Sun SPARC. The goal is to have them on XenServer VMs hosted on x86s. Any advice?
How much performance loss is attributed to virtual machines (VMs) compared to stand alone servers? A VM server cannot be lossless because the VM software itself should consume some hardware resources.