Why no memory overcommit? Will we see it in the future?

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Microsoft Virtualization Chat 8/27
Why no memory overcommit? Will we see it in the future? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat held on August 27th.

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Memory Commit is a useful feature in certain scenarios. Still, it’s not a panacea for memory allocation issues. We are looking into memory optimization technologies. For more information on the use of memory overcommit, see this white paper.

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  • Denny Cherry
    If you are looking for the same memory tech that VMware ESX users I believe that VMware has a bunch of patents on the tech.
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