Comments on VMware: Hyper-V turns Windows into DOSA SearchServerVirtualization.com and SearchVMware.com blog2012-09-12T17:14:56Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/server-virtualization/vmware-hyper-v-turns-windows-into-dos/feed/atom/By: Colin SteeleColin Steelehttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/server-virtualization/vmware-hyper-v-turns-windows-into-dos/#comment-16072009-11-04T14:03:55Z2009-11-04T14:03:55ZAzure aside, Microsoft’s other major cloud strategy is Software Plus Services, which emphasizes a combination of hosted services and on-premise software. It may not be right for VMware to say that Microsoft is “reluctant” to move to the cloud, but it is accurate to say that Microsoft is protecting its “enormous Windows-based revenue stream” with its cloud strategy.
]]>By: BcournoyerBcournoyerhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/server-virtualization/vmware-hyper-v-turns-windows-into-dos/#comment-16062009-11-04T01:17:24Z2009-11-04T01:17:24ZFunny argument from VMware. Of course, Server Core is just one installation option for Windows — Hyper-V can absolutely be managed via a GUI.
And also, I’m pretty sure Azure counts as Microsoft having at least SOME interest in the cloud, heh. Oh well, I bet they’re still being more polite to each other than Spike and Reggie.