Dynamic Memory in Hyper-V and VDI

So Microsoft has a dynamic memory feature in Hyper-V R2 SP1 now. But, is the new dynamic feature any good for VDI? That is the answer Michel Roth aims to answer in a recent article on BrianMadden.com. Michel explains what dynamic memory is, how dynamic memory works, the pros and cons of using this feature for virtualized desktops, and some caveats on using dynamic memory. Then, of course, Michel has to tackle the issue of how Microsoft’s Dynamic Memory features stack up to VMware’s memory management technologies. This is a very easy article to read and quite informative.

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