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Microsoft virtualization strategy Q&A with David Greschler

Microsoft virtualization executive David Greschler is our guest on this episode of This Week in Virtualization.

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Greschler, Microsoft's director of integrated virtualization strategy, speaks at length with News Director Alex Barrett about how server virtualization, desktop virtualization, cloud computing and management fit together -- and why organizations should move in that direction.

They discuss controversial Microsoft virtualization topics as well, such as Hyper-V's limited guest operating system support and the Hyper-V vs. VMware price debate.

Greschler also covers the long-term Microsoft virtualization strategy, which includes adding Dynamic Memory to the next version of Hyper-V and a focus on management with the System Center product line. In addition, he answers the question of why Microsoft is interested in the virtualization market in the first place -- especially considering the company doesn't charge for Hyper-V.

Get the full rundown on the Microsoft virtualization strategy in this podcast.

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This was first published in May 2010

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