In addition, the company on Monday said that it has now made Virtual Server 2005 R2--which the company had charged either $99 for up to four physical processors or $199 for an unlimited number of processors--a free download. The announcements were made in conjunction with the LinuxWorld conference in Boston this week. LinuxWorld Boston 2006 roundupMore details at CNET.
Virtualization, an emerging technology which is garnering growing interest from corporate customers, allows a server to run multiple instances of an operating system. This makes it easier for corporations to consolidate many applications on a single hardware server and provides a level of reliability.
Microsoft to support Linux virtually
Posted on Tuesday, April 04 2006 @ 2:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck