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Virtualization & databases in production environments?


Virtualization & databases in production environments?

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Ronald Green
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Hello everybody,

Does anyone have experience with work intensive SQL Server instances on virtual machines (VMware or Virtual Server/Hyper-V)?

My concern is mainly to keep the same level of performance in terms of disk IOs (but also of CPU and memory) as on a physical machine, while having the benefit of virtualization as a Disaster Recovery solution and perhaps also as High Availability solution (this Vmotion feature of VMware I keep hearing about).

Your thoughts and experience sharing much apprciated!!
R. Green
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