New videos discuss deploying a Microsoft private cloud and managing virtual solutions using Virtual Machine Manager among other tools.
What does VMM stand for?
VMM stands for Virtual Machine Manager
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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Another aspect of the SDN strategy is VMware certification of Alcatel-Lucent's OmniVista 2500 Virtual Machine Manager.
These solutions offer flawless integration with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 with transparent live migration of virtual machines.
Selio 2010 supports Hyper-V live migration, and can be used with System Center Virtual Machine Manager or Windows deployment services when dynamically provisioning new servers.
In addition, Double-Take Software now provides users with integration capabilities within the System Center Virtual Machine Manager module, which helps IT managers visualize and manage their virtual machines, through a new PROTip for Hyper-V virtual machines being protected with Double-Take Availability Virtual Host Edition.
For example, this is the first Xeon processor to possess Machine Check Architecture (MCA) Recovery, a feature that allows the silicon to work with the operating system and virtual machine manager to recover from otherwise fatal system errors, a mechanism until now found only in the company's Intel[R] Itanium[R] processor family and RISC processors.
Customers planning big virtualization deployments are likely to buy management tools as well, and Microsoft's Virtual Machine Manager costs $869 per physical server.
Key new features include: flash multimedia acceleration; support for VMware Linked Clones for rapid provisioning of virtual desktops from a master image; as well as extended platform support, including support for Windows 7; Windows 2008 and 2008 R2; Windows Vista; System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2; and Parallels Virtuozzo Containers (x86 and x64).