Hyper-V is now ranked No. 1 in Latin America for x86 virtualization, with 44.1 percent of the market share for the third quarter of 2013, according to an IDC study, the Microsoft Server and Cloud Platform Team writes. “During this period, Microsoft has for the first time closed the gap with its closest competitor.”
As if the “R2 wave” didn’t offer enough to get excited about, server licensing rights have been expanded so that Hyper-V role and Hyper-V Manager console are now included with Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials.
This week in San Francisco, just a block away from VMworld, you’ll find another breed of enthusiasts – Microsoft Hyper-V and System Center technical experts. VMworld attendees are invited to come by for a scoop of some of San Francisco’s finest frozen custard and get the scoop on Hyper-V features and stats that just might surprise you.