Create Supported SQL Server 2008 Virtual Machines -- Rely on Server Virtualization to run SQL Server 2008
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Virtualization is taking the market by storm even in these tough economic times. It makes sense – virtualize an application and it automatically becomes liberated from a particular physical machine. But, in order to properly virtualize technologies, you must be aware of the support policy from the product vendor. In the case of Microsoft SQL Server, the support team has published guidelines for virtualizing this database engine. Read this paper to learn how to move forward with the process and create supported SQL Server virtual machines (VMs) that can be hosted on Dell 11th Generation PowerEdge servers featuring the new Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 Series.

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