The Impact of VMware and Hyper-V Snapshots on Backup Technology
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VMware has been the dominant platform in the early part of the virtualization era. Having to support only a single platform has made the job for software and hardware providers much easier. Now, though, Microsoft's Hyper-V is gaining traction in many virtualized infrastructures and it’s becoming more common to see both hypervisors used in a single data center. Just as supporting multiple operating systems was a key differentiator for legacy backup applications, modern backup applications will need to support multiple hypervisors.

Check out this white paper from expert George Crump to learn the differences between VMware and Hyper-V, and what the future might hold for both of these technologies as virtualiziation in the data center continues to flourish.

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