Achieve cross-hypervisor compatibility by identifying VM distinctions
With the advent of virtualization, server memory performance emerged as a critical computing resource. But because configuration options are evolving, data center hardware managers must familiarize themselves with today's server memory types to ensure steady, high-performance computing.
Discover how to protect server memory reliability, boost the performance of memory devices, and prevent VM corruption with the instruction on supporting simultaneous virtual machines in this guide.
Additionally, read on as our experts demonstrate how to achieve cross-hypervisor compatibility, highlighting the distinctions between different VMs, as well as:
- How to adapt different file types formats to the target hypervisor
- Disk and specification file formats
- The purpose of OVF and OVA
- And more