As everyone expected when server virtualization took off on x64 iron a few years back, the hypervisors that provide the ability to carve up a machine into multiple virtual machines have rapidly commoditized. When you pay for a VM tool, you are getting all of the extra goodies, like live migration and backup and recovery, that …
Might be good if...
It actually picked up the hearbeats from Windows 7 and Ubuntu clients on an ESXi host. Or powered VMs on. I dare not try the backup feature, for fear that it will cause a problem after that.
This is beta software, ja?
*fingers chequebook, checks VMWare VCentre pricing*
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