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Windows Sandbox - Microsoft Tech Community - 301849
Sandbox works via their container system, but it looks like it requires Hyper-V?
windows  10  disposable  VM  sandbox  security  virtualization  Hyper-V  container 
december 2018 by asteroza
Windows Hypervisor Platform | Microsoft Docs
New Hyper-V API for third party hypervisors to run under Hyper-V safely without fighting (looking at you VMware), but apparently there are some others like Intel's HAXM.
WHPX  Hyper-V  hypervisor  nested  VMware  HAXM 
july 2018 by asteroza
Sneak Peek: Taking a Spin with Enhanced Linux VMs | Virtualization Blog
Ah, so finally bringing LIS desktop features to parity with VMware tools...
windows  Hyper-V  WSL  ubuntu  VM  tools  software  virtualization 
march 2018 by asteroza
Enable virtualization-based protection of code integrity | Microsoft Docs
HVCI requires hyper-v, effectively locking out VMware workstation, but the HVCI security is top notch, and now available for all windows 10/2016 SKU's
windows  10  hyper-v  security  HVCI  control  flow  guard  credential 
december 2017 by asteroza
Initial Hyper-V drivers with VLAN trunk support, but RHEL/RedHat/Fedora flavored, so debian still losing out
LIS  Hyper-V  VM  tools  software  sysadmin  linux  VLAN  trunk  Delicious 
january 2014 by asteroza
Windows Metro Style Apps Developer Downloads
Currently, virtualized installations only run properly on Hyper-V and VMware Workstation 8 only (Possibly VMware Fusion 4). Even ESXi 5 is borked. Something to do with unknown chipset ID and ACPI 2.0 tables. Also, since Windows 8 contains it's own Hyper-V instance, you probably need a 64bit hardware host with hypervisor CPU pass through capability for chained hypervisors, otherwise it might croak on Ring 0 access issues. Naturally Workstation 8/Fusion 4 just went gold, so no freebie beta to work with...
windows  8  OS  download  microsoft  developer  preview  software  VMware  workstation  fusion  Hyper-V  Delicious 
september 2011 by asteroza
Marvell Launches New DragonFly Virtual Storage Accelerator [SNW Spring 2011] |
This appears at first glance to be a server local caching card that uses local SSD's, with drivers that hook into the hypervisor's network storage drivers (probably iSCSI, maybe NFS) as a transparent network storage caching layer local to a hypervisor, reducing network IO. Which is an interesting way towards boosting speed, since many VM servers using network storage have idle/empty storage slots onboard.
marvell  Dragonfly  virtual  storage  accelerator  card  PCIe  PCIexpress  x8  network  iSCSI  SAN  hardware  electronics  devices  cache  caching  VMware  linux  KVM  Xen  XenServer  Hyper-V  SAS  SATA  hypervisor  machine  server  VM  acceleration  Delicious 
august 2011 by asteroza

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