Hyper-V and VMware are in a perpetual battle for supremacy in the virtualization market. Although the two hypervisors have similar features, capabilities are somewhat different
"For years, VMware was the only sensible choice for enterprise-class server virtualization. However, Microsoft made drastic improvements to Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2. As such, it seems prudent to explore the question of using Hyper-V vs. VMware in your data center and the differences between these two hypervisors.
Both VMware and Microsoft offer highly capable platforms. Both companies have products for small shops but also sell products with features suitable for the largest enterprise environments. In fact, VMware and Hyper-V have an extremely comparable feature set. Both products offer roughly the same core feature set and support capabilities such as network virtualization, VM migration, storage migration and network interface card teaming..."
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