Hyper-V Dynamic Memory is Microsoft’s answer to VMware memory overcommit.
Dynamic memory allocation and memory overcommit both aim to improve memory management in virtual server infrastructures, and they even use common technologies. But they take different approaches and offer very different user experiences.
These differences — plus the fact that Hyper-V lacked dynamic memory allocation until this year — have spurred much debate among VMware and Microsoft users about the merits of each feature. In this face-off, two virtualization experts debate the pros and cons of Hyper-V Dynamic Memory and VMware memory overcommit.
Hyper-V dynamic memory allocation: A superior approach
VMware memory overcommit: Do it right to begin with
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