VMware any day of the week
>Get to use the same suite of products for basic virtualization (player), more advanced stuff (workstation), servers (server), hypervisor (ESXi), and managing it all (vCenter)
I wouldn't trust VBox to not suck because >oracle
I'm pretty familiar with iSCSI in VMware. How easy is it in Hyper-V?
>Qemu & KVM
>free as in freedom
>completely unstable shit kernel modules that will fuck everything up
>paying for something that free software does better.
ok corporate faggot
>he thinks QEMU & KVM work better than VMware products
>he doesn't know anything about SDS
>no out of box cluster aware FS support
How's that home SAN going for you? That's great experience for getting a job.
I can't for the life of me manage to get Hyper-V to install an OS from a flash drive. Proper drive format, proper ISO, proper mounting as a virtual drive, it just doesn't happen for me.
Hyper-V can suck my dick
Virtualbox has been ridiculously buggy for the past year or so. Just check their forums.
Also less features than VMware, more fucking around with "Vboxmanage" and most things run slower (try to use USB).
Synology NASs are getting Docker in the next update. I thought it was only for virtual applications and not VMs as a whole?