Subject: General Tech | September 6, 2013 - 05:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: servers, windows server 2012 R2, microsoft, nifty, RDMA
If you play with VM's in a Windows environment you have probably gotten quite good at using FTP as that was the easiest way to copy files or even text between two or more of your virtual machines. No more will you need to do that as the new version of Windows Server will have a shared clipboard allowing you to copy and paste not just text but also files between your VMs. They will still limit you to 64 virtual CPUs but they did add Remote Direct Memory Access which offers a huge boost in speed to your machines and for doing live migrations. Check out more at The Register.
"If you want to see a TechEd audience break into spontaneous applause – and here I am one-hundred-percent serious – give them something that they really care about. Like a shared clipboard. The people running virtual servers really did interrupt Benjamin Armstrong, Microsoft Hyper-V program manager, to applaud the simple act of being able to cut and paste text or files between VMs."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Windows 8.1 to freeze out small business apps @ The Register
- Microsoft Surface Pro 2 leaks with Intel Haswell and Windows 8.1 @ The Inquirer
- IFA 2013: Highlights from the German technology show @ The Inquirer
- Canon EOS Rebel SL1 Review @ TechReviewSource
- Fire at SK Hynix China plant sends DRAM spot prices higher @ DigiTimes
- Schneier: The US Government Has Betrayed the Internet, We Need To Take It Back @ Slashdot
- Charlie Miller Releases Open Source "Car Sabotage Toolkit" @ DailyTech