Hyper-V support gaining momentum '6 of 11 management vendors support Hyper-V'

Every virtualization platform vendor (VMware, Microsoft, Citrix, Red Hat) also offers at least one and in some cases a suite of virtualization management tools. VMware and Red Hat only support their own platforms in their tools. Microsoft offers limited support for VMWare in System Center Virtual Machine Manager, primarily with intent of making it easy […]

Every virtualization platform vendor (VMware, Microsoft, Citrix, Red Hat) also offers at least one and in some cases a suite of virtualization management tools. VMware and Red Hat only support their own platforms in their tools. Microsoft offers limited support for VMWare in System Center Virtual Machine Manager, primarily with intent of making it easy to migrate a VMware VM from VMware platform to Hyper-V platfrom. Citrix supports both its own Xen platform and Hyper-V platform in its Essentials product. Table in the pic shows breadth of support for virtualization platforms on part of virtualization platform and virtualization management vendors. Of 11 independent virtualization management vendors, 6 currently support Hyper-V, with Embotics expected add support in 2010.

[Virtualization Management]