Xen works, but VMware is the best. It's more polished, more stable, less
On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 9:37 PM, Butler, Bruce <bbutler@...> wrote:
> I am using a virtualized Epicor 8.3.400 server within XenServer (30 users
> for a single server). The performance has been good. The conversion was
> painless (for this server). I did not try Hypervisor.
> I know for Epicor 9.x there is a strong recommendation from other users to
> use Solid State Drives. This unfortunately was not an option with the HP
> Array I have. I will be testing in XenServer, but do not hold much hope of
> installing there.
> I relied on external hardware supplier opinions including HP, our Network
> Consultant, EMC Corporation, and Dell. Most were pushing VMWare, but stated
> XenServer was acceptable. Based on a strong recommendation with our network
> consultant we went with the Citrix option.
> Bruce Butler, IS Manager
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> Of zacwoodward
> Sent: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 5:54 PM
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> Subject: [Vantage] Citrix XenServer and epicor products
> Anyone out there running citrix XenServer? Do you run Epicor on a VM with
> What is your opinion in comparison to other Hypervisor options?
> Currently I am exploring other VM technology options as I dont believe that
> the current solution we are using will allow us to meet our Disaster
> Recovery goals. Any input will be greatly appreciated.
> "Zac" Jason Woodward
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