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For more on virtualization security, you can check out DailyTech's previous discussion on the topic.



How concerned are you with virtualization security?
  • Security concerns are preventing our deployment (60 votes)
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    9%
  • Very concerned, we're devoting IT people to securing our virtual machine deployments (81 votes)
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    13%
  • Concerned enough to purchase extra software, but not losing much sleep over it (95 votes)
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    15%
  • The VM vendor-provided tools are sufficient for our security (148 votes)
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    23%
  • Virtualization security is of no concern to us (249 votes)
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    39%

  • 633 total votes




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RE: I like these polls
By Justin Time on 10/5/2009 12:32:40 PM , Rating: 2
"The Microsfot product is a horribly performing solution, and because it has to run on top of an Operating System that has such a large footprint and is prone to security issues, we ruled this out as a solution quite a while ago."

Not true, MS have 2 solutions, and one is a standalone hypervisor.

http://www.microsoft.com/hyper-v-server/en/us/defa...

Of course, whether or not it meets your requirements is another issue.


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