That is true, but there is lots of people here who work in industry. If I am honest i would rather use open source virtulisation than Hyper-v something like cloud stack etc
Originally Posted by chrisrowlands
Just set this up on a properly cobbled together test environment (Dell SC440, Dell Optiplex 745 and and old Gigabyte motherboard with various bits plugged in!). Had two hypervisors in a cluster using the third "server" as shared storage using Server 2012 Storage Spaces and SMB shares.
Originally Posted by tmcd35
Seems to work pretty well. I can live migrate the VMs across no trouble and physically pulling the plug on one hypervisor causes the VMs to migrate automatically.
So technically I've got high availability without a SAN! Can't really comment on the speed of it all (although it does only take seconds to perform a migration) or how well it would scale up into a production environment with proper DR and all the rest but it's an interesting start.