You probably know that Hyper-V can run Linux and FreeBSD as guest operating systems. But how do you set up Linux or FreeBSD to work? What Linux distros are supported? Where do the Linux Integration Services (LIS) and BSD Integration Services (BIS) come from? What performance can you expect? What new features are supported with the 2012 R2 release, and how do they compare against other hypervisors? All these questions and more are answered in this session. Learn about the great story for Linux and FreeBSD on Hyper-V so that you can confidently engage your IT organization in using Hyper-V for these heterogeneous workloads.
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