A couple of weeks ago, at its TechEd 2010 conference (see virtualization.info live coverage of the opening keynote) Microsoft hosted a 80-minutes breakout session about the much discussed memory over-commitment technique that will be introduces in Hyper-V as part of the upcoming Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.
The presentation, performed by Ben Armstrong, Senior Program Manager Lead at Microsoft, covers Dynamic Memory in depth and it’s the first concrete analysis of how the product will work.
Before this presentation Microsoft only published a few details, suddenly removed by the original poster.
The presentation is available for on-demand streaming here (you’ll need Silverlight) and for download (both WMV and MP4 formats). Microsoft also published the slidedeck: