We’re entering the laid-back days of Summer. There isn’t much Azure IaaS news, but we’re after quality, not quantity. June was a good news month for those of us using Microsoft Azure.
Aidan Finn discusses Microsoft’s recent preview of disks that are up to 4TB in size in Azure and explains the benefits of using.
Learn about several infrastructure-related feature enhancements for Azure Storage that Microsoft announced at the recent Build conference.
Windows Server 2016 improves the speed of VHD and VHDX operations. Aidan Finn show the results using basic 1 GbE iSCSI storage.
Looking at Hyper-V storage options? Discover the pros and cons of business friendly, cloud-enabled, virtual hard disks.
Stumped as to how to convert a Hyper-V VHD file into VHDX format? Learn how using both Hyper-V Manager and PowerShell.
It’s all Hyper-V, all the time! In part four of this series, Jeff Hicks shows you how to create a new virtual machine based on an existing VHD file.
There are two popular and mutually incompatible virtual disk file formats in common use today: VMware’s VMDK format and Microsoft’s VHD format. In order to attach a VHD disk to a VMware virtual machine, or vice-versa, you have to convert it first. This guide by virtualization and storage expert Tom Finnis explains how to use Starwind’s V2V Converter utility to do just that, with a detailed example explaining how to convert a VMDK virtual disk to VHD format and then mount it in a Windows system in order to edit the files it contains.