On February 19, 2003, Microsoft announced that the corporation has acquired a privately held virtualization vendor called Connectix. It might not have seemed like it then, but this acquisition was the genesis of something huge in the IT world, and I’m not limiting that to just Hyper-V.
Dynamic Memory is not one-size-fits-all! Discover the many ways to use (or not use) Hyper-V Dynamic Memory in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.
Check out Hyper-V Dynamic Memory, a cool feature in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Learn to increase the VM to host ratio and more in this overview!
Doing some live migration? Learn to enable processor compatibility mode in Hyper-V to allow a VM to move between different gens of the same processor family.
In this post, learn to use the virtual processor resource control settings to configure Hyper-V virtual machine reservations, limits, and weights.
Know about NUMA? Discover how Hyper-V interoperates with the Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) architectures of host computers in this helpful intro.
Got a handle on cluster quorums? Find out about the function of quorums in Window Server Failover Clustering in this helpful post.
Is installing antivirus on your Hyper-V hosts necessary? Answer: That depends. Learn more, including how to configure antivirus scanning exceptions.
In this article, learn how redirected I/O has changed in Windows Server 2012/R2, and how you can control what networks it is used on.
In the fourth and final part of our series, learn to configure DNS records in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 in this tutorial!
You installed your Windows DNS server – now what? Learn to create forward and reverse lookup zones with the help of this walkthrough.
USB sticks can lead to security risks. Learn how to apply a policy to quickly block all removable storage in this Ask an Admin.
Learn how to make the most of 10GbE or faster networking to make that Hyper-V live migration quicker in this handy article.