Aidan Finn explains how Microsoft changed the process for upgrading the Hyper-V integration components in a Windows guest OS virtual machine.
Check out the new file types, their functions, and locations, which you’ll find in a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V VM.
A malicious user could break out of a container if they uncover a design fault in the implementation of containers or an unpatched OS vulnerability. However, Windows Server addresses these security challenges by providing the option to place containers into Hyper-V partitions
Learn all about the new improvements to Hyper-V in the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5.
Aidan Finn describes a common WHEA error that can be found in Hyper-V and provides a workaround.
Here we are, counting down the days and hours to 2016, and it is time once again for Aidan Finn to break out the crystal ball and make some Hyper-V predictions for the New Year.
Learn about new features in the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 for Hyper-V and related roles and technologies.
Windows Server 2016 improves the speed of VHD and VHDX operations. Aidan Finn show the results using basic 1 GbE iSCSI storage.
I’ve heard a couple of feature requests for Hyper-V since I started working with Hyper-V back in 2008. Nested virtualization is one of those heavily requested features. Microsoft repeatedly said that they would love to provide Hyper-V nested virtualization, but they didn’t see the need for real world applications, outside of demos, testing, and training. As […]
Jeff Hicks provides some PowerShell tricks for determining your Hyper-V host memory utilization.
Jeff Hicks takes his custom solution on testing Hyper-V disk health a step further by showing us steps to help automate the process with PowerShell.
Jeff Hicks shows us a solution to help test Hyper-V disk health by identifying critical virtual machines.
Aidan Finn describes how Dynamic Memory and guest-aware NUMA offer different benefits and are mutually exclusive.