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.
A common cause of network-related crashes and performance issues on Hyper-V is VMQ. Find out why you should disable VMQ on all of your 1 GbE NICs.
Aidan Finn explains how Microsoft is bringing Azure to your data center on your terms using Azure Stack.
Aidan Finn explains what he believes to be Hyper-V’s biggest weakness for Microsoft and provides a strategy to improve the service for IT pros.
Aidan Finn outlines the new features of Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V that were announced at Microsoft Ignite 2015.
Aidan Finn explains what Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Hyper-V Requirements are for DR replication to Azure using Azure Site Recovery (ASR).