With Virtual Machines the use of physical hard disks and USB reduce. But still sometimes maybe need to use a Hard disk from a Virtual Machine to create a bottable disk with WinPe or different tasks that request from Virtual Machine to has direct accrss in a physical hard disk.
After Installing Hyper-V it's time to start play , test and learn. Today i will discuss with details how can use HYPER-V Manager which is the management area of HYPER-V. You will see that from here start to build your environment in HYPER-V BUT also HYPER-V Management is the area that will start all the troubles if you aren't careful and you aren't know what exactly want to do.
Moving away from physical hardware virtualization you can provide number of benefits. Of course you have different choices in hypervisors like Esxi FROM VMWARE, HYPER-V from Microsoft.
HYPER-V Installation it's very easy and you can enable in few minutes.
Today Windows Server 2012 with HYPER-V it's a common solution to setup a small , medium or enterprise company . Small Companies use simple solutions with HYPER-V instead with bigger companies that need more advance techniques like Failover Clustering include Disaster Recovery Sites and other solution to reduce any downtime.
Companies with 2,3 Server in HYPER-V it's very easy to manage and you don't need any advance configuration for the infrastructure of HYPER-V.
What about for middle and enterprise companies which have hundred of Virtual Servers in HYPER-V?
Various Linux Servers maybe have in your environment for different purposes. But how can migrate from Esxi to HYPER-V if requested? Today you can find different solutions to do the migration.
By admin on Nov 02 2017 - 8:44am
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