This tutorial shows you how to get the best Hyper-V performance out of your Dell PowerEdge T20 hardware through tweaking a number of configurations from network settings to storage performance.
Setting up provisioning in a small business can be a challenge, to both set the correct provision, and not over or under provision, and to get the financial investment right. We have a set of points to help your SMB out, check it out here:
It’s not difficult to find all sorts of lists and discussions of best practices for Hyper-V, however best practices lists are a bit tougher to find for failover clustering. What I’m going to do in this article is focus in on the overlapping portion of the Hyper-V/Failover Cluster Venn diagram, resulting in my 19 best practices for a Hyper-V Cluster.
We’re getting pretty close to rounding out the rest of 2015, as hard as it is to believe, but that doesn’t mean that new advancements, capabilities, and cool stuff in the world of Hyper-V comes to a halt!
We’re back for your December issue of Hot Hyper-V Topics and we’ve got 10 good ones for you this month. Enjoy!
While we at Altaro always try to keep you all up to date on the latest dealings in the world of Hyper-V and Microsoft virtualization, sometimes there is such a wealth of information released or a large group of product releases that at times it just helps to get it all out there!
Therefore, I’ve prepped 10 useful links below that i hope you will find useful in your IT adventures!
Last year, Nirmal Sharma wrote a fantastic article on this blog titled 23 Best Practices to improve Hyper-V and VM Performance. This sparked up a very lively discussion in the comments section; some were very strongly in favor of some items, some very strongly opposed to others. What I think was perhaps missed in some of these comments was that, as Nirmal stated in the title, his list was specifically “to improve Hyper-V and VM performance.” If squeezing every last drop of horsepower out of your Hyper-V host is your goal, then it’s pretty hard to find any serious flaws with his list.
Native adapter teaming is a hot topic in the world of Hyper-V. It’s certainly nice for Windows Server as well, but the ability to spread out traffic for multiple virtual machines is practically a necessity. Unfortunately, there is a still a lot of misunderstanding out there about the technology and how to get it working correctly.