Hyper-V Best Practices

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Learn
  • Install Hyper-V and virtual machines automated through PowerShell
  • Create High Availability solutions with failover clustering
  • Protect from disasters with Hyper-V Replica
  • Utilize the performance and scalability of storage virtualization
  • Build a flexible network infrastructure without physical boundaries
  • Design performance measurement and tuning action plans
  • Manage your Hyper-V stack with System Center
  • Move existing virtualization workloads to Hyper-V
About

Hyper-V Server and Windows Server 2012 R2 with Hyper-V provide best in class virtualization capabilities. Hyper-V is a Windows-based, very cost-effective virtualization solution with easy-to-use and well-known administrative consoles.

With an example-oriented approach, this book covers all the different guides and suggestions to configure Hyper-V and provides readers with real-world proven solutions. After applying the concepts shown in this book, your Hyper-V setup will run on a stable and validated platform.

The book begins with setting up single and multiple High Availability systems. It then takes you through all the typical infrastructure components such as storage and network, and its necessary processes such as backup and disaster recovery for optimal configuration. The book does not only show you what to do and how to plan the different scenarios, but it also provides in-depth configuration options. These scalable and automated configurations are then optimized via performance tuning and central management.

Features
  • Learn how to deploy standardized Hyper-V solutions quickly and effectively
  • Leverage all virtualization potential of Hyper-V in production environments
  • Use state of the art network and storage options with Hyper-V
Page Count 172
Course Length 5 hours 9 minutes
ISBN 9781782176091
Date Of Publication 28 Nov 2014

Authors

Benedict Berger

Benedict Berger was the author of the first edition of this book (Hyper-V Best Practices by Packt Publishing). He works as a technology solutions professional at Microsoft. He blogs on the German Virtualization Blog (https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/germanvirtualizationblog/) and on his personal blog (http://blog.benedict-berger.de).