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Author Syrewicze, Andy, author

Title Pro Microsoft Hyper-V 2019 : practical guidance and hands-on labs / Andy Syrewicze, Richard Siddaway
Published New York, NY : Apress, [2018]


Description 1 online resource
Contents Intro; Table of Contents; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1: Introduction to Hyper-V; What Is Hyper-V?; The Business Benefits of Hyper-V; Setting the Stage; The Physical Computing Model; Making the Change to Virtualized Computing; The Virtualized Computing Model; Hyper-V Architecture; Hardware Layer; Hypervisor Layer; VMBus; Parent Partition; Virtualization Service Provider (VSP); Virtual Machine Worker Process (VMWP); Virtual Machine Management Service (VMMS); Child Partition; Virtualization Service Client (VSC); Integration Components (ICs); Windows Server Versions
Nano ServerHyper-V Server; Windows 10; Lab Work; Chapter 2: Configuring Hyper-V Host Settings; In This Chapter; What Is Hyper-V Manager?; Hyper-V Manager; Failover Cluster Manager; System Center Virtual Machine Manager; PowerShell; Windows Admin Center; Connecting to Hyper-V Hosts; Navigating the Hyper-V Manager UI; Configuring Hyper-V Host Settings; Virtual Hard Disks; Virtual Machines; Physical GPUs; NUMA Spanning; Live Migrations; Storage Migrations; Enhanced Session Mode Policy; Replication Configuration; Configuring Hyper-V Host Settings with PowerShell; Lab Work
Chapter 3: Creating Your First Hyper-V Virtual MachineIn This Chapter; What Components Make a Virtual Machine?; Virtual Machine Config File; Virtual Machine Config Files in Windows Server 2016 and 2019; Virtual Machine BIN and VSV Files in 2012 and 2012 R2; VHD and VHDX Files; AVHD Files; Creating a New Virtual Machine; Connecting to Virtual Machines; Managing the Virtual Machine Console; Installing the Guest OS; Creating a New VM with PowerShell; Lab Work; Chapter 4: Configuring Basic Virtual Machine Resources and Settings; In This Chapter and Beyond
Configuring Virtual Machine CPU ResourcesVirtual Machine Reserve (Percentage); Percent of Total System Resources; Virtual Machine Limit (Percentage); Virtual Machine CPU Compatibility; What About NUMA?; Configuring Virtual Machine Memory Resources; Dynamic Memory; Startup RAM; Minimum RAM; Maximum RAM; Memory Buffer; Configuring Additional Virtual Machine Storage Resources; Other Notable Settings; Lab Work; Chapter 5: Managing and Maintaining Hyper-V Integration Services; In This Chapter and Beyond; What Are Integration Services?; Integration Services Defined
Operating System Shutdown (Service Name: vmicshutdown)Time Synchronization (Service Name: vmictimesync); Data Exchange (Service Name: vmickvpexchange); Heartbeat (Service Name: vmicheartbeat); Backup (Volume Checkpoint) (Service Name: vmicvss); Guest Services (Service Name: vmicguestinterface); Supported Windows Server Guest Operating Systems; Managing Hyper-V Integration Services; Installing Integration Services; Enabling and Disabling Integration Services; Transferring Files with Integration Services; Updating Integration Services; Lab Work
Summary Successfully create and manage your Hyper-V environment without any of the marketing fluff. This book's lab-driven, hands-on approach will get you up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible. Virtualization is the cornerstone of today's data center. As a modern-day IT pro, you are required to manage environments that are in a regular state of flux and increasing in both size and complexity. To keep up, you need practical information in a format that is succinct, yet comprehensive and highly applicable. Pro Hyper-V 2019 breaks down critical and time-saving topics into a series of easy-to-digest chapters, showing you how to perform Hyper-V management tasks using both GUI and PowerShell-based tools. Building on your existing knowledge of Windows Server management, Active Directory, networking, and storage, experts and Microsoft MVPs Syrewicze and Siddaway begin with a foundation of why computing workloads are virtualized. This is followed by chapters covering the range of management tasks associated with virtualized environments, including: managing hosts and guest machines; networking, storage, and high availability (host and guest); disaster recovery and virtual machine migration; and monitoring. What You'll LearnApply practical information to administer your Hyper-V environmentsUnderstand multiple administration styles (GUI, command line, and automation)Written by IT pros for IT pros - just the information you really need without the paddingAdminister and use containersUtilize hands-on labs to learn about storage, networking, and high availability Who This Book Is For IT administrators tasked with implementing Hyper-V environments or migrating from VMware. IT pros joining a team that is responsible for managing Hyper-V and "lone administrators" covering the gamut in smaller organizations will also find this book indispensable
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed November 6, 2018)
SUBJECT Microsoft Windows server Hyper-V.
Microsoft Windows server Hyper-V fast
Subject Virtual computer systems.
Microsoft programming.
COMPUTERS -- Operating Systems -- Windows Server.
Virtual computer systems
Form Electronic book
Author Siddaway, Richard, author.
ISBN 9781484241165