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Learning Hyper-V by Vinícius R. Apolinário

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Summary

After understanding all the information on architecture presented in this chapter, you must now be equipped to understand how Hyper-V works, and to make a better choice of your physical servers for virtualization. To summarize, a physical server must attend to some requirements to be able to run Hyper-V. When you install the Hyper-V role, the architecture will be modified to a Microkernel Type 1 Hypervisor. The processor families on all hosts must be identified to allow VM Live Migration. Memory configuration must be examined to avoid the misconfiguration of VMs leading to NUMA issues, and Dynamic memory can help in memory allocation among VMs for idle or low-load VMs.

In the next chapter, we will cover the installation of Hyper-V on multiple ...

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