To help refine Hyper-V servers, you can think of what can be changed to improve their performance, security, and administration. The problem is that most people do it only when something is wrong.
You can save resources and improve performance by fine-tuning changes and by configuration that can be done before implementation or even in running servers.
This recipe is a little bit different from the others. Rather than tasks, it will provide you with tips and best practices from previous recipes, listing the principal features and configuration options that can help with server tuning.
Most of the listed information was already described in other chapters and recipes. Have a look at the See also section (at ...