Don’t get me wrong, Hyper-V within Windows Server 2012 includes some excellent additions. But, with every release, there are bound to be a few features that miss the cut. My recent article looks at a few of these features that I wish would have made it in.
“For all the new features and enhancements to Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V, the virtualization platform still has its shortcomings.
Having worked with Hyper-V since the early betas, I appreciate the speed at which Microsoft adds new features. With each Hyper-V release, however, I still see a few areas of improvement that could add key functionality and ease administration. Below, I look at three of these shortcomings in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V and offer some practical fixes.
Part one of this two part series looks at the following shortcomings that I still believe exist.
1. Poor Quick Migration between hosts with different processor architectures
2. Inadequate Live/Quick Migration of VMs between different Hyper-V version
3. Imperfect hot-add memory allocation with a running VM
Read details of the article HERE
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