This video presents a high-level explanation of virtualization generally and discusses how Hyper-V has expanded in Windows Server over the past few years.
- Server and network virtualization…have been with us for quite a while now.…But I still run across people that are new to the idea.…The basic concept is this.…A very low level application is installed…on a server, and it makes an inventory…of physical hardware to assess…how that hardware can be offered up to simulate…multiple isolated machines.…It can then assign virtual processors…and portions of physical RAM,…as well as simulated network and storage controllers,…and bundle all these resources together…in a single file that is the virtual machine.…
Then, one or more files are created…that emulate hard drives.…This allows you to open up a virtual machine…consisting of only two or three files.…One representing the resources available,…and one or more representing the hard drives…that store the data.…This will allow you to more completely utilize…all of the hardware available in high power servers.…And, configured correctly, it can allow you…to keep a server online, even when some…hardware issues may occur.…
There are several major players in the virtualization space.…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Roles and features
- Upgrades and migration
- Defender and Firewall
- Windows Admin Center
- Planning sites and services
- Environments: hybrid cloud hyper-converged
- Identity and access roles
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Windows Server 2016: Storage Serviceswith Robert McMillen3h 16m Intermediate
What you should already know1m 55s
1. Getting Started
2. Management and Administration
3. Windows Server Environments
4. Storage Solutions
5. Identity and Access Roles
7. Going Forward
Windows Insider program4m 2s
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