Tag Archive: Virtualization


After some months in the publishing queue, my in-depth look at the new Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 is now live on Technet Magazine. This part 1 deals with networking enhancements, the second and final part will deal with all the other improvements to scalability, storage and management.

Enjoy it! And thanks for reading.

And the “last” part is now online at virtualizationreview.com . Don’t worry, there’s a bonus part, number nine which compares Hyper-V to VSphere, it’ll be interesting to see what comments i get Smile.

Meanwhile part number 8 covers VM mobility (Live Migration, Live Storage Migration and Shared Nothing Live Migration). Read it here.

Enjoy! And thanks for reading.

We’re now getting closer to the end of this series that looks at Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012, part 7 is online at virtualizationreview.com, read it here. This part covers storage enhancements: SMB 3.0 and running VMs from file shares, the new VHDX format as well as guest Virtual Fibre Channel.

Enjoy and thanks for reading.

And the saga continues on virtualizationreview.com …. This time we’re looking at security in Hyper-V, using Bitlocker Drive Encryption on Clustered Shared Volumes 2.0 storage and my favourite new Hyper-V feature: Replica. Read it here.

Enjoy and thanks for reading.

Finally it’s time to leave networking in Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 behind and move on to other areas of improvement. In part 5 of the series for virtualizationreview.com I look at scalability, NUMA, cluster patching and VM monitoring. Read it here.

Enjoy and thanks for reading.

Part four of looking at what’s new in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V is now live at virtualizationreview.com, you can read it here. This is the last part that covers networking enhancements; focusing on NIC teaming and other improvements for data centre networking.

Enjoy! And thanks for reading.

Continuing my technical deep dive of what’s new in Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012, part 3 is now live at virtualizationreview.com . This time I cover Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV), Dynamic Virtual Machine Queuing and Receive Side Scaling (RSS). Read it here.

Enjoy and thanks for reading!

Even though the virtualization review.com site calls it “Hyper-V 3 Deep Dive” (and Microsoft doesn’t use the “version 3” moniker) this is indeed the second part of my deep dive on Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012. This time around I cover Software Defined Networking (SDN) and how SCVMM 2012 SP1 helps out with this, and how you might need a Network Virtualization Gateway. Read it here.

Enjoy! And thanks for reading.

The first part in an nine part, deep dive, series on what’s new in Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 is now live on virtualizationreview.com. The first eight parts will cover individual, technical enhancements, whilst the last part will compare Hyper-V to VMWare’s VSphere 5.1.

In this part I cover the extensible virtual switch, along with other networking enhancements. You can read the article here.

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