Hyper-V, also called Viridian and previously known as Windows Server Virtualization, is a native hypervisor that enables platform virtualization on x86-64 systems. A beta version of Hyper-V was shipped with certain x86-64 editions of Windows Server 2008, and a finalized version (automatically updated through Windows Update) was released on June 26, 2008. Hyper-V has since been released in a free stand-alone version, and has been upgraded to Release 2 (R2) status. It was updated in Windows Server 2012. A host server with Hyper-V capability could be accessed remotely by multiple guest computers. Each guest computer could perform as if they are using the host server directly. Users on the guest computers could run applications in the host server remotely, even though that application is not available on the guest computer.
Core Server Management Features:
- Installation and Configuring Windows Server 2008/2012
- Installing and Configuring Hyper-V Server
- Hyper-V Management
- Start, Stop & View Virtual Machines
- Setup Open Source Linux Based VMS
- Third Party Open Source Installations (LAMP, FFMPEG, Red5 and Service Optimizations)
- Storage Management
- Network Configuration
- Disk Management
- Migration Support (VMware)
- Cluster Setup and Fail-over Solutions
- System Logging Analysis and Monitoring
- Regular Systems Upgrade
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