Module 5 Installing and configuring Hyper-V and virtual machines
Module Overview Overview of Hyper-V Installing Hyper-V Configuring storage on Hyper-V host servers Configuring networking on Hyper-V host servers Configuring Hyper-V virtual machines • Managing virtual machines
Lesson 1: Overview of Hyper-V What is Hyper-V? New Hyper-V host features in Windows Server 2016 New Hyper-V virtual machine features in Windows Server 2016 • Windows Server Containers and Docker in Hyper-V
What is Hyper-V?
New Hyper-V host features in Windows Server 2016New features for Hyper-V hosts include:
New Hyper-V virtual machine features in Windows Server 2016 New features for virtual machines include: • Discrete device assignment • Hot add or remove for network adapters and memory • Integration services delivered through Windows Update • Linux Secure Boot • Production checkpoints • Virtual machine configuration file format • Virtual machine configuration version
Windows Server Containers and Docker in Hyper-V • Virtual machines provide hardware virtualization • Containers provide operating system virtualization: • Isolated namespace • Controlled access to hardware • Benefits of containers: • Faster startup and restarts • High deployment density • Docker is the management software for containers • Hyper-V containers provide greater isolation
Windows Server Containers and Docker in Hyper-V Containers Hyper-V Containers Hardware Windows Server 2016 Container Container Container Hardware Hypervisor Container Windows Server 2016 Windows Server 2016 Container
Lesson 2: Installing Hyper-V Prerequisites and requirements for installing Hyper-V Demonstration: Installing the Hyper-V role • Nested virtualization
Prerequisites and requirements for installing Hyper-V • Use Systeminfo.exe to verify that hardware requirements are met for Hyper-V • You must have sufficient resources in the host to meet the requirements of the virtual machines: • Processor • Memory • Storage • Network
Demonstration: Installing the Hyper-V role • In this demonstration, you will see how to install the Hyper-V server role
Nested virtualization • Enables a Hyper-V guest virtual machine to also be a Hyper-V host • Useful for development and test servers • Requirements: • At least 4 GB of static memory • Windows Server 2016 or Windows 10 host operating system • The Hyper-V host and guest virtual machines running Hyper-V must be the same build • Some features are not available in the guest virtual machine running Hyper-V
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