Managing how you share CPU, memory and storage resources is the key to avoiding performance problems in any virtual environment. Hyper-V environments are no different. This paper cover some lessons learned in years of experience managing capacity resources in a VMware environment and how those same techniques can be applied to a Hyper-V environment. “Since many of you are already familiar with VMware, we’ll be comparing Hyper-V to VMware. We’ll cover how to manage resources (CPU, memory storage and disk I/O) to obtain the maximum safe VM density, how to avoid performance bottlenecks, and how to compute how much capacity there is to add virtual machines for each host and cluster.”
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