Mastering Hyper-V 2012 R2 with System Center and Windows Azure (häftad)
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Mastering Hyper-V 2012 R2 with System Center and Windows Azure (häftad)

Mastering Hyper-V 2012 R2 with System Center and Windows Azure

Häftad Engelska, 2014-05-30
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This book will help you understand the capabilities of Microsoft Hyper-V, architect a Hyper-V solution for your datacenter, plan a deployment/migration, and then manage it all using native tools and System Center. Coverage also includes hybrid cloud scenarios specifically with Windows Azure to complete the full virtualization piece of providing data both on premise and off premise. In addition, you will explore the Windows Azure capabilities for virtual machines and managing a hybrid cloud, including Windows Azure s Internet as a Service (IaaS) and storage capabilities, how seamless management is possible with PowerShell and System Center, plus how Azure Storage can play a part in a company s complete solution. Key topics covered include: virtualization fundamentals, network virtualization, storage configuration, Hyper-V management and maintenance, failover clustering and migration, Hyper-V replica and cloud orchestration, private cloud implementation, Azure IaaS, Azure storage, managing with PowerShell, Hyper-V decoding, and Windows Server 2012 R2 integration.
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John Savill is a Windows technical specialist, an 11-time MVP, and an MCSE for Private Cloud and Server Infrastructure 2012. He s also ITIL certified and a CISSP. John is the author of the popular FAQ for Windows and a senior contributing editor to Windows IT Pro, as well as the author of Microsoft Virtualization Secrets (Wiley). John speaks at leading industry events and blogs at


Introduction xix Chapter 1 Introduction to Virtualization and Microsoft Solutions 1 The Evolution of the Datacenter 1 One Box, One Operating System 1 How Virtualization Has Changed the Way Companies Work and Its Key Values 5 History of Hyper-V 10 Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Features 12 Windows Server 2008 R2 Changes 13 Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 15 Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Changes 16 Windows Server 2012 R2 21 Licensing of Hyper-V 23 One Operating System (Well, Two, but Really One) 24 Choosing the Version of Hyper-V 26 The Role of System Center with Hyper-V 27 System Center Confi guration Manager 28 System Center Virtual Machine Manager and App Controller 28 System Center Operations Manager 28 System Center Data Protection Manager 29 System Center Service Manager 29 System Center Orchestrator 30 Clouds and Services 30 The Bottom Line 32 Chapter 2 Virtual Machine Resource Fundamentals 35 Understanding VMBus 35 The Anatomy of a Virtual Machine 38 Generation 1 Virtual Machine 39 Generation 2 Virtual Machine 44 Processor Resources 47 Virtual Processor to Logical Processor Scheduling 49 Processor Assignment 52 NUMA Support 57 Memory Resources 60 Virtual Storage 67 VHD 67 VHDX 69 Creating a Virtual Hard Disk 70 Pass-Through Storage 72 The Bottom Line 72 Chapter 3 Virtual Networking 75 Virtual Switch Fundamentals 75 Three Types of Virtual Switch 75 Creating a Virtual Switch 78 Extensible Switch 80 VLANs and PVLANS 83 Understanding VLANs 83 VLANs and Hyper-V 86 PVLANs 87 How SCVMM Simplifies Networking with Hyper-V 91 SCVMM Networking Architecture 92 Deploying Networking with SCVMM 2012 R2 97 Network Virtualization 112 Network Virtualization Overview 112 Implementing Network Virtualization 117 Useful Network Virtualization Commands 119 Network Virtualization Gateway 124 Summary 131 VMQ, RSS, and SR-IOV 132 SR-IOV 132 DVMQ 136 RSS and vRSS 138 NIC Teaming 141 Host Virtual Adapters and Types of Networks Needed in a Hyper-V Host 143 Types of Guest Network Adapters 147 Monitoring Virtual Traffic 150 The Bottom Line 152 Chapter 4 Storage Configurations 153 Storage Fundamentals and VHDX 153 Types of Controllers 156 Common VHDX Maintenance Actions 157 Performing Dynamic VHDX Resize 159 Storage Spaces and Windows as a Storage Solution 160 Server Message Block (SMB) Usage 166 SMB Technologies 166 Using SMB for Hyper-V Storage 172 iSCSI with Hyper-V 173 Using the Windows iSCSI Target 175 Using the Windows iSCSI Initiator 177 Considerations for Using iSCSI 178 Understanding Virtual Fibre Channel 178 Leveraging Shared VHDX 186 Data Deduplication and Hyper-V 188 Storage Quality of Service 189 SAN Storage and SCVMM 191 The Bottom Line 193 Chapter 5 Managing Hyper-V 195 Installing Hyper-V 195 Using Configuration Levels 197 Enabling the Hyper-V Role 198 Actions after Installation of Hyper-V .200 Deploying Hyper-V Servers with SCVMM 202 Hyper-V Management Tools 203 Using Hyper-V Manager 205 Core Actions Using PowerShell 210 Securing the Hyper-V Server 214 Creating and Managing a Virtual Machine 214 Creating and Using Hyper-V Templates 219 Hyper-V Integration Services and Supported Operating Systems 229 Migrating Physical Servers and Virtual Machines to Hyper-V Virtual Machines 233 Upgrading and Migrating from Previous Versions 236 Stand-Alone Hosts 237 Clusters 237 The Bottom Line 241 Chapter 6 Maintaining a Hyper-V Environment 243 Patch Planning and Implementation 243 Leveraging WSUS 244 Patching Hyper-V Clusters 245 Malware Configurations 248 Backup Planning 249 Defragmentation with Hyper-V 252 Using Checkpoints 254 Using Service Templates 258 Performance Tuning and Monitoring with H