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Hyper-V in Windows 8

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  • VM MobilityScalability
  • Virtual Fibre Channel Support, where each VM can have up to 4 virtual Fibre Channel host adapters, and direct access to SAN LUNs using Multi-Path I/O (MPIO)VM boot support from fiber channel and iSCSI SANs
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    • 1. Hyper-V In Windows 8 Lai Yoong Seng MVP Virtual Machine www.ms4u.info laiys@redynamics.com
    • 2. Session Objective and KeyTakeaway • Hyper-V ImprovementSession Objectives • Demo • Understand Hyper-V features in Key Takeaway Windows 8 • Journey to the Cloud
    • 3. Windows Server 8 is Cloud Optimized Virtualization a core part of “Windows 8 Server”
    • 4. Hyper-V in Windows 8 Data Protection Networking & Mobility Memory
    • 5. Data Protection Hyper-V in Windows 8
    • 6. Hyper-V Replica• Disaster Recovery Scenarios: – Planned, Unplanned and Test Failover – Pre-configuration for IP settings for primary/remote location• Key Features: – Seamless integration with Hyper-V and Clustering – Automatically handles all VM mobility scenarios (e.g. Live migration) – Supports heterogonous storage between primary and recovery
    • 7. Windows Backup Improvement Support VM Backup
    • 8. DemoWindows Server BackupHyper-V Replica Virtual Lai www.ms4u.info | laiys@redynamics.com
    • 9. Networking and Memory Hyper-V in Windows 8
    • 10. Less Congested Congested
    • 11. Traditional ContentionChallenges Management OS Management VM VM A VM C B Live Migration Storage Hyper-V Extensible Switch Clustering ! 1 Gbps
    • 12. Overprovisioning Challenges Management OS Management VM VM A VM C B Live Migration Storage Hyper-V Extensible Switch Clustering ! … 1 Gbps 1 Gbps
    • 13. Converging Fabric Challenges Management OS Management VM VM A VM C B Live Migration Storage Hyper-V Extensible Switch Clustering ! 10 Gbps
    • 14. Hyper-V QoS – BandwidthManagement Management VM VM OS 1 n Live Migration Storage Hyper-V virtual switch Management LBFO Team NIC Phy Phy NIC NIC• Maximum and Minimum Bandwidth
    • 15. Minimum Bandwidth Overview• Enforce bandwidth allocation  performance predictability• Redistribute unused bandwidth  high link 12 Gbps utilization 10 Gbps 4 Minimum 3 2 2Service Bandwidth 8 Gbps 4 4 6 Gbps 5 4 VM 1 3 Gbps 6 6 4 Gbps VM 2 4 Gbps 2 Gbps 5 5 3 3 2 2 VM 3 3 Gbps 8:00am 2:00pm 10:00pm
    • 16. Maximum Bandwidth for HostedVMs WAN links are expensive VM1 VM2 VM3 Cap VM throughput to to avoid bill shock <100Mb Hyper-V Extensible Switch LAN
    • 17. DemoBandwidth QOS Virtual Lai www.ms4u.info | laiys@redynamics.com
    • 18. Memory Improvement• Minimum memory configuration• Run time dynamic memory configuration
    • 19. Run Time Dynamic Memory• Problem:- Max 4GB of I need 24 GB Memory of RAM Critical cannot shutdown
    • 20. DemoDynamic Memory Improvement Virtual Lai www.ms4u.info | laiys@redynamics.com
    • 21. Mobility Hyper-V in Windows 8
    • 22. Mobility Live Migration Move running Multiple Without Shared VMs without Concurrent Live Storage cluster MigrationStorage Migration Guest clustering Import/Export Move virtual Use guestmachine storage clustering with Import Fix up with no iSCSI or downtime FibreChannel
    • 23. Shared StorageMORE DEPLOYMENT OPTIONS FOR HYPER-V External Storage Arrays iSCSI SAN Storage Remote File Servers FC SAN New for Windows 8 File Server SMB 2.2 New for Windows 8
    • 24. Virtual Machine Fibre Channel Hyper-V Hyper-V  New in Windows 8: Host Host FibreChannel into the guest. This gives customers another option for guest clustering. CSV  Hyper-V will use hardware offloads:  ODX  Trim External Storage Array
    • 25. Remote File Server Hyper-V Hyper-V Hyper-V supports file storage through Host Host the SMB protocol. This works in all scenarios, including planned/unplanned failover and live migration. You can cluster the file server for availability and scalability. Cross-cluster live migration requires remote file servers. File Server Requirements:  Requires updated protocol, SMB 2.2  Requires remote VSS for host based backup
    • 26. DemoLive Migration Improvement- Cluster Host- Stand Alone Host Virtual Lai www.ms4u.info | laiys@redynamics.com
    • 27. Let Recap…Data Networking MobilityProtection and Memory • Live Migration• Hyper-V Replica • Minimum & • Storage• Windows Backup Maximum Migration Improvement Bandwidth • Guest Clustering • Dynamic Memory • Import Fix Up Improvement
    • 28. Resources Windows 8 Official Blog http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/ Lai Blog’s – http://www.ms4u.info Join Virtualization Community Search “MVUG” @ Facebook
    • 29. Q&A Data Protection Networking & Memory MobilityQuestions & Answers Virtual Lai www.ms4u.info | laiys@redynamics.com

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