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Hyper-V vNext

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Slides from a session on Hyper-V in Windows Server 2016 at Advanced Technology Days 11 in Croatia.

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Hyper-V vNext

  1. 1. Advanced Technology Days 18. i 19. studenog 2015., Cinestar Arena Centar
  2. 2. Hyper-V vNext Tomica Kaniški, Vipnet tomica@kaniski.eu
  3. 3. Hyper-V Manager improvements • WinRM connection (instead of WMI in previous versions) • support for alternate credentials ‐ CredSSP needs to be enabled on the server and client • use IP address to connect to a Hyper-V host • ability to manage downlevel versions of Hyper-V (2012 and 2012 R2) from the new/same Hyper-V Manager Console
  4. 4. VM version/upgrade • new VM version (not generation!) – 6.0/6.2/7.0 ‐ Windows Server 2012 R2 VMs were 5.0 • Hyper-V will not automatically upgrade VMs • upgrading a virtual machine is a manual operation that is separate from upgrading the host • individual virtual machines can be moved back to earlier versions, until they have been manually upgraded ‐ Update-VMConfigurationVersion ‐ or GUI, of course 
  5. 5. Configuration file changes • new virtual machine configuration file ‐ binary format for efficient performance at scale ‐ resilient logging for changes ‐ new file extensions  .VMCX and .VMRS
  6. 6. Integration services • drivers (integration services) delivered directly to the guest operating system via Windows Update • no vmguest.iso anymore… • however, keep one copy local, just to be safe (and for upgrades/isolated environments) 
  7. 7. Runtime memory resize • dynamic memory was/is a great feature, but… • now you can increase and decrease the memory assigned to virtual machines while they are running
  8. 8. Network adapters • hot add/remove of network adapters ‐ network adapters can be added and removed from (Generation 2) virtual machines while they are running • network adapter naming ‐ you can name individual network adapters in the virtual machine settings – and see the same name inside the guest operating system (hosting, service providers) ‐ (host) Add-VMNetworkAdapter -VMName "ATD11_Upgraded" -SwitchName "LAN" -Name "ATD11_Public" -Passthru | Set-VMNetworkAdapter -DeviceNaming On ‐ (guest) Get-NetAdapterAdvancedProperty | ?{$_.DisplayName -eq "Hyper-V Network Adapter Name"} | select Name, DisplayValue
  9. 9. Linux & Secure Boot • Secure Boot support for Linux ‐ kernel code integrity protections for Linux guest operating systems (Ubuntu 14.04 and later, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12)  Set-VMFirmware "Ubuntu" -SecureBootTemplate MicrosoftUEFICertificateAuthority
  10. 10. Production checkpoints • two kinds of checkpoints – Standard and Production ‐ Standard delivers the same "legacy" experience you had in Windows Server 2012 R2 ‐ "new one" (Production) is fully supported for production environments • you can choose which to use or turn them off completely • uses VSS instead of Saved State to create checkpoint • restoring a checkpoint is just like restoring a system backup • "ON" by default!
  11. 11. Cluster OS Rolling Upgrade • easily upgrade a Hyper-V or Scale-Out File Server failover cluster (without downtime or "migration") • stop the Cluster-Aware Updating role, drain and remove nodes and replace them with new ones • when it's all done – pass the "point of no return" (i.e. upgrade the cluster itself) by using PowerShell cmdlet Update-ClusterFunctionalLevel
  12. 12. PowerShell Direct • run commands inside VM directly through VMbus (no network needed!)
  13. 13. Other improvements (1) • Nested Virtualization ‐ perfect for demos, training and… Azure  ‐ run Hyper-V (and your entire datacenter ) inside a single virtual machine • Hot-Add disks to Hyper-V Replica ‐ any new disk added to a VM being replicated gets added to the not- replicated set -> replication continues and everything resynchronizes • new Shared VHDX format (VHDS) ‐ can be resized while "online"
  14. 14. Other improvements (2) • Virtual TPM & Shielded VMs ‐ encrypt the contents of your VMs using BitLocker for secure hosting outside of your datacenter (cloud?) ‐ with Shielded Virtual Machines enable you to run VMs only in fabrics that are designated as owners of that virtual machines • Host Resource Protection ‐ dynamically identifies “rough” virtual machines and reduces their resource allocation (Azure feature) • Storage Replica ‐ replicated storage for files or VMs, within the same cluster or to another one
  15. 15. Other improvements (3) • Virtual Machine Storage Resiliency ‐ storage fabric outages no longer mean that virtual machines crash – they get paused and resumed automatically in response to storage fabric problems ‐ Virtual Machine gets paused until the storage comes back or fails over • Virtual Machine Cluster Resiliency ‐ virtual machines running on the node that fell out of the cluster are kept alive until the node joins back into the cluster ‐ if the cluster node does not come back within four minutes, the virtual machines failover to another Hyper-V node
  16. 16. Other improvements (4) • Windows and Hyper-V Containers ‐ operating system-level virtualization within environment that has its own process and network space, instead of creating full virtual machines  Romeo Mlinar, 17:05 (D5) • Nano Server ‐ new installation option of Windows Server, fully optimized for large scale deployments, automation and remote administration  Tomica Kaniški (), 16:25 (D5)
  17. 17. THANK YOU! http://blog.kaniski.eu/ tomica@kaniski.eu Session content • http://1drv.ms/1QsYodM

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