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What is Coming in Hyper-V Vnext on Windows 8


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What is Coming in Hyper-V Vnext on Windows 8

  1. 1. What’s Coming in Hyper-VVnext on Windows 8 Lai Yoong Seng | Technical Consultant MVP Virtual Machine |
  2. 2. Session Objective and Takeaways• Objectives: • The Past, Present, Future • Key features of Hyper-V Vnext/ V3• Key Takeaways: • Cool features on Hyper-V Vnext/V3 Slid
  3. 3. The Past, Present, Future Features Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 Guest VM Only 32 bits VM Memory 3.6 GB per VM Support Virtual CPU 1 . No Multiprocessor support User Interface Web Interface
  4. 4. The Past, Present, Future Hyper-V Hyper-V Hyper-V R2 R2 SP1 • Live Migration • Dynamic • Hot add HDD Memory • RemoteFX
  5. 5. The Past, Present, Future Scalability Data Mobility ProtectionHyper-V Networking Storage & MemoryVNext
  6. 6. Scalability DataMobility Protection Networking & Memory Storage
  7. 7. Scalability Up to 160 Up to 2TB 32 nodes &Host processor on memory on 4000 VM in a host host cluster Up to 512 GBVM Up to 32 Vcpu RAM
  8. 8. Teaming  NIC teaming works out of the box. Build systems with multiple NICs.  NIC teaming works either in the root or the guest. Network Team Virtual NIC Guest Virtual NIC Virtual NICGuest Virtual Switch Virtual Switch Virtual Switch Network Team Physical NIC Physical NIC Physical NIC Physical NICParent Parent
  9. 9. Scalability DataMobility Protection Networking & Memory Storage
  10. 10. Hyper-V Replica Replicate 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
  11. 11. Hyper-V Replica
  12. 12. Scalability DataMobility Protection Networking & Memory Storage
  13. 13. Introducing VHDXTHE NEW DEFAULT FORMAT FOR HYPER-V IN WINDOWS 8 Support up to Support larger Improved 16 TB block size Performance Improved Corruption resistance
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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 External Storage Array  Trim
  16. 16. Remote File Server Hyper-V supports file storage Hyper-V Hyper-V through the SMB protocol. This Host Host 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
  17. 17. Virtual Machine Snapshots Great for capturing a point in time Testers can record exact situation for bug repro and continue Testers can replay a scenario over and over Waiting for snapshot merge is a thing of the past
  18. 18. VM Snapshot
  19. 19. Scalability DataMobility Protection Networking & Memory Storage
  20. 20. Less Congested Congested
  21. 21. Traditional Contention Challenges Management OS VM VM A VM C B Hyper-V Extensible Switch ! 1 Gbps23
  22. 22. Overprovisioning Challenges Management OS VM VM A VM C B Hyper-V Extensible Switch ! … 1 Gbps 1 Gbps24
  23. 23. Converging Fabric Challenges Management OS VM VM A VM C B Hyper-V Extensible Switch ! 10 Gbps25
  24. 24. 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
  25. 25. Minimum Bandwidth Overview • Enforce bandwidth allocation  performance predictability • Redistribute unused bandwidth  high link 12 Gbps utilization 10 Gbps 4 Minimum 3 2 2 Service 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 10:00pm27
  26. 26. Maximum Bandwidth for Hosted VMs WAN links are expensive VM1 VM2 VM3 Cap VM throughput to to avoid bill shock <100Mb Hyper-V Extensible Switch LAN28
  27. 27. Bandwidth Management
  28. 28. Memory Improvement Minimum memory configuration Run time dynamic memory configuration
  29. 29. Minimum Memory
  30. 30. Scalability DataMobility Protection Networking & Memory Storage
  31. 31. Mobility Live MigrationMove running Multiple VMs within SMB Live Concurrent and across Migration Live Migration clustersStorage migration Guest clustering Maintain a Hyper-V ReplicaMove virtual Use guest warm standby machine clustering with system forstorage with iSCSI or disasterno downtime FibreChannel recovery
  32. 32. Storage Migration
  33. 33. Let Recap Built for the Future Scalability Data Mobility Hyper-V Protection VNext Networking & Memory Storage
  34. 34. Questions & Answers Lai Yoong Seng |
  35. 35. ResourcesLai Blog’s – Virtualization & System Join Malaysia Virtualization User Group Go Facebook & Search “MVUG”Windows 8 Official Blog
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