TechEd: What’s new in Hyper-V 2012 R2 (MDC-B330)This is the f irst session of the week f ocused entirely on the new f eatu...
Dif f erence between generation 1 and generation 2 VMs: No ISA, no com ports, no PS/2 ports, nof loppy, etc. Simplif ies V...
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ความสามารถ Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V R2 ใหม่

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ความสามารถ Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V R2 ใหม่
TechEd: What’s new in Hyper-V 2012 R2 (MDC-B330)

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ความสามารถ Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V R2 ใหม่

  1. 1. TechEd: What’s new in Hyper-V 2012 R2 (MDC-B330)This is the f irst session of the week f ocused entirely on the new f eatures in Hyper-V 2012 R2, due outlater this year. Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 saw monumental changes f rom prior versions, which wereneeded to keep up with the competition. Hyper-V in WS 2012 R2 builds on the prior f unctionality with somebig enhancements, just a year later.Windows Azure uses the stock Windows Server 2012 Hyper-VComplete virtual machine compatibility between on prem Hyper-V and Azure IaaSHyper-V 2012 R2Generation 2 VMsLegacy f ree (no BIOS) but uses UEFIMany emulated devices removedBoots f rom virtual SCSI or synthetic network adaptersEnables UEFI secure boot standardSupported Guest OS: 64-bit Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, 64-bit Windows 8.1, Windows Server2012 R2You can run Gen1 and Gen2 VMs side by sideGen1 VMs are not going anywhere anytime soonNo perf ormance improvements on Gen2 VMs, except booting is 20% f aster and OS install is about50% f aster.Big advantage is booting of f a virtual SCSI or network controller instead of IDE deviceAutomatic ActivationZero touch activation of VMsAutomatically activated according to the hosting environmentGets its activation inf ormation f rom the Hyper-V hostNot tied to type of activation method (OEM, VL, etc.)The VM does not have the product key in itOnly supported f or Windows Server 2012 R2 VMs (no prior versions)Demos:
  2. 2. Dif f erence between generation 1 and generation 2 VMs: No ISA, no com ports, no PS/2 ports, nof loppy, etc. Simplif ies VM hardware conf iguration.Showed the ability to enable secure boot f or VMsEnhanced virtual machine connection – Supports rich text copy and paste in and out of VMs. Cut andpaste f iles in and out of VMs.VM console now supports audio redirection as wellVM connect now uses remote desktop services, so you can do smart cards, f older redirection, plusUSB support.Full support f or these f eatures on Windows 8.1 Hyper-V, and are enabled by def ault. Disabled bydef ault on server f or security, but can easily enable per-host.Zero-downtime upgradeLive migrate virtual machine f rom Windows Server 2012 to Windows Server 2012 R2Includes shared nothing live migrationMore new FeaturesOnline VHDX resize (expand, shrink, compact)Increase or decrease the size of virtual disks while the VM is runningLive machine export (clone a running VM)VMs with snapshots and other settings can be migrated without intervention to 2012 R2 (no moredraconian procedures)Live migration with compression – def ault option (1/3 f aster than w/o in his demo)Live migration using RDMA (SMB Direct) – Uses less CPU than a standard Live MigrationFaster live migration – 10Gb or less then use compression. Over 10Gb, use SMB/SMB DirectEnhanced Linux Guest SupportFull dynamic memory supportOnline backup with f ilesystem consistency (VSS-like f unctionality on Linux)Online VHDX resizeNew video driverLinux has and will continue to run very well on Hyper-VYou can use any enterprise solution that backups up Hyper-V and get f ull Linux support automaticallyMicrosof t claims they of f er the most Linux support of any hypervisor, since the competition can’t do
  3. 3. VSS-like Linux backupsMicrosof t releases the hypervisor integration pack with a GPL license to the open source communityAdditional FeaturesStorage QoSAbility to conf igure min/max IOPS on a per-VM basisGuest Clustering with shared virtual disks. No need f or ISCSI, f ibre channel SAN, or block storage.Can be done with SMB, or cluster in a box.Hyper-V Replica Disaster RecoveryExtended replication (tertiary copies)Replication f requency has 30 seconds, 5 minutes and 15 minute intervalsExample: On-prem replicated to hoster, then host replicates it elsewhereExample: f irst hop within prem, then second hop to hoster/Azure

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