Virtualization Jumpstart Lecture 3:
- Creating virtual machines
- Virtual machine hardware, and virtual machine files
- Deploying a virtual machine – Introduction to the virtualised data centre
- Components of the virtualised data centre
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Virtualization in Windows Server is one of the foundational technologies required to create your software defined infrastructure. Along with networking and storage, virtualization features deliver the flexibility you need to power workloads for your customers.
Many versions of Windows 10 include the Hyper-V virtualization technology. Hyper-V enables running virtualized computer systems on top of a physical host. These virtualized systems can be used and managed just as if they were physical computer systems, however they exist in virtualized and isolated environment. Special software called a hypervisor manages access between the virtual systems and the physical hardware resources. Virtualization enables quick deployment of computer systems, a way to quickly restore systems to a previously known good state, and the ability to migrate systems between physical hosts.
The following documents detail the Hyper-V feature in Windows 10, provide a guided quick start, and also contain links to further resources and community forums.