Microsoft Hyper-V provides several features and services that help IT administrators manage virtual resources, such as high availability and shielded VMs. It enables admins to run many VMs at one time, and live migrations are generally a simple task.
Though the advantages of Hyper-V are numerous, there are some disadvantages that can cause problems, especially for those who might not be as familiar with the technology. For example, if an admin needs to execute a security update reboot while using Hyper-V, every single VM must be offline before updating; missing this step can cause issues. Before using Hyper-V, learn the ins and outs of the technology to simplify both use and management.
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