TechNet Radio: (Part 1) Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective - Managing Virtual Machine Hardware Resources

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Keith Mayer welcomes Andy Syrewicze, a Virtual Systems Administrator from Trivalent Group to the show as they kick off a multi-part series that examines Microsoft Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s perspective. In this episode they’ll showcase the differences between managing virtual machine hardware resources between the two.

  • [3:10] As an experienced VMware Admin, what’s some of the top capabilities that you look for in an enterprise-grade hypervisor
  • [4:55] Does VMware support Hot operations across ALL Guest Operating Systems that you use in your environment?
  • [8:30] DEMO: Hot-Add VM memory
  • [11:33] DEMO: Hot adjusting VM processor resources
  • [13:37] DEMO: How to Hot Add New Virtual Disks and Expand and Shrink Virtual Disks
  • [15:58] DEMO: Hot-Move VM to new Virtual Network
  • [17:58] DEMO: Hot-Add new virtual network port ACLs

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