-Run Measure-VM command in PowerShell to get a VM resource utilization report. Remember to enable this option in VM first.
-If you have a Hyper-V cluster, you can use Cluster Validation Wizard. Remember to run in occasionally after deploying the cluster.
-Try Windows Server 2016 nested virtualization. Keep it in mind for your upcoming upgrades.
-Stay tuned to Nano Server, the small operating system which provides four main functionalities: Hyper-V, failover clustering, file server and other storage functions and reverse application compatibility.
-If you’re often using Hyper-V, consider using Azure stack. It allows to run Azure services in your own datacenter and it has nearly everything most environments need.
UDS Enterprise is compatible with Hyper-V, enabling the deployment of virtual and physical desktops, applications and other Windows & Linux services with Microsoft’s hypervisor.
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