What are the required parts for Hyper-V to work?

What are the required parts for Hyper-V to work?

The required parts include Windows hypervisor, Hyper-V Virtual Machine Management Service, the virtualization WMI provider, the virtual machine bus (VMbus), virtualization service provider (VSP) and virtual infrastructure driver (VID). Hyper-V also has tools for management and connectivity.

What are the minimum CPU requirements for running Hyper-V on a machine choose all that apply?

Explanation : The minimum CPU requirement for running Hyper-V is a x64-based processor (Itanium is not supported), hardware Data Execution Protection must be enabled, and hardware-assisted virtualization must be enabled. There is no minimum requirement for a dual-core processor.

How do I check Hyper-V requirements?

You can check system hardware for Hyper-V requirements using the Systeminfo.exe and Coreinfo.exe tools. As you can see in Figure A, Systeminfo.exe lists information like VM Monitor Mode Extensions, Virtualization Enabled In Firmware, Second Level Address Translation (SLAT) and Data Execution Prevention Available.

What is Hyper-V failover cluster?

What is Hyper-V failover cluster? Failover cluster is a set of several similar Hyper-V servers (called nodes), which can be specifically configured to work together, so that one node can take the load (VMs, services, processes) if another one goes down or if there is a disaster.

What is Hyper-V Replica?

Hyper-V Replica is an integral part of the Hyper-V role. It contributes to your disaster recovery strategy by replicating virtual machines from one Hyper-V host server to another to keep your workloads available. Hyper-V Replica creates a copy of a live virtual machine to a replica offline virtual machine.

How do I use Hyper-V on a failover cluster with two nodes?

To use the Hyper-V role on a failover cluster with two nodes, you need the hardware, software, accounts, and network infrastructure that are outlined in the sections that follow.

How do I migrate a Hyper-V virtual machine to a new cluster?

If you import a virtual machine using Hyper-V Manager, you can make the imported virtual machine highly available on the new cluster by using the High Availability Wizard in Failover Cluster Manager, or by using the Windows PowerShell Add-ClusterVirtualMachineRole cmdlet. In Hyper-V Manager, verify that the FailoverTest virtual machine is selected.

How do I route traffic on a Hyper-V cluster using PowerShell?

To do this, use the Set-VMNetworkAdapter Windows PowerShell cmdlet. The following Windows PowerShell script shows an example of how you can route traffic on a Hyper-V cluster through one Hyper-V external virtual switch. The example uses two physical 10 GB network adapters that are teamed by using the NIC Teaming feature.

What makes a Hyper-V virtual machine highly available?

For a virtual machine to be highly available, all members of the Hyper-V cluster must be able to access the virtual machine state. This includes the configuration state and the virtual hard disks. To meet this requirement, you must have shared storage.