Load Balancing & High Availability

Last Updated on 6 Aug. 2014, Total: 8 Articles and Tutorials

How to properly load balance and create a highly available, fault tolerant Microsoft Hyper-V environment.

  1. Taking a Fresh Look at Hyper-V Clusters (Part 1)

    This article series examines improvements that Microsoft has made to failover clustering and to Hyper-V. Later in the series, I will show you how to implement failover clustering for your virtual machines... Read More

  2. VIDEO: How to configure Vmware DRS Rules

    A step by step guide to help you configure VMware DRS rules... Read More

  3. High-Availability Options with Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V

    How to implement a high-availability virtualization infrastructure using Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V... Read More

  4. Live Migration in Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V

    Taking a look at the Live Migration feature included in Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V... Read More

  5. Resource Allocation in Hyper-V (Part 4)

    This article concludes my series on resource allocation for virtual machines by talking about memory and hard disk allocation... Read More

  6. Resource Allocation in Hyper-V (Part 3)

    This article continues the resource allocation series by talking more about CPU allocation... Read More

  7. Resource Allocation in Hyper-V (Part 2)

    This article continues the series on resource allocation for virtual machines by examining CPU utilization, and talking about some of the challenges associated with obtaining accurate Performance Monitor readings in a virtual server environment... Read More

  8. Resource Allocation in Hyper-V (Part 1)

    Proper resource allocation is critical to effectively hosting virtual machines. This article series explains how it is done... Read More

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