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  • Hyper-V is a hypervisor-based virtualization technology for x64 versions of Windows Server 2008 onward. The hypervisor is the processor-specific virtualization platform that allows multiple isolated operating systems to share a single hardware platform.

    Hyper-V supports isolation in terms of a partition. A partition is a logical unit of isolation, supported by the hypervisor, in which operating systems execute. The Microsoft hypervisor must have at least one parent, or root, partition, running Windows Server 2008 64-bit Edition or later Operating System. The virtualization stack runs in the parent partition and has direct access to the hardware devices. The root partition then creates the child partitions which host the guest operating systems. A root partition creates child partitions using the hypercall application programming interface (API).

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  • Hyper-V is virtualization technology.

    Md. shams


    Tuesday, August 13, 2013 11:23 AM
  • Hyper-V is a hypervisor-based virtualization technology for x64 versions of Windows Server 2008 onward. The hypervisor is the processor-specific virtualization platform that allows multiple isolated operating systems to share a single hardware platform.

    Hyper-V supports isolation in terms of a partition. A partition is a logical unit of isolation, supported by the hypervisor, in which operating systems execute. The Microsoft hypervisor must have at least one parent, or root, partition, running Windows Server 2008 64-bit Edition or later Operating System. The virtualization stack runs in the parent partition and has direct access to the hardware devices. The root partition then creates the child partitions which host the guest operating systems. A root partition creates child partitions using the hypercall application programming interface (API).

    Hope this helps.

     

    Regards,

    Charbel Nemnom (UAE MVP)

    MCSE, MCS, MCSA, MCP, MVP

    Blog: www.charbelnemnom.com

     

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    Saturday, October 10, 2015 11:58 AM