Hyper V

Hits: 2191

The Hyper-V server role in Windows Server lets you create a virtualized server computing environment where you can create and manage virtual machines. You can run multiple operating systems on one physical computer and isolate the operating systems from each other. With this technology, you can improve the efficiency of your computing resources and free up your hardware resources.


Did you know that Microsoft Azure provides similar functionality in the cloud? Learn more about Microsoft Azure virtualization solutions.

Create a hybrid virtualization solution in Microsoft Azure:
- Learn about running virtual machines in Microsoft Azure
- Move VM’s between Hyper-V and Microsoft Azure
- Move VMware, AWS, Hyper-V and Physical Servers to Microsoft Azure

The following table lists the topics in the Hyper-V documentation library for the Hyper-V role in Windows Server and provides links to other information resources, including downloadable content, blogs, videos and a contact link you can use to ask questions and provide feedback.

Writers update articles on a continuous basis as new information becomes available and as users provide feedback.