What is the difference between SAN and NAS ?

Introduction At first glance, NAS and SAN might seem almost identical, and in fact, many times either will work in a given situation. After all, both NAS and SAN generally use RAID connected to a network, which they are backed up onto tape. Almost any machine that can connect to the LAN (or is interconnected […]

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Connecting VM NAT with Hyper-V

When you work in VMware Player or Workstation, it is possible to connect a VM in NAT network level. But when you look at Hyper-V, this possibility isn’t integrated. So let’s see how we can work around to make the impossibility to possibility!

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The Types of Hypervisor

Introduction Type 1 Hypervisor Type 2 Hypervisor Hypervisors are increasingly present in enterprise architecture since the virtualization growth started and was quickly adapted by the industries. There are many solutions and more or less expensive, but when it comes to the hypervisor, there are only two types. Isn’t this surprising to you? Anyway, your server […]

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The Best Ways to Utilize Smart Paging in Hyper-V

Intro Previously we saw tutorial about Dynamic Memory in Hyper-V. Today, we will see Smart Paging in Hyper-V. We strongly advise you to consult this tutorial before coming to it in order to better understand it. We will now see what exactly Smart Paging is and its contribution in this explanatory tutorial. Details For information […]

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Hyper-V Dynamic Memory Best Practices

  Introduction: Hyper-V version 3 with Windows Server 2012 has a new feature which dynamically allocates memory (RAM) on a Windows virtual machine. What is that? And is it a complicated process? It is simple; it adds memory to a VM as needed up to a limit defined in the configuration. The dynamic addition is […]

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