Okay, so let's have a look at hyper V on a client desktop. So it started with Windows eight s. Oh, it's it's It's a built in component off the professional and enterprise editions off the Windows desktop operating systems. You don't have to pay for it. It's not like you have to kind of get a more Julen install it
the way it works. Basically, you would install it from the optional features section, which I will show you later on how to do that
Very, very simple. Take you literally about 30 seconds to have it fully up and running. It will need a reboot of your PC, though. So if you are intended to do this, do it afterwards of mice will miss out on the course eso Otherwise you have to reboot the machine and you might miss out on something else, but yes, hyper V.
So it has the following limitations. It does require
second level address translation also in a slat hyper V server
only recommends it. So if you're running an actual server for hyper V, you don't have to have second level address translation. What this means is it can actually address different items or memory usage within its own virtualized self. So you have your physical memory, and it kind of allows a virtual machine to plug in
to that memory or whatever it might be.
And if that kind of that slapped system isn't there, it means that that it won't be ableto past data backwards and forwards, and then it will have problems. Hyper V Server has a slightly different architecture, which means it can actually compensate for that if you don't have that system in place. Already,
the client play Pervy also doesn't have clustering or replication. Clustering is where you can put lots of service together so you can't put three Windows 10 machines together, running client hyper V and turn them into a farm that won't work.
it also won't do replication. So if you have, if I have this Windows 10 machine that I'm streaming to, you guys are on, then I have another Windows 10 machine on the other side of the room. I can't replicate my virtual machine over there. They don't have that capability.
I also can't migrate. I can, however, export. So if I want to move a machine from this machine A virtual machines, very from this physical machine to another physical machine. I can export it. It will pause it and save it in that environment that it was at the time of the export on. Then I can
put it on a DVD. I can put it. I can't send across the network into a file share.
However, I want to get it across, give it to other machine, and they can import it in. So that is possible. You just can't do, like, live migrations and that kind of thing, which is a shame on also, we've just been talking about it. The client version doesn't have S r O V support. Unfortunately, it's it really is a powerful bit of hardware. If you can get it working
on doll so it doesn't support virtual fiber channels.
It can still use fibre channel attached storage. But it won't. You can actually create five channels Virtual fibre channel should I say on the client version. So this is only if you like running Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. You won't be able to do that, unfortunately,
and there's also no remote FX remote effects. We are gonna be looking at it in the options very shortly.
But effectively, what remote effects does is it gives you the ability. If you have a graphics card in the machine s O, this will only work in a server. Let's say, because in this machine I have a GTX 9 80 I believe it is, Yes, a dine 80.
You could tell him a PC game s Oh, I wish it was a 10 80 But you've got the 9 18 here. I can't actually allow the virtual machine to use the power of the graphics card in order to do things. I can't do that on a server if I was deployed the graphics card into the server handy if you're doing, like any kind of,
folding type start for if you ever seen those kind of where people are like doing Bitcoin mining or if they're doing like folding at home trying to map the human genome, they can run virtual machines where they have these graphics cards well slotted in,
and they're being used by the virtual machines around with just one physical server,
quite handy little system.
There is one major distinction for hyper V Among hyper desktop piper visors, it is a type one hyper visor, whereas almost all others are type to S O. A type to hyper visor is effectively an application that runs inside your operating system.
It's subject to the same treatment as other operating system. So what this means is
you if you're if you're running a type to hyper visor, it means that that environment, that virtual environment
is going to be treated as if it was just another application like outlook or even, let's say, destiny to that allows the machine to effectively just treat it like an application so it can. It will allocate memory to it. It will manage everything for
a type one will have more control over the actual physical hardware, and it'll be able to request physical hardly to help. It s o. The actual root operating system decides when a type to hyper visor is allowed to access a resource. So if my operating system says no, you're not having it.
That type to hyper visor is just gonna go. I can't grab hold of it, and it will just
stop effectively. It will deal with what it's got and it will be able to grab any more. And that's a massive difference because the type one hyper visor means that it basically plugs directly into the physical. Hardware allows the interface to be at the hardware level much more responsive,
a lot quicker to gain. Resource is when it needs,
you have less problems. Overall,
tattoos tend to be a little more uneven in terms of performance on dhe. It will affect the route operating system, because if the operating system is having to deal with lots of requests from a type two,
it's not being able to deal with everything else that is being asked to run a CZ. Well,
where is it? It's like one
you have. The operating system shifts to one side, and the type one hyper visor sits right next to the operates. Its kind of having a body next to you in your cubicle on you're just kind of working together rather than me being the boss of my body and saying he's asking me, or can I have another sheet of paper? No, that's been enough. I'm trying to work. Please leave me alone.
That's kind of the analogy of its surrounding it.
for the purposes here, client hyper V provides a much smoother performance profile. It also comes completely free is a building component that requires absolutely no download, no purchase, no update process. It's all built into the operating system itself,
s so that's just something to keep in mind there.