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New eBook: Supercharging Hyper-V Performance

Keeping a healthy infrastructure and avoiding unnecessary problems doesn’t have to be super complex. You can get better performance out of your system without spending a lot of time and money on upgrades, but rather focus getting the most out of what you have.

If you’re a system administrator who’s looking to get better performance on your Hyper-V environment that won’t cut into your weekends and family time, we’ve got a great new eBook for you:

Supercharging Hyper-V Performance for the Time-strapped Admin by Paul Schnackenburg

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Grab your copy here:
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Here’s what you can expect from this eBook:

  1. A practical guide to finding and fixing issues in storage, CPU, memory, and network components
  2. Instructions on how to use Windows Performance Monitor and PAL to monitor your virtualized environment
  3. Advice on how to plan hosts, VMs, storage, networking and management for maximum performance.

We’ve set up a table of contents page to help you navigate sections if you are an experienced system administrator. Alternatively if you are a relatively new to Hyper-V infrastructures you can work your way through the whole guide for a complete overview. It’s up to you!

We hope this guide gets you closer to a healthier Hyper-V environment!