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The technologies behind Microsoft Hyper-V Cloud

The technologies behind Microsoft Hyper-V Cloud

Microsoft Hyper-V is a collection of multiple technologies running efficiently to form the basis of business private cloud space. It includes, hardware, software, management processes and business processes integration. Hence Hyper-V is the platform where your entire virtual infrastructure resides. Hyper-V is the virtualization platform and Hypervisor technology is software on which multiple virtual machines can run by controlling the hardware and allocating resources to each VM operating system.

The key to good virtualization is the hardware on which the virtual infrastructure is present. Constructing a virtual environment requires white-boxing approach. If a reliable hardware is not chosen for the virtual infrastructure, the infrastructure shall collapse. An optimized hardware is necessary with decent connecting of all pieces together. There are four core resource areas to Hyper – V: Processing, storage , memory, and networking. These four points combine together to produce private clouds under Hyper- V. Apart from these core concepts there is another side to Hyper- V and that is the management processes that run as the core business element on Virtual infrastructure.


Hyper-V Network Virtualization (HNV)

Hyper-V Network Virtualization (HNV)

Software Defined Network (SDN)

Hyper-V Network Virtualization using Network Virtualization Generic Routing Encapsulation (NVGRE)

Hyper-V Network virtualization provides a capability, in which multiple virtual networks (with overlapping IP addresses) run on the same physical network infrastructure and each virtual network operates and isolated from each other.

Core Concepts:
CA ==> PA (Mapping)
Customer Address : CA (Virtual Machine IP)
Provider Address : PA (Hyper-V Host IP)

Microsoft Hyper-V Network Virtualization virtualizes the VM networks by connecting each VM IP address (CA) with a corresponding physical IP address (PA) used on the actual packets on the wire.
Each VM packet is transformed (rewritten/encapsulated) from a CA packet to PA packet before the packet is actually transmitted onto the physical network, and is transformed back with matching rules from PA packet to CA packet before the packet is sent back to the destination virtual machine.

SDN/Network virtualization module operates on the packets based on the virtualization policy rules provisioned from management servers such as (SCVMM) OR Using PowerShell Scripts.


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