Posts Tagged ‘hyper-v 3.0’

Managing Integration Services in Hyper-V 3

In the last post on Hyper-V 3 we touched on how to use virtual machine metering to measure VM resource usage in PowerShell. In this post we will look at the automation support now available for the Integration Services that run on virtual machines. What are integration services? Hyper-V Integration Services is a set of […]

The Connect-VM Cmdlet

Just realized that Tome did this a week ago. Oh well….I guess here is my version for reference. I like how we even named our cmdlets the same http://powertoe.wordpress.com/2012/03/13/powerbits-8-opening-a-hyper-v-console-from-powershell/ I’ve been playing with Windows Server 8 Hyper-V cmdlets a lot over the last week and one thing has bugged me. There is no cmdlet to […]

Windows 8 Server and Hyper-V 3.0 Resource Metering

In Windows 8 Server, Hyper-V can now track the resource usage of the virtual machine. As of the Developer Preview, this historical data is only available via PowerShell. In order to track a virtual machines resource usage we first need to enable resource metering for the virtual machine. To simply enable it for all machines […]