Many of the new features require the basic usage of PowerShell. You’ll find them documented throughout this eBook as examples of features that allow IT Professionals to leverage Hyper-V PowerShell scripts in their own environments.

We will dive deeper into Containers technology which takes the foundation that server virtualization provides to the next level by allowing the kernel of the operating system to create multiple isolated user-space application instances, instead of one. We’ll discuss the difference between Windows Server Containers and Hyper-V Containers, the way they are deployed, managed and function. And we will not miss the relationship of Microsoft Windows Server Containers and Docker, because you already know that Docker and Microsoft are working together to provide the same consistent experience across both the Linux and Windows ecosystem.

The goal of this eBook is to provide the necessary tools to successfully test, and eventually manage, a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V environment.