The Hyper-V Security Guide provides IT professionals with guidance, instructions, and recommendations to address key security concerns about server virtualization.
Microsoft Hyper-V technology allows consolidation of workloads that are currently spread across multiple underutilized servers onto a smaller number of servers. This capability provides a way to reduce costs through lower hardware, energy, and management overhead while creating a more dynamic IT infrastructure.
The Hyper-V Security Guide can help you elevate the security of virtualized Windows Server environments to address your business-critical needs.
This guide focuses on three key areas:
- Hardening Hyper-V
- Delegating virtual machine management
- Protecting virtual machines