I ran across a couple of great tools on the web to help you with Hyper-V. The first is a Solution Accelerator called VSA
Microsoft Virtualization Solution Accelerators
Take the first steps toward the cloud with Virtualization Solution Accelerators. These free, automated tools and proven guidance will help you to assess your current infrastructure, plan and design new infrastructure pieces, secure server roles, and deploy virtualization technologies.
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Plan for Virtualization with Solution Accelerators
- Take advantage of Virtualization and Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V technology to consolidate workloads, minimize operational costs, and maximize planning flexibility with the MAP Toolkit for Hyper-V.
- The Infrastructure Planning and Design (IPD) Guide Series provides concise planning guidance for Microsoft Virtualization solutions. Check out these Virtualization-focused IPD Guides:
- Selecting the Right Virtualization Technology
- Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6
Virtualization deployment resources
- Elevate the security of virtualized Windows Server environments to address business-critical needs with the Hyper-V Security Guide.
The other one is a excel spreadsheet written by Aidan Finn on his blog
he built this spreadsheet to look at RAM, Disk, Clustering and CPU needed for Hyper-V interesting resource