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Microsoft® Windows Server® with Hyper-V™ technology offers advanced server virtualization that enables the OS to act as a parent or host partition for child partitions and virtual machines.
Hyper-V was first introduced in Windows Server 2008, which included a release candidate version of Hyper-V. In June, 2008 Microsoft issued an update, which raised Hyper-V to a final or released version.
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Windows Server 2012 introduced newer versions of Hyper-V as well.
Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 Resources
Wikis and Blogs - Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012
Reference Architectures and Overviews - Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012
Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 Resources
Dell TechCenter Hyper-V Demo Videos - See Hyper-V and SCVMM in action!Hyper-V Server on DellTechCenter - A page with details about how to install and configure the FREE Hyper-V Server 2008
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 includes Hyper-V as a role that can be installed. It requires that either Intel VT or AMD-V hardware virtualization be enabled on the processor by selecting to enable hardware virtualization in the BIOS. The installation also requires a reboot. The server must first be installed with Windows Server 2008. After the OS is installed the Hyper-V role is installed through the Add Roles wizard from Server Manager. Note that Hyper-V as shipped with Windows Server 2008 is not the final released version. To update Hyper-V to the final-release version, downloaded this update from Microsoft and apply it. A reboot is required after installing this patch.