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Hyper-V is a native hypervisor for x86-64 systems, enabling platform virtualization. It is a Microsoft product that comes in two forms. One form is Hyper-V as a standalone product, known as Hyper-V Server (Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 is the latest version). The other form is as a role to be installed in Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, or the x64 version of Window 8 Pro. No matter what form it takes, Hyper-V gives you the services and tools required to create a virtualized server environment.
Hyper-V creates a cost-effective, stable and productive server virtualization environment by running multiple operating systems, such as Windows, Linux, and more, in parallel on one server.
Some of the business benefits of installing Hyper-V include:
VMmanager automatically creates KVM based virtual machines. It provides flexible features to control and manage virtual infrastructure.
The free version of VMmanager comes without any features limits for 30 days.
Modern interface. VMmanager has a user-friendly interface and smart UX so it’s very easy to solve pretty any task with it. Just check it out and be surprised how intuitive it is!
Stability and security. VMmanager gets new security updates every week. The team of developers from ISPsystem is constantly working on improving the user experience, maximizing stability and security of the overall system.
Statistics and monitoring. You can monitor the performance of virtual machines over a certain period by specific parameters. Load statistics are collected every 15 minutes.
Integrations with billing platforms. VMmanager is integrated with popular billing platforms BILLmanager and WHMCS. They allow automizing provisioning of VPS services to your clients.
Hyper-V is ranked 4th in Server Virtualization Software with 39 reviews while ISPsystem VMmanager is ranked 13th in Server Virtualization Software. Hyper-V is rated 7.6, while ISPsystem VMmanager is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Hyper-V writes "It's a low-cost solution that enabled us to shrink everything down into a single server ". On the other hand, Hyper-V is most compared with KVM, Proxmox VE, VMware vSphere and Oracle VM VirtualBox, whereas ISPsystem VMmanager is most compared with Proxmox VE and VMware vSphere.
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