Comparatif Hyper-V vs vSphere

Une publication intéressante sur ITPro qui pose un comparatif des solutions de virtualisation Microsoft Hyper-V et vSphere de VMware.

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Tableau de comparaison des basiques de l’hyperviseur :

System Resource Hyper-V (2008 R2) Hyper-V (2012 R2) vSphere 5.5
Host Logical Processors 64 320 320
Physical Memory 1TB 4TB 4TB
Virtual CPUs per Host 512 2,048 4,096
VM Virtual CPUs per VM 4 64 64
Memory per VM 64GB 1TB 1TB
Active VMs per Host 384 1,024 512
Guest NUMA No Yes Yes
Cluster Maximum Nodes 16 64 32
Maximum VMs 1,000 8,000 4,000

 

Tableau de comparaison de la partie stockage :

 

Capability Hyper-V (2012 R2) vSphere 5.5
Virtual Fiber Channel Yes Yes
3rd Party Multipathing (MPIO) Yes Yes (VAMP)
Native 4-KB Disk Support Yes No
Maximum Virtual Disk Size 64TB VHDX 62TB VMDK
Online Virtual Disk Resize Yes Grow Only
Offloaded Data Transfer Yes Yes (VAAI)
Boot from USB Yes Yes

 

Tableau de comparaison de gestion des ressources :

Capability Hyper-V (2012 R2) vSphere 5.5
Dynamic Memory Yes Yes
Resource Metering Yes Yes
Network QoS Yes Yes
Storage QoS Yes Yes

 

Tableau de comparaison des caractéristiques réseau :

Capability Hyper-V (2012 R2) vSphere 5.5
Extensible vSwitch Yes Yes
Private Virtual LAN (PVLAN) Yes Yes
ARP Spoofing Protection Yes vCNS/Partner
DHCP Snooping Protection Yes vCNS/Partner
Virtual Port ACLs Yes vCNS/Partner
Trunk Mode to Virtual Machines Yes Yes
Port Monitoring Yes Yes
Port Mirroring Yes Yes

 

Tableau de comparaison des fonctionnalités réseau :

Capability Hyper-V (2012 R2) vSphere 5.1 Ent+
Dynamic Virtual Machine Queue Yes NetQueue
IPsec Task Offload Yes No
Virtual Receive Side Scaling Yes Yes (VMXNet3)
SR-IOV with Live Migration Yes Yes (without vMotion)
Storage Encryption Yes (Bitlocker) No

 

Tableau de comparaison des caractéristiques de haute disponibilité :

Capability Hyper-V (2012 R2) vSphere 5.5
VM Live Migration Yes Yes
VM LM with Compression Yes No
VM LM over RDMA Yes No
1GB Simultaneous Live Migrations Unlimited 4
10GB Simultaneous Live Migrations Unlimited 8
Automated Live Migrations (Load) Yes (VMM) Yes (DRS)
Automated Live Migrations (Power) Yes (VMM) Yes (DPM)
Live Storage Migration Yes Yes
Shared Nothing Live Migration Yes Yes
Nodes per Cluster 64 32
VMs per Cluster 8,000 4,000
Max Size Guest Cluster (iSCSI) 64 Nodes 64 Nodes
Max Size Guest Cluster (Fibre) 64 Nodes 5 Nodes
Max Size Guest Cluster (File Based) 64 Nodes 0 Nodes
Guest Clustering with Live Migration Yes No
Guest Clustering with Dynamic Memory Yes No
Guest Cluster with Shared Virtual Disk Yes Yes

 

Tableau de comparaison des fonctionnalités administratives :

Capability Hyper-V (2012 R2) vSphere 5.5
Live VM Cloning Yes Yes
Live Migration Upgrades Yes Yes
Network Virtualization Yes vCNS
Network Virtualization Gateway Yes vCNS
Integrated High Availability Yes Yes
Failover Prioritization Yes Yes
Affinity Rules Yes Yes
NIC Teaming Yes Yes
Guest OS Application Monitoring Yes Yes
Cluster-Aware Updating Yes Yes

 

Tableau de comparaison des fonctionnalités de réplication:

Replication Capability Hyper-V Replica (R2) vSphere Replication
Architecture Inbox with Hypervisor Virtual Appliance
Replication Type Asynchronous Asynchronous
RTO 30 secs, 5 mins, 15 mins 15 Minutes
Replication Tertiary Secondary
Planned Failover Yes No
Unplanned Failover Yes Yes
Test Failover Yes No
Simple Failback Process Yes No
Automatic Re-IP Address Yes No
Point in Time Recovery Yes, 15 points No
Orchestration Yes, PowerShell, HVRM No, SRM

 

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