Microsoft upgrades Windows Server 2025

Microsoft has officially announced that it would enhance the Hyper-V virtual machine of Windows Server 2025, supporting up to 2048 CPUs, 240TB of memory and massive storage. Jeff Woolsey, Microsoft’s principal program manager for Azure Stack HCI, Windows Server and hybrid cloud, recently published a blog post, significantly increasing the upper limit of Hyper-V scalability and emphasizing that the above data is not a typo.

Further details released by Microsoft show that a single Hyper-V virtual machine of Windows Server 2025 can support up to 256 SCSI disks and 4 SCSI controllers, and each virtual hard disk supports up to 64 TB.

In addition, Hyper-V virtual machines can be configured with 68 virtual network adapters and 4 virtual Fiber Channel adapters.

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