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https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/virtualization/2017/01/10/cool-new-things-for-hyper-v-on-desktop/

 

“Changes in memory allocation”
from the information in this blog about the memory, this might be why AppSense have change or disable their memory optimizer,
http://blog.appsense.com/2017/01/appsense-performance-manager-v10-1/
It was a very good solution to a windows problem. I have ask for a feature just like this from Windows 2000 Pro days, with windows terminal server, plus other features that I have not seen yet, for example:
1) How can you limit each user in Terminal Server a set of reassures (eg 2vCPU 8GBvRAM 400vIOPs 500MBvNIC)
2) How can you limit IE, Outlook, etc.. in each user session, don’t eat away the TS reassures ( solution: appsense-performance-manager)
3) If a user using TS gateway & webAccess, login to a different system, all the apps that are open by that user will appear on that system screen, as to say the apps follower him/her to that computer.
4) Auto-Inline-Defrag & Dedup & Compression – I hope RFS can fix these issues or add these features.
5) Minimize the amount of IOPs Windows Server & Desktop need –
http://www.atlantiscomputing.com/downloads/Windows_7_IOPS_for_VDI_a_Deep_Dive_1_0.pdf
http://www.condusiv.com/ is trying to fix this problem with 3 product (Diskeeper, SSDkeeper, V-Locity)
6) Memeory dedup & compression – I once say a blog that this will be in windows 10, not sure about server 2016.
From what I see AppSense & condusiv is doing most if not all of the things that windows itself should have had from day one.
Just hope Microsoft can add all these features to Windows 10 & Server 2016 .
Thanks.

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