Steven Bink at Hypervoria.com is reporting live from Microsoft PDC 2008 conference in Los Angeles.
- Live Migration
- Virtual memory hot plug
- Virtual storage (VHD) hot plug/remove
- Dynamic memory distribution across all VMs
- Support for shareable LUNs (Clustered Shared Volumes or CSV)
- Support for AMD RVI and Intel EPT nested page tables technologies
- Support for up to 32 physical cores
- Support for I/O Virtualization technologies
Please note that Microsoft is still unsure about including the dynamic memory feature in the RTM. In any case it will not appear in the beta builds.
Update: The new website about Windows Server 2008 R2 that Microsoft just launched reveals that the OS (and Hyper-V 2.0) will be available no earlier than 2010.