I’m pretty excited to share that my first post on the Altaro Hyper-V blog was published today. In the article, I’m describing how you can take advantage of Hyper-V differencing disks to accelerate the refresh of dev/QA data in SQL Server. You can find the article here:
You can also checkout the PowerShell code I’m using to fully automate the process of creating the parent disks and the differencing disks here on the GEM Automation Codeplex project.
Make sure to have a look at the other great content published on the Altaro blog, I’m sure you’ll find tons of useful information there!