A colleague and I are debating a significant change in the architecture of one system that currently has a customer experience of slow performance. Currently we have a single server that houses the Domain Controller, the file server, and a terminal server. He believes that running Hyper-V and creating 3 seperate virtual servers for the Domain Controller, file server, and terminal server will improve performance.
Both of us have limited experience with Hyper-V, but intuitively, I would think the overhead of running Hper-V would be an added burden on resources.
I would like an answer to the following question that is experience based instead of our feeling or belief opinions:
Would the Hyper-V splitting functions into virtual servers improve or degrade performance?