Yesterday Microsoft announced the VMware to Hyper-V Migration offer with Windows Server 2016. The Hyper-V team also announced the new scale numbers in Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V. Microsoft announced a Hyper-V Host will support 24TB of RAM and up to 512 CPUs, and up to 16TB and 240 virtual CPUs per Virtual Machine. This are huge number and a huge improvement to the numbers to the numbers of Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
|Windows Server 2012/2012 R2
Standard & Datacenter
|Windows Server 2016 Standard & Datacenter|
|Physical (Host) Memory Support||Up to 4 TB per physical server||Up to 24 TB per physical server (6x)|
|Physical (Host) Logical Processor Support||Up to 320 LPs||Up to 512 LPs|
|Virtual Machine Memory Support||Up to 1 TB per VM||Up to 16 TB per VM (16x)|
|Virtual Machine Virtual Processor Support||Up to 64 VPs per VM||Up to 240 VPs per VM (3.75x)|