You administer a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). The environment runs on a Windows Server 2012 R2 server that has the Hyper-V role installed. You use Systems Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager to troubleshoot performance issues.
Some users of dedicated virtual desktops report slow response times within their sessions. Operations Manager reports indicate that a performance bottleneck exists at the storage layer.
You need to manage the amount of input/output operations per second (IOPS) that the dedicated desktop pool can generate.
What should you do?
A. Enable Resource Metering on the Hyper-V host server.
B. Configure Operations Manager to monitor virtual machine disk performance on the Hyper-V host server. Configure monitoring alerts for virtual machine use
greater than the allowed IOPS.
C. For each virtual machine, enable Network Quality of Service (QoS). Set a minimum and max mum value for the Mbps property.
D. For each virtual machine, enable Storage Quality of Service (QoS). Set a minimum and maximum value for IOPS.