Hyper-V is intuitive for any SysAdmin that's already experienced with Windows Server. It installs as a service and is managed through a management console (either on your Hyper-V server or from an admin workstation).
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It does exactly what we are needing from it.
The main functions of Hyper-V (creating VM, taking snapshots, changing settings) are easy to use for beginners with wizards and it doesn't have extra clicks or functions to do. Nothing is perfect in my opinion especially when you try to move a VM that has snapshots or delete one that has snapshots.
It is very easy to configure new virtual machines and manage them. But you have to use different interfaces to perform various tasks. Especially as soon as it comes to clustering you have to use at least two different interfaces (Hyper-V Manager and Failover-Cluster Manager) to perform all necessary tasks. The newly released Windows Admin Center is a way into the right direction to get all management tasks into one single interface.