Hi @Anthony ,
First of all, use Windows Server for hosting your Hyper-V virtual machines.
Performance wise RAID-10 is the way to go, although it requires a minimum of four (4) drives.
There's a few really good articles out there which you could deep dive in:
- Storage and Hyper-V Part 1: Fundamentals
- Storage and Hyper-V Part 2: Drive Combinations
- Hyper-V Storage Best Practices and Configuration
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