Hyper-v 2019 clusters? how do we set up the clusters and storage?

We want to create a very large hyper-v 2019 cluster ( thinking 64 nodes is the maximum).

We do not have a SAN/ NAS therefore is there a solution using disks attached directly to each server node?

How do we go about installing hyper-v 2019 cluster in the Azure Cloud?

Also if a VM is in one cluster set can it be moved to another cluster set?  What happens if you need the VM to move off a cluster set where you have resource contention issue?

What is the minimum resources (CPU, RAM) required for a hyper-v 2019 cluster node to function?,… keep in mind this hyper-v server resources cannot have adverse effects on this hosted VM/s.


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