Ignite 2018 – Hyper Converged Infrastructure Session Recordings

Moving on to part three of this series (Windows Server 2019 and Windows Admin Center being previously covered), this time the focus is on technologies included in Windows Server 2019 Datacenter edition, with Storage Spaces Direct being one of the key ones. Once again you will see that Windows Admin Center features heavily in the…


Ignite 2017 – Hyper-V Sessions

It’s almost that time of year, Microsoft’s Ignite event takes place in September, and here are a few of the sessions that focus on Hyper-V to help give you an idea of which ones you might want to consider attending, or alternatively, and more likely for the majority, watch online after the fact. Troubleshooting Hyper-V…


Inspire 2017 Windows Server And Hybrid Cloud Session Recordings

Following up from the last post on Inspire’s Office 365 session recordings, this post includes the links to the recorded sessions for topics related to Windows Server and hybrid cloud integration scenarios with Microsoft Azure, including Azure Stack. For those of you looking at how to integrate your customer’s on-premises workloads with Azure offerings, or even those of…


Ignite Australia 2017 Post Even Session Recommendations For OEM and System Builder Partners – Windows Server 2016 Part 2

Last week I highlighted the first round of Windows Server related sessions at Ignite Australia 2017 and now it’s time to highlight some of the other session recordings that have just been published. Below you will find Storage Spaces Direct, Hyper-V and Windows Containers sessions. What’s new in Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Discover the new features…


Ignite Australia 2017 Session Recommendations For OEM Partners – Part 1 Windows Server 2016

Now that we are in to the new year, it’s time to start getting excited about Ignite, which is on the Gold Coast next month. I’ll go through the sessions on offer and highlight those that should be of most interest for this blog’s target audience, OEM and System Builder partners and resellers. First up…


Azure Site Recovery support for Windows Server 2016

One of the themes of the last roadshow we did was hybrid cloud with Windows Server 2016, and one of the things I wanted to show was Azure Site Recovery running on a Windows Server 2016 host with VMs. Unfortunately we were a little too early out of the gate, so instead I had to…


Download Certification Test Tool for Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Linux Virtual Machines

Use this test tool to validate application compatibility and certify your Linux Virtual Machine application for Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V certified logo, or alternately to test your customer’s third party applications and line of business applications. The Certification Test Tool for Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Linux Virtual Machine is designed to help test your Linux…


Certification Test Tool Preview for Windows Server 2016

A preview of the Certification Test Tool for Windows Server 2016 available now, you can download it here. Those of you getting ready to start deploying Windows Server 2016 into your customer environments might be interested in what the tool provides. While you may not necessarily be interested in the logo certification elements of the tool,…


Hyper-V Server 2016 Available On TechNet Evaluation Center

Good news, Hyper-V Server is now available on the TechNet Evaluation Center. Description Microsoft Hyper-V Server delivers enterprise-class virtualization for your datacenter and hybrid cloud. Hyper-V Server 2016 provides new and enhanced features that can help you deliver the scale and performance needs of your mission-critical workloads. Preinstall Information Review Windows Server 2016 release notes and system requirements (Hyper-V Server 2016 documentation…


Ignite 2016 For System Builders And OEMs – Hyper-V Sessions

It’s almost time for Ignite, where Windows Server 2016 will have it’s official launch, and I’ve gone through the session listing o give an idea of which ones might be appropriate for you to check out next week when the recordings start to become available. I’ll kick off with Hyper-V in today’s post, and then…