You don’t want to miss tomorrow’s TechDays TV episode. A couple of weeks ago, we presented part 1 of Windows Server “8” Beta Getting Started: What’s New in Hyper-V. Since then the product name has been finalized – Windows Server 2012 – but all of the great features are still there. If you missed Part 1, you can watch it on-demand at the TechDays TV web site. That’s true for all the TechDays TV episodes.
Join us at 12 noon tomorrow (May 1) for the next episode of TechDays TV for IT Professionals on Windows Server 2012 Getting Started: What’s New in Hyper-V (Part2). In this session Damir Bersinic (that’s me) takes you through more of the great functionality for Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012. Here’s the abstract:
Windows Server 2012 (formerly Windows Server "8" beta) brings many enhancements to Hyper-V. This session will look at some of the new features in Windows Server 2012 that make it the definitive platform for Cloud computing including new networking, VM mobility, and redundancy capabilities, and more. We will also look at how these enhancements compare to offerings from VMware and show how the built-in functionality in Windows Server 2012 is a better alternative. In fact, there is so much in Windows Server 2012 that we can’t fit it into one session so this is the second of two parts on the topic.
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