TechNet Webcast: Managing Hyper-V Virtual Machines with WMI and Windows

TechNet Webcast: Managing Hyper-V Virtual Machines with WMI and Windows PowerShell (Level 300)

Event ID: 1032381324

Wednesday, July 02, 2008 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Event Overview

Before the beta release of Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008, there was only one option for automating management of Hyper-V virtual machines—Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). In this webcast, you learn how to automate the most common management tasks, how to create a delegation model using Windows Authorization Manager, and where the power of WMI can pick up where Virtual Machine Manager leaves off. In addition, the Hewlett-Packard Windows Server 2008 Academy team shares their experience automating the deployment of 600 virtual machines in less than three hours using WMI and Windows PowerShell. 

Presenters: Dung Hoang Khac, Principal Consultant, HP, and Aric Bernard, Senior Technology Consultant, HP
Dung K Hoang is a principal consultant in the Hewlett-Packard Consulting and Integration organization, and he works as architect and technical lead on Windows infrastructure projects for HP customers, delivering Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory, and Windows security technologies since 1999. Dung is focused on Windows management, Windows Server 2008, and virtualization. He is also a tutor on the HP Windows Server 2008 Academy team.
Aric Bernard is a senior technology consultant working for Hewlett-Packard Technology Solutions Group. As a Microsoft Certified Infrastructure Architect, Aric focuses on Microsoft technologies when applied to global enterprises with complex and distributed infrastructures. Aric has been architecting Microsoft-based solutions since 1995 for local, state, and federal government agencies as well as private corporations in the United States and abroad. He is also a member of the HP Windows Server 2008 Academy team, which has traveled the globe training Microsoft professionals on technical details of Windows Server 2008 and Hyper-V.


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