Server Virtualization Series: Hyper-V Replica Broker Explained (Part 15 of 20) by Yung Chou

I have talked about Hyper-V Replica many times in the past and have mentioned how great of an option it is for setting up a Disaster Recovery (DR) solution at an affordable price.  This is a feature that comes with Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V without any additional cost.  Basic configuration is fairly straight forward and…

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Server Virtualization Series: Virtual Machine Guest Clustering with Windows Server 2012 (Part 14 of 20) by Keith Mayer

High Availability is important and hence why Microsoft offers Failover Clustering.  As more and more people start virtualizing their server infrastructure, Hyper-V Host Clustering is important and that was why Matt Hester covered that in Part 13.  At the same time, a server application that is being virtualized may also support failover clustering and it…

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IT Camp Resources for Events taking place from March – April 2013 in Southwest area

I have finished holding two IT Camps in my territory (Lehi, UT and Tempe, AZ) with three more to go (Los Angeles, Irvine and San Diego).  I wanted to make the PowerPoint Decks available to everyone.  I have put them up on SlideShare where you can download them.  I am also embedding them here to…

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Server Virtualization Series: Virtual Networking in Hyper-V (Part 9 of 20) by Tommy Patterson

As you start working with Hyper-V, virtual networking configuration becomes very important.  You need to understand how to allocate physical adapters for use by Hyper-V (virtual switches) and what the difference is between an Internal, Private and External switch.  In Part 9 of the blog series, Tommy Patterson takes some time to explain the basics…

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