Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud – Hyper-V over SMB (Part 8)

In today’s post in the modernizing your infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud series, I am going to talk about Hyper-V over SMB, which we introduced in Windows Server 2012.  It is also important to note that you can use storage spaces to house your SMB share that Hyper-V will leveraged.  In Part 7 I talked about…

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Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud – Storage Spaces in Windows Server 2012 R2 (Part 7)

In this part of the Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud, we are focusing on of the great solutions we introduced with Windows Server 2012 and improved in Window Server 2012 R2, Storage Spaces.  Storage Spaces Overview: In Windows Server 2012 Storage became a first class citizen, from storage deduplication to SMB 3.0 Windows became…

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TechNet Radio: (Part 2) Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud – Planning a Hybrid Cloud Storage Architecture

Kevin Remde and Dan Stolts continue our series on “Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud” with an overview on how to plan for a hybrid cloud storage solution using Windows Server 2012 R2 and Microsoft Azure. Tune in for this lively discussion on the many storage options available to you as well as discussions around…

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TechNet Radio: (Part 1) Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud – Why NOW is a good time to plan for Modernizing Your Infrastructure

In this episode Keith Mayer  and myself kick off a special 6 part series on “Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud.” Tune in for Part 1 where they discuss the importance of planning for your organization’s move to Windows Server 2012 R2 and Microsoft Azure.   [1:18] Why should I start planning now?  [2:41] Why…

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Register for Live! 360 in Orlando and save $600

I have mentioned this conference before in the past, and hopefully one day I will get to speak at the conference.  I know my buddy Rick Claus is going to speak, and will be a good session!  While I am not there this year, you can save $600 by using this code: UGOR06 to register.  …

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