TechNet Radio: (Part 1) Virtualization: Did You Know…

Kevin Remde welcomes Varun Chhabra to the show as they kick off their three part “Virtualization: Did you Know…” series which will discuss facts and facets of Microsoft’s Virtualization solution that, if you are currently using some other virtualization platform, you probably didn’t know but definitely should. [2:13] Back in August VMware held their annual…

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TechNet Radio: (Part 2) Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective – Live VM Migration in Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V

Keith Mayer and Andy Syrewicze, are back for part 2 of their "Hyper-V from a VMware admin’s perspective" series and in today’s episode they look at live VM migration in Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V and how this compares to VMware’s service offerings.   [3:08] What is Live VM Migration and how is this comparable…

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Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective – Managing Virtual Machine Hardware Resources (Part 1)

My good friend, Keith Mayer welcomes Andy Syrewicze, a Virtual Systems Administrator from Trivalent Group to the show as they kick off a multi-part series that examines Microsoft Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s perspective. In this episode they’ll showcase the differences between managing virtual machine hardware resources. [3:10] As an experienced VMware Admin, what’s some…

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TechNet Radio: (Part 2) Building Your Hybrid Cloud – Hyper-V Enhancements in Windows Server 2012 R2

Keith Mayer and myself are back for part 2 of our Building a Hybrid Cloud series and in today’s episode we showcase the latest Hyper-V enhancements made in Windows Server 2012 R2. [1:36] Series Review and Windows Server 2012 Scalability [8:17] With all of these scalability features already built into Windows Server 2012, what could…

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Road Trip FREE Virtualization IT Camps!

Yes!  We’re coming back to a classroom near you (I hope) for an intense, full-day of training and hands-on with Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V, and System Center.    The modern datacenter is already virtualizing, and likely virtualizing using VMware vSphere, vCenter, and so on.  That’s why we think it’s time to help you – the VMware…

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VMware or Microsoft?–The Complete Quick List

As Many of you know over the last month and a half we delivered a 35 part series on VMware or Microsoft.  You can check out the whole list below.  We hoped you enjoyed the series, and please let me know if you have any questions! Series Introduction What is a “Purpose-Built Hypervisor? Simplified Microsoft…

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VMware or Microsoft: Automation is the Key to Happiness

Welcome to today’s post and my last official post in the series.  For this post I chose a topic near and dear to my heart: Automation! Hopefully, this is near and dear to your heart as well!  The more we can automate and provision allows to move away from some of the grind of day…

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VMware or Microsoft?: Can I get an App with that?

In today’s post I am going to talk about applications and Independent Software Vendors (ISV).  This is all about the applications that run and are supported in the respective virtualization platforms. To be honest, the arguments from either side of the coin can get a little trite.  VMware for vSphere 5.1 makes this statement  regarding…

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