Achieving High Availability for Hyper-V

Consolidating servers onto fewer physical machines has significant benefits in resource and cost savings, but as you plan, you’ll want to keep a couple of key factors in mind—increased user expectations regarding the availability of their software, and the fact that the failure of servers can have a significantly greater impact on operations. Steven Ekren shows how  to use Windows Server 2008 Failover Clustering to bring high availability to your Hyper-V virtual machines.

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