We are seeing a great deal of momentum for Hyper-V in a wide range of companies from small to large. Microsoft has made great progress in providing functionality and capabilities that make it a viable server virtualization alternative for all environments from test and development to mission-critical applications. This webcast is focused on providing information about Microsoft Hyper-V specifically for VMware experts so they understand how these two solutions map to one another for those considering a multi-hypervisor strategy or just want to be smarter about another major virtualization technology. The Hyper-V for VMware Experts Part 1 happens on June 27, 2013 from noon to 1 PM ET.
Dan Stolts, & Bob Hunt Microsoft Evangelists and IT Pros, along with Shawn Markham, a system engineer for 20 years will be hosting the event. It is a two part series that you can watch and ask questions!
In this session get the real story of the Hyper-V and the Microsoft Virtualization Stack. We will look at the Microsoft solution and cut through all the marketing fluff to give you an in depth look at the technology and show you how it stacks up to the tools we have been using for years. This course is designed for VMware professionals looking to get up-to-speed with how Microsoft virtualization and Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V works and compares with VMware vSphere 5.1 and surrounding technologies. It will help you make the right decisions on how to leverage your investments in virtualization. You will get a first-hand look at the technology along with a dialog on what this means in the real-world environment of a typical VMware shop. As well as key insights from a company that has opted to deploy Hyper-V. We will start with a basic understanding of the technology then dive into the features that are most important to highly virtualized shops. We will look at the new technologies built into the platform as well as what is “coming soon” to a server near you. We will give you the information you need to make intelligent decisions on if and/or when you should seriously look at alternative virtualization options. Plus, if you like what you see, we will lead you though the next leaning steps and hands-on-labs of some of these technologies.