TechNet Webcast: Best Practices for Sizing Server Workloads with Microsoft Hyper-V and Intel Xeon Processor Families (Level 300)
Microsoft Hyper-V Server.
IT Implem_IT Generalist.
Server virtualization has been widely used in the past to consolidate development and test server workloads, but recent advances in virtualization technologies now support effective virtualization of production server
workloads as well. By using a structured approach, you can optimize performance and scalability for a variety of production server workloads. In this webcast, you learn best practices for identifying server workload characteristics and mapping virtualized
server workloads to the appropriate Intel processor families. Topics we cover in the webcast include:
- Hyper-V server virtualization architecture.
- Definition of common server workloads.
- Intel Xeon processor families.
- Evaluating server workloads.
- Sizing recommendations.
- Security and network considerations.
Presenter: Keith Mayer, Senior Consultant, WrightRobbins, Inc.
For the past 15 years, Keith Mayer has focused on design, implementation and training of information technology projects for large global organizations. Currently, Keith is working with Intel to support enterprise network technologies and initiatives. Keith
focuses on development and delivery of best practices in training and learning consulting services to a worldwide audience of Intel and Microsoft partners and customers. Keith also works closely with industry organizations as a subject matter expert in the
areas of project management, data center consolidation, and virtualization.
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