TechNet Webcast: How to Implement Microsoft Hyper-V Server and Intel Virtualization Technology (Level 200)
TechNet Webcast: How to Implement Microsoft Hyper-V Server and Intel Virtualization Technology (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032392763
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Microsoft Hyper-V Server.
Audience(s): IT Implem_IT Generalist.

Join this webcast to learn about the Intel Virtualization Technology (VT) hardware virtualization technology offerings that enable you to use Microsoft Hyper-V Server to streamline and secure arbitration of virtual machine resource requests on a single physical server platform. In this webcast, we discuss current and future Intel VT technologies and describe the Intel vision of hardware-assisted virtualization. We also address installation, management, and high availability of the Hyper-V Server role on an Intel server chipset platform. Topics include:

  • The Microsoft virtualization portfolio
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Server virtualization
  • Intel VT processor and memory virtualization technologies
  • Requirements for Hyper-V Server
  • Installation and management of Hyper-V Server
  • High availability with Hyper-V Server
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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Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 minute(s)
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