I Recently wrote an article about Hyper-V host best practices for the awesome folks over at Altaro.com (They make some kick-ass Hyper-V backup software). I wanted to put up a quick post here as well as it’s a topic that … Continue reading
Hello once again everyone! Welcome to episode 5 of Technet Radio’s Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective. Today we’re going to be talking about virtual machine and service templates using Hyper-V Manager and SCVMM.
Back by popular demand, this post continues my series on Windows Server 2012 R2 Server Core. In the first segment I explained what the benefits of Server Core are and why you should be running it. Segment two featured a … Continue reading
We’re back with another Episode of Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective. Today we’re going to be talking about High Availability.
Hello once again everyone! Welcome to my first written post of the new year! Several year end projects at work, finalizing some certifications, and family stuff all contributed to keeping me away from the keyboard, but now i’m back in … Continue reading
Get ready for some storage goodness! Storage is always a huge concern for most IT administrators, and Hyper-V and Server 2012/2012 R2 do a great job making our lives easier when it comes to those numerous GBs, and TBs of … Continue reading
Hello again everyone! I’m happy to bring to you post 2 in my series regarding the use of Server Core in Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2. My 1st post in this series covered the topic of what server core … Continue reading
Episode 2 of Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective has been released on TechNet Radio! This episode continues the series that we started with episode 1 regarding the modification of virtual machine resources. Today Keith Mayer and I will be covering … Continue reading
In a lot of my recent talks with IT pros in the community I’ve found that there seems to be this very real fear of managing and troubleshooting Windows Server Core boxes in production environments. I’m not sure if it’s … Continue reading
Nothing fancy for today’s post. With that said, however, we are going to be getting back to the basics! Going to be talking about Powershell once again. Though it may seem a simple thing, and people are often surprised to hear … Continue reading