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Hyper-V is one of the top virtualization products, and this practical guide focuses on the essentials of Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V. Written by the Microsoft team behind the Hyper-V product, this book shows you how to perform key virtualization scenarios, such as server consolidation, software test and development, and a dynamic data center and demonstrates how Hyper-V can be used to reduce cost and eliminate the complexity of a server infrastructure by consolidating workloads to a small number of machines. In addition, the material addresses using DPM, and SCOM with VMM in order to maintain and manage Hyper-V environments.
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About the Author
Mike Sterling is a program manager in the Windows Server and Solutions Division at Microsoft, where he focuses on Hyper-V functionality in Windows Server 2008. Mike promotes Hyper-V through his blog and speaking engagements.
Allen Stewart is a principal program manager at Microsoft, focusing on Microsoft virtualization technologies. He also leads the Microsoft Virtualization Customer Advisory Council, which has a core set of customers who help drive next-generation virtualization scenarios.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction to Hyper-V 1
Chapter 2 Installing Hyper-V and Server Core 17
Chapter 3 Configuring Hyper-V 33
Chapter 4 Virtualization Best Practices 59
Chapter 5 Hyper-V Security 81
Chapter 6 Virtual Machine Migration 95
Chapter 7 Backup and Recovery 121
Chapter 8 High Availability 151
Chapter 9 Understanding WMI, Scripting, and Hyper-V 171
Chapter 10 Automating Tasks 211
Chapter 11 Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 251
Chapter 12 Protecting Virtualized Environments with System Center Data Protection Manager 289
Chapter 13 System Center Operations Manager 2007 321