Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V: Migration, Creation, and Management
The Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2: Server Virtualization with Hyper-V learning path is developed for system administrators who want to learn how to implement and manage Microsoft’s server virtualization technologies on their network. Individuals researching, implementing, or are currently responsible for virtualization.Anyone wishing to obtain the 70-659 TS: Windows Server 2008 R2, Server Virtualization exam which is one of the qualifying exams for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 R2 Server Virtualization Configuration certification.Individuals with familiarity with; Windows networking, especially Active Directory Directory Services, modern storage technologies such as SAN, iSCSI, Fiber Channel, and Direct Attached Storage (DAS), and with Windows Server 2008 failover clustering.
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When making the move to Microsoft Windows Server Hyper-V a migration plan needs to be put in place so that the machines in a physical machine environment can be successfully migrated to a virtual environment. It is important for the organizations performing these migrations of machines onto production Hyper-V resource pools to be familiar with the different migration types. In addition to correctly planning a Hyper-V server environment, each and every individual virtual machine need to be planned so it is equally important to understand the components of a virtual machine such as virtual hard drives, configuration files, snapshots, and states.
This course describes the common scenarios which exist prior to a move to Hyper-V and explores the tools and process available to the user on how to move to perform a migration. The components, functions, and the processes of creating a virtual machine is also covered.
Moving to Hyper-V
Creating and Managing Virtual Machines and Hard Drives