We just kicked off our IT Camps in the US that is focuses on Windows Server 2012. We worked hard to hit as many cities as possible, but we know it’s not possible to get to every city in the US. With that in mind, I worked with our marketing team to record the sessions that we will be delivering at the IT Camps and make them available On-Demand. My team mate, John Weston and I took a day at Microsoft Studios and recorded all the content – PowerPoint delivery and demos that will be delivered at the US IT Camps. Feel free to visit the IT Camps On-Demand Series Landing Page for all the videos. This is the third of four videos in the second set in this series.
This session focuses on Windows Server 2012 Shared Nothing Live.
Abstract Windows Server 2012: Shared Nothing Live Migration:
With the introduction of Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V has definitely matured and will become a major force in the Hypervisor space. As virtualization becomes the norm in our customer’s datacenters, IT Professionals are becoming more concerned with Fault Tolerance, flexibility and scalability of the virtualization infrastructure. Needless to say, Microsoft has focused on these areas in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V and in this session, we will discuss the benefits of using Shared Nothing Live Migration and the flexibility it gives an IT organization.