VMM ReproVMM 2012 SP1 and R2 - Data collection
SCOtrace - Orchestrator TracingAutomated data collection for SCO
Unsupported Cluster ConfigurationScript and post
VMM State Recovery ToolRepair Database state errors
SC 2012 VMM CAFirst line of defense in troubleshooting
VMM Networking Poster Illustrates networking for VMM 2012 SP1
VMM 2012 Technical Documentation, including Step-by Step Guides
VMM 2012 Official Cmdlet Reference
VMM 2012 TechNet Launchpad
VMM 2012 PowerShell Cheat Sheet
VMM 2008 PowerShell Cheat Sheet
2008 R2 Guides and Reference Downloads!
VMM 2008 Interactive Decision Flow
Jonathan's Virtual Blog
Virtual Machine Manager - Orchestrator - Solutions and Guidance
Re-posted from Rakeshm’s VM Management Blog… Link here.
I just wanted to clarify (incorrect) rumors/speculation about the release date for SCVMM 2008 R2. There is a lot of built up excitement for this release and we've added many features, none more anticipated than live migration. While it is true that our competition has had this feature for some time (and has made customers pay dearly for the privilege if using it), adding it to Hyper-V opens up a brand new set of exciting and cost effective management/optimization scenarios for Windows Server nation!
We've always maintained that we will ship SCVMM 2008 R2 as soon as possible after Windows Server 2008 R2 is released and this remains the case. As you can read from the Windows Server Blog we're coming down the home stretch. Once the Windows Server release is locked, (which is now only a couple of weeks away) our test team will run through a full test pass with SCVMM 2008 R2 to ensure that we've caught any late breaking issues. We have obviously worked very closely with the Hyper-V team and already have plenty of customers in full production on Windows Server 2008 R2 + SCVMM 2008 R2 so we don't expect this to happen but as Reagan once said "trust but verify".
I don't have an exact date to communicate at this point but late summer/early fall is our target.....as always, stay tuned for more details.