Here are all the parts of the series for Windows Server 2012 virtualization.  Remember to take a look at Hyper-V server: Try Hyper-V Server   or Windows Server 2012: Try Windows Server 2012

  1. The Hyper-V Primer – 20+ Days of Server Virtualization
  2. You Want to Hot-Add What?! - 20+ Days of Server Virtualization
  3. Virtual Memory Management: Dynamic Memory-Much Different Than Memory Over Commit – Become a Virtualization Expert 
  4. Two Posts for Part 3:
    1. Virtual Memory Management: Dynamic Memory-Much Different Than Memory Over Commit – Become a Virtualization Expert 
    2. Monitoring Dynamic Memory in Windows Server Hyper-V 2012…. 
  5. Hyper-V “Datastores” – Wait we dont need no stinkin’ datastores!
  6. Virtualization Storage–Definitions (20+ Days of Server Virtualization - Part 5 of 20)
  7. Part 6 In tow Parts
    1. Hyper-V Live Part 1 of 2 Live Add Memory & Live Snapshot Merge
    2. Hyper-V Live Part 2 of 2 Live Storage Migration, Multiple Live Migrations and Live Cluster Node Evacuations
  8. Speaking iSCSI with Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V - Become a Virtualization Expert in 20 Days! ( Part 7 of 20 )
  9. Step-by-Step: Storage Live Migration ( Part 8 of 20)
  10.  Virtualization Experts Series – Virtual Networking in Hyper-V
  11.  Server Virtualization Series: Networking – NIC Teaming
  12. Step by Step: High Availability: Live Migration (Part 12 of 20) 
  13. 20 Days of Server Virtualization- Your Hyper-V Hosts and Clustering an Availability Story (Part 13 of 20)
  14. Virtual Machine Guest Clustering with Windows Server 2012 - Become a Virtualization Expert in 20 Days! ( Part 14 of 20 )
  15. Hyper-V Replica Broker
  16. Performance Management: Monitoring CPU Resources….
  17. Server Virtualization Series: Performance Management – Memory (Part 18 of 20) 
  18. Virtualization Experts Series – Virtualization From A Single Pane of Glass – System Center VMM – An Overview
  19. Virtualization Storage–SMB (20+ Days of Server Virtualization)
  20. 20 Days of Server Virtualization: Keeping an Eye (Monitoring) your Hyper-V Servers (Part 20 of 20ish)