I've had the pleasure of watching Jeff Woolsey present a few times now, most recently at our internal technical conference, over in Seattle, where Jeff delivered numerous sessions around Virtualisation. Trust me, when it comes to virtualisation, if Jeff and his team don't know it, it ain't worth knowin!
Anyway, it's been a while coming, but the guys have started to write a dedicated blog, and if virtualisation is your thing, which, it should be (trust me...), you will not find a better resource on the web. This information is coming directly from the product team. Admittedly, they are using 'z' instead of 's' in 'virtualisation', but you can't have it all ways ;-)
Not only does Jeff and the team provide some top notch information on Virtual Server and our current virtualisation offerings, but also information on what is just around the corner; something I'm really excited about, Windows Server Virtualisation. Some of the most recent posts include:
I'd say it's definitely worth adding to your RSS Reader. So, you can find the blog here, and the RSS XML version, here.
The second of these resources is by Robert Larson. Robert is one of our Architects in Microsoft Services specialising in Infrastructure Optimisation and Virtualisation, based in the US and he's recently started writing a blog! He's a bit of an expert when it comes to Virtual Server, so if you are interested in our current virtualisation offerings, it's definitely worth checking out. As if that's not enough, Robert's also co-written a book! I don't know where you've found the time Robert! The book is entitled "Virtual Server 2005 R2 Resource Kit" which includes SP1 information too, so it's pretty much completely up to date! Robert's latest post on his blog also explains you can download a few of the sample chapters to whet your appetite!
If you're UK based, and interested in reading the book, you can order it directly from Amazon. It's released at the end of this month. Nice one Robert! :-) Check out the blog, here.
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