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New virtualboy.tv video: Hyper-V Failover Clustering with Sanbolic Kayo FS

New virtualboy.tv video: Hyper-V Failover Clustering with Sanbolic Kayo FS

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Hot on the heels of my announcement a few days back, I’m pleased to announce a new addition to virtualboy.tv.  This video, builds on #7 in the series (Hyper-V: Multiple VMs per LUN) by showcasing how the use of a 3rd Party Clustered File System, namely, Sanbolic Kayo FS, can be used in addition to Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Failover Clustering, to allow multiple virtual machines to sit on an individual LUN, but still allow you to retain a level of individual VM failover, instead of, as was shown in video #7, having to move all VMs on a LUN ‘as one’.

The video is about 20 minutes long, but shows you all you need to know (pretty much) when it comes to bringing these two technologies together to form a great solution.  You can watch the video in the browser above, or alternatively, you can view this, and all my other videos, over at virtualboy.tv.

Feedback welcome!

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  • Hi Matt, I just want you to know that someone out here is listening to your video/demo/  Very good Matt, but as usual, I do not have a clue what you are talking about!!! he! he!

    Keep up the good work my friend!

    D

  • Excellent, I hope to use it for my future clients.

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