Microsoft is holding a series of webcasts to provide information on the virtualization solutions it provides. If you want to learn about Microsoft Virtualization technology or how to manage the virtualization technology, check these out. There are a couple that already happened, but are available on-demand....enjoy
Virtualization and Windows Server 2008 (Level 300) - On-demand
In this webcast, we provide an overview of the virtualization role, the scenarios, and the features that make server virtualization an important pillar of Windows Server 2008. We also cover the longer-term strategy and road map for Microsoft virtualization technologies.
Examining Virtualization with Windows Server 2008 (Level 300)- On-demand
In this session, we examine the Microsoft virtualization ecosystem and how to implement it with Windows Server 2008. Taking an overall view of virtualization, we cover topics including: presentation, application, and server virtualization scenarios and technologies
A 360 View Inside the Virtual World (Level 200)
Monday, October 15, 2007
9:30 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Join this session for a look at what virtualization is and gain insight into the overall Microsoft virtualization strategy. Learn about the Microsoft road map for virtualization and examine what workloads make good candidates for virtualization and why you would consider moving these workloads into a virtual world.
Windows Server Virtualization Under the Hood (Level 200)
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
9:30 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific Time
This session covers the new hypervisor-based architecture. We look at the integrated management for virtual and physical resources, including the Microsoft Management Console (MMC), the new virtual machine creation wizard, the conversion tools, the performance enhancements, and the integration into Group Policy.
Virtualization of Test and Development Environments, and the Impact on Existing Applications (Level 200)
Monday, October 22, 2007
Tune in as we look at virtualization solutions starting with moving existing applications and infrastructure servers into a virtualized environment. We also look at the impact of virtualizing test and development environments, and some of the tools available that make this process easily manageable.
TechNet Webcast: Virtualization of Production Workloads Including Active Directory, SQL Server, and Others (Level 200)
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
In this session, we cover some of the best practices and tips for virtualization of infrastructure workloads, such as the Active Directory directory service, file and print, and Web servers, and the benefits of mixed workload virtualization.
TechNet Webcast: Optimized and Dynamic Branch Offices with Virtualized Branch Office Servers (Level 200)
Monday, October 29, 2007
Learn about what you should consider before, during, and after a server consolidation in a branch office, and the role virtualization can play. We provide a comprehensive view of how and where virtualization fits in a branch office, and how it helps simplify administration and creates a dynamic, self-managing branch infrastructure.
TechNet Webcast: Managing a Virtual Solution with System Center (Level 200)
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
In this session we cover Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager for backup and restore, and Microsoft System Center Operations Manager and Virtual Machine Manager for management and performance tuning.
TechNet Webcast: Creating Business Continuity Solutions Using Windows Virtualization (Level 200)
Monday, November 5, 2007
In this session, learn how Windows Server virtualization and clustering can be used to create business continuity solutions for Microsoft SQL Server and infrastructure workloads. See how to use the new features in Windows Server virtualization, such as live backup, health monitoring, quick migration, and guest clustering.
TechNet Webcast: Introducing SoftGrid to the World (Level 200)
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Which to use, Microsoft SoftGrid or Terminal Services? In this session, we look at these solutions, provide details on how they differ, and explain when to use them. We also cover how to install, configure, and use SoftGrid.