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    I’ve spent a lot of time with Hyper-V. I’ve put together a lot of blogs, screen casts and demonstrations of Hyper-V. While Microsoft is a software company, Hyper-V and our products run on hardware. I office from home and I’ve put together a pretty good lab, but it hasn’t been easy for me to keep up with...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V Live Migration between Processor Generations

    I’ve talked before about the fact that we cannot Live Migrate from an AMD CPU to an Intel CPU or vice-versa, but what about Live Migrating from an older Intel CPU to a newer Intel CPU? I’m going to show you a Live Migration from a three year old Intel Xeon 5050 CPU to a new Intel Xeon 3440 CPU. Below...
  • Blog Post: Part 10 - So You Want to Get Started with Hyper-V? Start here! – Live Migration

    So I’ve finally done it! Here’s a short screen cast on Live Migration. This one is only 5 minutes, so I won’t keep you too long, but you’ll be able to see it in action! I recorded this session at the Irvine, CA MTC (Microsoft Technology Center) on their Dell Servers and the Equalogic SAN. Here’s the...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V Server – How to setup a High Availability Cluster with just one copy of Windows Server 2008 Part II

    This is the second part of setting up the Microsoft Hyper-V Server Cluster. This time I will cover the remote management, shared storage, the failover cluster configuration and Live Migration between Hyper-V Servers. Remember, you can download your free copy of the Microsoft Hyper-V Server here . If...
  • Blog Post: Part 7 - So you want to get started with Hyper-V? Start here!

    A look at Quick Migration Now that we have our cluster set up, let’s take a look at how we can move a virtual machine from one host to another. In the current version of Hyper-V, if you want to move a virtual machine from one host to another while it’s running, we use quick migration. Quick migration...