ThePosterGuy

This blog is about all things server with a focus on virtualization and the new posters we are creating. I work for the Windows Server team at Microsoft.

Windows Server 2008 R2: Hyper-V Component Architecture

Windows Server 2008 R2: Hyper-V Component Architecture

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If you had not heard, the new Hyper-V poster is now available. I know some of you grabbed some prints at Tech Ed in New Orleans. I really appreciated meeting you all. 

This poster provides a visual reference for understanding key Hyper-V technologies in Windows Server 2008 R2. It focuses on architecture, snapshots, live migration, virtual networking, storage, and import/export.

It’s a great visual tool to understand what components make up Hyper-V and how they work.  It highlights key Hyper-V components including:

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  • Architecture

  • Virtual Networking

  • Virtual Machine Snapshots

  • Live Migration

  • Storage Interfaces

  • Storage Types

  • Storage Location and Paths

  • Import and Export

You can grab your copy here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=5567b22a-8c47-4840-a88d-23146fd93151

Comments
  • I now have a printed copy, it looks awesome. My manager loves using it to understand things we are doing in our vitual environment.

    Amazing detail.....I wonder how long this would have taken? Awesome work, thanks Martin..

  • Thanks PosterGuy for this. Its a truly amazing piece of work. I don't  suppose we could do one for VMM? I understand if you can't....god knows this blog has done a lot for ITPRO at no cost. Thanks Martin.

  • Martin thanks so much for this it's made understanding the whole piece of technology so much easier, love the graphical style on this one. Keep up the great work.

  • I love this poster. I'd love to see a VMM one too. I've read it a few times now and keep learning things from it. Seriously a cool piece of work. Well done Martin.

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