This is a lowperv (low perversion)/high information blog post. That’s a joke people. The Social Bookmarking Preview on TechNet and MSDN does not support a hyphen in a tag, the tag comes out “hyperv”. Get it? High perversion = hyperv, low perversion = unnh, never mind…

You’ll be seeing many more resources to help you use Hyper-V after the final bits release. In the meantime, here are some resources to help you get ready, add these to the Hyper-V Security Getting Started Guide and Windows Server 2008 Resources

MICROSOFT ASSESSMENT & PLANNING TOOLKIT 3.1 Beta Bits : Help for sizing your Hyper-V servers and identifying virtualization candidates based on your actual usage data.

Hyper-V FAQ :

Virtualization TechCenter :

How to Install Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V RC :

Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Performance Tuning Guide :

MSDN & TechNet Powered by Hyper-V Whitepaper :

Momentum Webcast: Virtualization Capabilities of Windows Server 2008 (Level 100) :

Momentum Webcast: Are You Ready for Virtualization? (Level 200) :

Hyper-V Test Lead's Blog : great source of scripts!

Hyper-V performance guru blog :

Virtualization Blog :

Virtual PC Guys; Blog : another great source for scripts!

Hyper-V Sr PM Blog :

Hyper-V MCS Guy Blog :

Zarb and Bennett Virtualization Blog :

Windows Server Division WebLog :

Microsoft Assessment and Planning Team Blog :

Server and Tools Business News Bytes blog :

What else…? Leave comments and I’ll update this list and the Social Bookmark version.