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  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010 Products and Hyper-V R2

    I'm excited to announce the availability of expanded and new resources for customers who want to create virtual farms. Since Hyper-V was first released, we witnessed a dramtic growth in the number of organizations and individuals who are using or plan to use Hyper-V as a flexible, stable, and high performing...
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    Since we published an initial support and guidance statement for deploying Office SharePoint Server on Hyper-V ( Using SharePoint Products and Technologies in a Hyper-V virtual environment ), a series of tests were run to measure Office SharePoint Server performance on virtual servers. These tests...
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    Microsoft test lab guides are deliberately written to be independent of how you actually put them together. For example, you can use physical components (computers and switches/hubs), virtual components (virtual machines and virtual networks/switches), or a combination. For virtual components, you can...
  • Blog Post: New Learning Roadmaps for SharePoint 2013

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