The Hyper-V Team at VMworld 2013 - Fun Times and Frozen Custard

The Hyper-V Team at VMworld 2013 - Fun Times and Frozen Custard

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Many VMworld 2013 attendees looked at Hyper-V a long time ago, and haven’t kept up with the progress our platform has made in recent years. If you count yourself among this group, we at Microsoft would love to show you how far we’ve come. However, you needn’t take my word for it – I encourage you to find out for yourself.

The Hyper-V team took their message and information to VMworld 2013 in a fun and creative way. Varun Chhabra, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Server and Tools blogs about the experience in “Planes, trucks and frozen custard - The Hyper-V Team at VMworld 2013” where he had the opportunity to talk with customers, potential customers, and members of the VMWare staff.  It is an insightful view.  Check it out!

And for those of you interested in downloading some of the other products and trying them, here are some resources to help you:

  • Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview download
  • System Center 2012 R2 Preview download
  • SQL Server 2014 Community Technology Preview 1 (CTP1) download
  • Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview download
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  • In my country Honduras My  friend David is teaching Computer courses.

    He is teaching Windows server R2 with hyper-V (virtulization)

    When the virtual computers ask for ip addresses to the principal DHCP server there is a conflict of ip addresses.

    My friend have a cisco switch in his classroom connecting 40 hosts in the same network of the school! Cause in some labs the virtual machines need to get acces to the internet for download some windows updates and features!

    He got a Cisco Router 2911 only with gi 0/0 , gi 0/1 and gi 0/2 built-in (no serial modules installed) Now he thinks separating his network from the school network the conflict of ip address is done.  He need to configure DHCP in this router (int g1 0/0) for his 40 hosts get automatic ip address from his new router, without to be asking to the Principal DHCP server of the school, at the same time he need to get access to the internet for the student's Labs.

    How could this Router be connected in a separated network for virtualization labs and get internet access for the 40 physical computers in this lab classroom?