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  • Blog Post: App-V 4.6 RTM and MED-V 1.0 SP1 RC are here!!

    Just wanted to spread the good word that Karri sent out to the team As announced on the Windows for your Business blog , Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6, including App-V for RDS, is now publicly available as part of MDOP 2010!!! In addition, MED-V 1.0 SP1 RC for Windows 7 is now available! App...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server Virtualization Security Discussion At Black Hat

    Jeff has managed to get 5 minutes of his day back to put up an announcement around WSV security . An important heads up about Black Hat next week in Las Vegas. For those of you who don’t know what Black Hat is, Black Hat bills itself as a security convention that puts you face to face with people on...
  • Blog Post: System Center Virtual Machine Manager RTM

    Massive announcement from the Virtual Machine Manager Team today . The RTM of SCVMM has hit the floor which means we will start to do some deep dive work on this product and show some amazing value add, which includes showing some of the value add when using this product! I have used many a virtualization...
  • Blog Post: Cool Hyper-V Registry Settings

    Andrew Auret is one of our hot shots MCS consultants in the UK. He emailed me earlier with some bits and pieces with regards to Hyper-V and sent me a really handy tip! Well like any handy tip I do like to pass it onto the community at large! Cool registry entries in the Child guests under “HKLM...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Server Virtualization Calculator demo

    If you don't by licence's or have no interest in them, then this article probably is not going to be one for you to read...... :( However for the rest of you that carried on reading, I wanted to put up another demo on a handy tool that can show you the cost advantages of using Microsoft Virtualization...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server Virtualization Videos from Teched 2007!

    So I will be posting some great Virtualization Video's from TechEd 2007 over the next couple of days! These were two great Videos around Windows Server Virtualization (Which had more people hitting these stands than you could shake a stick at!). These Video's are here to help dismiss some of the myths...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V WMI API's Publicly Available

    The virtualization team is pleased to announce the public beta release of the Hyper-V WMI interfaces . Hyper-V WMI APIs . Hyper-V uses WMI APIs (similar to the Virtual Server COM API) to create, manage, monitor, configure virtual resources. We expect the Hyper-V WMI APIs to be used widely in a variety...
  • Blog Post: Building a Host Cluster with Hyper-V Beta 1

    I love these types of posts! And good old Robert L posted this amazing post on Hyper-V. Roberts Blog should be on the left and down a little :o) ...... Anyway if you want to rapidly build up a 2 node Hyper-V Cluster this is what your going to need..... Some Hardware.... A copy of Windows Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: VMRCPlus - Download

    Keith Combs has put up the link a great new tool that I have been playing with all day. Its a great way for controlling and managing your Virtual Server platforms. For those of you running Microsoft Virtual Server , we have a new treat in store for you. Matthijs ten Seldam , a Principal Consultant in...
  • Blog Post: App-V 4.6 Public Beta now available for download

    Wow oh wow!! Big news! Huge News!!! The MDOP product team just announced the immediate availability of the Microsoft App-V 4.6 beta, the first version to not only support 64-bit clients but also the virtualization of true 64-bit applications: Today, I am happy to announce immediate availability of Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Server R2 SP1 can run up to 512 virtual machines...

    Jeff updated the Virtualization blog with a bit of a comparison from the various Virtual Server releases and there scalability...... ---------------- Virtualization Nation, In one of my earlier posts, I mentioned the fact that Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 now supports up to 256 GB of memory and can run...