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free training: Failover Clustering with Hyper-V: Designing a Highly-Available Infrastructure for the Private Cloud

Tuesday, December 6th from 8am-11am PST. Microsoft is are offering a free training: Failover Clustering with Hyper-V: Designing a Highly-Available Infrastructure for the Private Cloud

 

Register here: http://mctreadiness.com/MicrosoftCareerConferenceRegistration.aspx?pid=287

 

Join Symon Perriman (Technical Evangelist for Private Cloud) and Elden Christensen (Principal Program Manager Lead for Clustering) to understand how Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Clustering with Hyper-V provides critical infrastructure for any datacenter with VM high-availability and mobility.  This event will provide an introduction to clustering, then focus on the design, deployment and management considerations for your virtualized datacenter or Private Cloud.  Topics include hardware, validation, deployment, host clustering, guest clustering, virtualization, live migration, multi-site clustering, System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 & 2012, and offers a wealth of best practices.  No prior clustering knowledge is needed.
Agenda:

·        Introduction to Clustering – Learn the basics of Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Clustering

·        Hyper-V High-Availability – Dive into best practices, tips and tricks to provide VM high-availability and mobility

·        Private Cloud High-Availability – Enhance the datacenter with integration from SCVMM (2008 R2 and 2012) and multi-site clustering

 

Register here: http://mctreadiness.com/MicrosoftCareerConferenceRegistration.aspx?pid=287

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