From the Back Cover
Jump into Hyper–V and start virtualizing
Want to efficiently run multiple copies of Windows and Linux on the same server? Or create highly available virtual machines with Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2? Written by members of the virtualization team at Microsoft, the new edition of this practical guide has been fully updated to cover the new features and capabilities of Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper–V. From installing and configuring to achieving high availability and automating tasks, this book provides you with expert tips and best practices to help you start taking advantage of Hyper–V today.
Build a scalable environment that helps you increase processing without additional IT investments
Migrate your virtual machine, automate tasks, and utilize scripting
Ensure high availability and improve the performance of your virtual networks
Take advantage of new features and new processor functionality
Discover how to use virtualization for disaster recovery and quick migrations
Learn to effectively manage virtual machines with the latest System Center tools: Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2, Data Protection Manager 2010, and System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2
About the Author
is a senior technical product manager at Microsoft, helping customers with virtualization and high–performance computing. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and a TechNet Magazine
Mike Sterling is a program manager at Microsoft, where he focuses on the functionality of Hyper–V in Windows Server. He is a regular presenter at TechEd and an active contributor to Microsoft′s virtualization team blog.