My new book that I have been working on for the past year is nearly published! I love all things virtualization (VMware, Microsoft, Xen, etc.). So, when I had the opportunity to write a book on a subject that I am so passionate about, I was thrilled. My hope is that this book will help those companies and administrators looking to implement Hyper-V, get the most out of this virtualization platform for their organization.
Completing this project has been a difficult, but ultimately rewarding experience. However, publishing a book has been a lifelong dream of mine and I am glad that I was able to make it happen. It’s been a long journey that has taught me a lot along the way. I even had some fun along the way.
Here are just a few of the topics you can expect to see in the book:
- Managing Hyper-V with SCVMM 2008 and PRO Integration
- Creating Hyper-V failover clusters for highly available VM’s
- Leveraging Quick Migration in Hyper-V failover clusters
- Performing P2V migrations with and without SCVMM 2008
- Managing and automating Hyper-V with PowerShell and WMI
- Backing up and recovering VM’s with Windows Server Backup and DPM 2007
- Implementing Role-Based Access control on Hyper-V servers with and without SCVMM 2008