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  • 1. Virtualisation with Microsoft HyperV
    Dave Coleman
  • 2. Virtualisation – The Basics
    Market players
    Citrix
    VMware
    Microsoft Hyper-V
    Save money
    Reduce carbon footprint
    Reduce TCO
  • 3. Virtualisation – The Basics
    Standard Model
    One server = One role
    New role = New Server
    New Server = More Money
  • 4. Virtualisation – The Basics
    Virtualisation Model
    Start small
    One server
    Large memory and storage
    One server runs multiple guests
    Expand as necessary
    Multiple servers
    Centralised storage
    Failover
  • 5. Virtualised Environment
    Domain Controllers
    Physical
    Hyper-V Servers
    2 x Quad Core
    72 Gb RAM
    SAN
    iSCSI
    12 x 1TB disks in RAID 5 configuration
  • 6. Additional Benefits
    Automatic failover
    Hyper-V server fails all virtual server moved to another server
    User sees no loss of service
    Easily and quickly add servers
    Store ISO of operating system on Hyper-V servers
    Live migration
    Migrate virtual server to another Hyper-V server while its online
    User sees no loss of service
    Cost effective
    Not asking for more money every time you need a new server
    Prolong server lifecycles
  • 7. Free monitoring tool
    HyperV Monitoring Tool
    at http://mindre.net/post/Hyper-V-Monitor-Gadget-for-Windows-Sidebar.aspx
  • 8. System Center Virtual Machine Manager
  • 9. The Future
    Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
    Remote FX
    Dynamic Memory
    February 27th
  • 10. Contact Details
    Dave.coleman@twynhamschool.com
    Twitter id – http://twitter.com/davecoleman146
    Blog – http://Sharepointedutech.com