Webcast – MVP Pro Speaker Series – Automating the Hyper-V Administration with PowerShell

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Hi there!

The System Center team is running a series of webcasts talking about Windows Server, Hyper-V and the System Center products.

I will start the series on 24/04 Wednesday, 8:00AM PST (1:00AM in Australia and 12:00PM in Brazil). My presentation, Automating the Hyper-V Administration with PowerShell, will walk through some details about the new version of PowerShell and how easy it is to manage your virtual environment using simple PowerShell commandlets. The webcast will focus IT Pros and how they can save time and resources to improve their Hyper-V servers with simple tasks and commands.

To join the Webcast, use the following links:

 
To check the schedule, other webcasts and the meeting reminders, use this link:

https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=918C54A82D3B2A31&id=918C54A82D3B2A31%21107

I hope to see you all there!

Leandro Carvalho 
Certified Ethical Hacker | MCSA+S+M| MCSE+S | MCTS | MCITP | MCBMSS | MCT | MVP Virtual Machine 
My Blog | MSVirtualization (pt-BR) | Technet Wiki Articles | MVP Profile
Twitter: LeandroEduardo | LinkedIn: Leandroesc

New Hyper-V Books Available on Amazon

Hi Guys.

It’s been a very busy year for a couple of MVPs that are writing about Hyper-V.

The first one, written by Aidan Finn, Patrick Lownds, Michel Luescher and Damian Flynn, was published on Amazon:

Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Installation and Configuration Guide

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Go-to guide for using Microsoft’s updated Hyper-V as a virtualization solution

Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V offers greater scalability, new components, and more options than ever before for large enterprise systems and small/medium businesses. Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Installation and Configuration Guide is the place to start learning about this new cloud operating system. You’ll get up to speed on the architecture, basic deployment and upgrading, creating virtual workloads, designing and implementing advanced network architectures, creating multitenant clouds, backup, disaster recovery, and more.

The international team of expert authors offers deep technical detail, as well as hands-on exercises and plenty of real-world scenarios, so you thoroughly understand all features and how best to use them.

  • Explains how to deploy, use, manage, and maintain the Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V virtualization solutions in large enterprises and small- to medium-businesses
  • Provides deep technical detail and plenty of exercises showing you how to work with Hyper-V in real-world settings
  • Shows you how to quickly configure Hyper-V from the GUI and use PowerShell to script and automate common tasks
  • Covers deploying Hyper-V hosts, managing virtual machines, network fabrics, cloud computing, and using file servers
  • Also explores virtual SAN storage, creating guest clusters, backup and disaster recovery, using Hyper-V for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), and other topics

Help make your Hyper-V virtualization solution a success with Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Installation and Configuration Guide.

The second book covers the Hyper-V deployment, written by Zahir Hussain Shah and reviewed by another Hyper-V MVP: Lai Yoong Seng:

Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V: Deploying Hyper-V Enterprise Server Virtualization Platform

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Building Hyper-V infrastructure with secured multitenancy, flexible infrastructure, scalability, and high availability

Overview

  • A complete step-by-step Hyper-V deployment guide, covering all Hyper-V features for configuration and management best practices.
  • Understand multi-tenancy, flexible architecture, scalability, and high availability features of new Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V.
  • Learn Hyper-V Replica, Hyper-V Extensible Virtual Switch, Virtual Machine Migration, Hyper-V Storage, Hyper-V Failover Clustering, and also System Center VMM and DPM for management, backup, and recovery.

In Detail

Over a short span of time, server virtualization has been one of the most rapidly adopted technologies in IT business. Microsoft Hyper-V is a hardware-assisted hypervisor product, available as a server role in the Windows Server operating system. Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V provides cutting-edge server virtualization features for a scalable, flexible, and highly available virtual machine infrastructure.

“Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V: Deploying Hyper-V Enterprise Server Virtualization Platform” is a comprehensive guide, which starts itself from basic virtualization and server consolidation concepts, and then goes deeper for discussing advanced topics, such as a Hyper-V scalability, failover, and virtual machine migration. This book is an ideal choice for those who are stepping into Hyper-V world, and also for those who are experts in Hyper-V and want to advance their skills with the new Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V.

This book contains topics starting from introducing Hyper-V as a hypervisor, and then moves ahead with covering advanced topics, related to Hyper-V configuration and virtual machine management.

The book starts with getting to know Hyper-V, and then we discuss planning, designing, and the implementation of Hyper-V. It then goes with advanced topics such as Hyper-V Replica, Hyper-V Networking and Storage, Hyper-V High Availability, and so on.

“Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V: Deploying Hyper-V Enterprise Server Virtualization Platform” is an expert guide for discussing Hyper-V configuration and management topics.

Well done guys!

Leandro Carvalho 
Certified Ethical Hacker | MCSA+S+M| MCSE+S | MCTS | MCITP | MCBMSS | MCT | MVP Virtual Machine 
My Blog | MSVirtualization (pt-BR) | Technet Wiki Articles | MVP Profile
Twitter: LeandroEduardo | LinkedIn: Leandroesc

Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Cookbook Now Available

Hi there.

It’s a pleasure to announce the release of my Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Cookbook.

As the first and only available Hyper-V 3.0 book at the moment, the idea of this cookbook is to help you to become a Hyper-V expert with a easy to ready and follow recipe format that will guide you thought all Hyper-V features.

All recipes give you the introduction of the content being discussed, the “how to” process and the section “how it works”. Another interesting thing about them is that almost all recipes have PowerShell commands and examples to help you to automate the Hyper-V management.

In detail:

Virtualization has proved that it can help organizations to reduce costs, and the Private Cloud has created a revolution in the way we manage and control our servers with centralization and elasticity. The new Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V release from Microsoft comes with a myriad of improvements in areas such as mobility, high availability and elasticity, bringing everything you need to create, manage and build the core components of a Microsoft Private Cloud for virtualized workloads.

“Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Cookbook” is the perfect accompaniment for Hyper-V administrators looking to take advantage of all the exciting new features the release has to offer. Through practical recipes, you’ll master Hyper-V deployment, migration and management.

“Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Cookbook” is an essential resource for any Hyper-V administrator looking to migrate, install and manage their virtual machine efficiently.

With all the features of Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V covered, you will learn everything from installation to disaster recovery, security, high availability, configuration, automation, architecture and monitoring, all in a practical recipe format. The book also includes new features such as Storage and Shared Nothing Live Migration, Hyper-V Replica and Network Virtualization and much more.

With “Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Cookbook” in hand, you’ll be equipped to manage your Private Cloud with ease.

  • Chapter 1: Installing and Managing Hyper-V in Full or Server Core Mode
    • Introduction
    • Verifying Hyper-V requirements
    • Enabling the Hyper-V role
    • Installing Windows Server 2012 and Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012
    • Managing a Server Core installation using sconfig
    • Enabling and disabling the graphical interface in Hyper-V
    • Configuring post-installation settings
  • Chapter 2: Migrating and Upgrading Physical and Virtual Servers
    • Introduction
    • Performing an in-place upgrade from Windows Server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2012
    • Exporting and importing virtual machines
    • Migrating virtual machines and updating their integration services
    • Converting VHD files to VHDX files
    • Migrating Virtual Machine storage using Storage Migration
    • Migrating virtual machines using Shared Nothing Live Migration
    • Converting physical computers to virtual machines
  • Chapter 3: Managing Disk and Network Settings
    • Introduction
    • Creating and adding virtual hard disks
    • Configuring IDE and SCSI controllers for virtual machines
    • Creating resource pools
    • Creating and managing virtual switches
    • Using advanced settings for virtual networks
    • Enabling and adding NIC teaming to a virtual machine
    • Configuring and adding Hyper-V Virtual Fibre Channel to virtual machines
  • Chapter 4: Saving Time and Cost with Hyper-V Automation
    • Introduction
    • Installing and running Hyper-V from a USB stick
    • Creating virtual machine templates
    • Learning and utilizing basic commands in PowerShell
    • Using small PowerShell commands for daily tasks
    • Enabling and working with remote connection and administration through PowerShell
  • Chapter 5: Hyper-V Best Practices, Tips, and Tricks
    • Introduction
    • Using the Hyper-V Best Practices Analyzer
    • Setting up dynamic memory for virtual machines
    • Enabling remote management for Hyper-V in workgroup environments
    • Installing and configuring an anti-virus on host and virtual machines
  • Chapter 6: Security and Delegation of Control
    • Introduction
    • Configuring Windows Update for Hyper-V
    • Configuring Cluster-Aware Updating for cluster nodes
    • Delegating control in Hyper-V
    • Configuring Port ACLs
    • Installing and configuring BitLocker for data protection
    • Configuring Hyper-V auditing
  • Chapter 7: Configuring High Availability in Hyper-V
    • Introduction
    • Installing and configuring an iSCSI Target server in Windows Server 2012
    • Installing and configuring the Windows Failover Clustering feature
    • Enabling Cluster Shared Volumes 2.0
    • Using Live Migration in a cluster environment
    • Configuring VM Priority for Clustered Virtual Machines
  • Chapter 8: Disaster Recovery for Hyper-V
    • Introduction
    • Backing up Hyper-V and virtual machines using Windows Server Backup
    • Restoring Hyper-V and virtual machines using Windows Server Backup
    • Configuring Hyper-V Replica between two Hyper-V hosts using HTTP authentication
    • Configuring Hyper-V Replica Broker for a Failover Cluster
    • Configuring Hyper-V Replica to use certificate-based authentication using an Enterprise CA
    • Using snapshots in virtual machines
  • Chapter 9: Monitoring, Tuning, and Troubleshooting Hyper-V
    • Introduction
    • Using real-time monitoring tools
    • Using Perfmon for logged monitoring
    • Using VM Monitoring
    • Monitoring Hyper-V Replica
    • Using Resource Metering
    • Tuning your Hyper-V server
    • Using Event Viewer for Hyper-V troubleshooting
  • Appendix: Hyper-V Architecture and Components
    • Understanding Hypervisors
    • Hyper-V architecture
    • Hyper-V architecture components
    • Differences between Hyper-V, Hyper-V Server, Hyper-V Client, and VMware

The good news is that Chapter 2 is available to download so you can have a look at the book concept and also be ready to migrate your current servers to Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V. To download the chapter, click here.

The book and ebook are available at http://www.packtpub.com/windows-server-2012-hypervisor-based-cookbook/book

You can also download the kindle version here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009OSQH9M/ref=cm_sw_r_fa_ask_Nz0gE.1B5SPHM

I hope you like it!

Leandro Carvalho
Certified Ethical Hacker | MCSA+S+M| MCSE+S | MCTS | MCITP | MCBMSS | MCT | MVP Virtual Machine
My Blog | MSVirtualization (pt-BR) | Technet Wiki Articles | MVP Profile
Twitter: LeandroEduardo | LinkedIn: Leandroesc

My Sessions at Infrastructure Saturday in Brisbane

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Hey folks.

On 3rd November, at the Microsoft Brisbane offices in the Brisbane CBD, a group of IT Pros formed by technical specialist, MVPs, Microsoft employees and other experts will be presenting the Infrastructure Saturday.

We will have a total of 14 sessions talking about Hyper-V, System Center 2012, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Group Policy, PowerShell, SharePoint, Exchange and Lync. from 9AM to 5:30PM.

I’ll be presenting 3 sessions with my mate Alessandro Cardoso:

  • System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1 – New Features and Improvements
  • Making your Virtual Machines High Available with Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V
  • Top 10 Reasons to Choose Microsoft Hyper-V
    It’s all about virtualisation. That’s our tasks with these three sessions, which will cover all enhancements and new features of Hyper-V new version and System Center Virtual Machine 2012 SP1. We are preparing lots of cool Brazilian jokes demos and real world scenarios. It will be a great opportunity to keep up to date with all information you need about Microsoft virtualisation.
    To view the list with all sessions, click here.
    The event is totally free, but it requires registration, which can be completed here.
    So if you are around in Brisbane that Saturday, just come up there.
    See you there!

Leandro Carvalho
Certified Ethical Hacker | MCSA+S+M| MCSE+S | MCTS | MCITP | MCBMSS | MCT | MVP Virtual Machine
My Blog | MSVirtualization (pt-BR) | Technet Wiki Articles | MVP Profile
Twitter: LeandroEduardo | LinkedIn: Leandroesc

Windows Server 2012 Resources–Download, Free Online Training, Practice Exam, Presentation Files, Videos and Much More

Hi Everyone!

WS and Cloud

After a busy week at Teched Australia, I’m finally back, trying to catch up all the releases and news.

Now that I have time to follow the updates, I’ve noticed lots of info about Windows Server 2012 that has been released last week. This new version comes with tons of features and improvements to run any workload in a cloud infrastructure. It doesn’t matter if you have public, private or hybrid clouds, Windows Server 2012 suits all of them and bring reliability, flexibility and manageability to your servers.

To help you getting all you need to get ready for Windows Server I created this list of links and resources that I think will be pretty handy. Check it out:

WS2012Download Windows Server 2012http://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/evalcenter/hh670538.aspx

Windows Server 2012 Bloghttp://blogs.technet.com/b/windowsserver/

Launch Event Videoshttp://www.windows-server-launch.com/Home

Free Online Training on Microsoft Virtual Academyhttp://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/tracks/windows-server-2012-first-look

Free Microsoft Practice Examshttp://www.accelerated-ideas.com/aiMExamsChoose.aspx

More than 100 TechEd 2012 Hands-On Labs (Available till September 30th and requires sign-up for free) https://northamerica.msteched.com/signin?returnurl=/contentcatalog?sessiontype=hands-on%20lab&mtag=blog#fbid=qmYb-2g5yjm

Free ebook: Introduction to Windows Server 2012: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/microsoft_press/archive/2012/09/05/free-ebook-introducing-windows-server-2012-rtm-edition.aspx

PowerPoint Presentation and Videos on TechEd Calaloghttp://northamerica.msteched.com/contentcatalog?Keyword=&Categories=&Timeslot=&Speaker=&Day=&Start=&Finish=&oc=91938038-434d-e111-9562-001ec953730b&take=20&skip=-20&sort=start#fbid=qmYb-2g5yjm

Windows Server 2012 Technet Forumshttp://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/windowsserver

Windows Server 2012 Resource Webpagehttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/hh534429.aspx

PowerShell 3.0 Download - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=34595

Download Hyper-V Server 2012 (Free Hyper-V version)http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/hyper-v-server/

Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Architecture Posterhttp://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29189

Hyper-V Poster

Atari Games for IE 10 http://arcade.atari.com/ (Come one, we also need some fun!)

Enjoy!

Leandro Carvalho
Certified Ethical Hacker | MCSA+S+M| MCSE+S | MCTS | MCITP | MCBMSS | MCT | MVP Virtual Machine
My Blog | MSVirtualization (pt-BR) | LinhadeCodigo | MVP Profile
Twitter: LeandroEduardo | LinkedIn: Leandroesc

Be Ready for Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V… With PowerShell

As an IT Pro, you might be reading this post and thinking “I hate command lines and that’s not gonna work for me”, but WAIT! Don’t close the webpage yet…  Well, you’re right… I also do hate commands (At least one thing you got to agree with me. We can save a lot of freaking work with them.). I’m not a developer and some of them need some developing skills, blah, blah, blah.

The good news is that Microsoft knows that too. PowerShell has been made for people like us, that are not familiar with scripting and need something easy to do the things we normally do via graphical interface using commandlets (Powershell commands).

My mission here is to prove that you can really be a Powershell specialist and do almost all your tasks on Hyper-V using commands. You think it is impossible??? Keep reading then…

The first thing, before we start, is to update the PowerShell help content. The examples provided by the PowerShell help is great and we will need it. Microsoft is always providing new content and information that can be downloaded and installed locally on your servers.

To do that, you just need to open a PowerShell window from your Hyper-V Server and run the command Update-Help. That’s it… All modules will be updated with the latest details. If you prefer, you can update only the Hyper-V module by typing Update-Help –Module Hyper-V.

Second step and tip: Use PowerShell ISE. This version provides a GUI console that helps you to identify spelling errors and command issues. Very handy.

Third and last tip before we start. Get to know the existing PowerShell commandlets for Hyper-V. By typing Get-Command –Module Hyper-V you can see a list of all commands related to the Hyper-V module. Don’t worry, you don’t need to decorate all of them. Well… you can try, but I don’t think it would be easy to decorate 162 commands in one go. Smile

You are ready to go then. Seated in front your computer with all set. But… where to start?

To get it even easier, let’s try to use some daily task you might have to do as a Hyper-V Administrator. What about a new virtual machine?

The secret here is to know how to find and use the command for your tasks. Using the example above, let’s try to find commandlets that can create NEW things.

Get-Command –Module Hyper-V –Name *New*

PS 01

This command will show you every commandlet that has the word New on it. From the list you can easily find the command New-VM. That’s what we are looking for.

If you are searching a particular noun or even a verb, you can also use the –noun or –verb option:

Get-Command –Noun VM

Get-Command –Verb Stop

Great, first secret done: Find the command. The next one is to know how to use it. That’s even easier!

Now that we know the command we need, let’s use the help to get more information about it.

Help New-VM

PS 02

“Hmmm, I can see all the information Leo… but I’m lazy. Too much things to read and understand”. Yeah we all are… But if you already know the command, the help content can give you some tip about improvements and tricks.

You can also filter the help results using the following examples:

Help New-VM –Detailed

Help New-VM –Full

Now, if you just want to go straight and execute the task as quick as possible, you just need to know one command, THE ONE command.

Help New-VM –Examples

PS 03

The –Examples switch can show what IT Pros are looking for… The command examples to copy, paste, change and run… Easy done.

Now, going a little bit deeper, let’s dig in the New-VM command. Have a look in this example:

New-VM –Name NewVM –MemoryStartupBytes 512MB –path C:\Hyper-V\VMs

You don’t have to be an expert to know what is going on there right? Just a new VM called NewVM with the memory startup bytes configured with 512MB created in the C:\Hyper-V\VMs path.

After reading that, those bloody IT Pro thoughts are polluting your mind again “But that’s too long, I can do that faster using GUI!”

What about, the same command, but with less details and almost the same result?

New-VM –Name NewVM

You think it still complicated? Just try New-VM then… It works too!

New-VM

Still not convinced? What about a GUI interface that you can use to build the whole command using nice lists and dropdown menus with a hot chocolate after the command execution?

Just type Show-Command and this beauty below will pop up.

Powershell 01

You need something easier? F&^$@ mate… get a trainee to do the job for you! He might get the coffee for you as well. Smile

These were a couple of examples of how you can explore and adopt PowerShell to automate your daily tasks without being a script expert. Not that hard right?

You like scripting? You think it was too easy? What about create a hundred of new VMs in just one shot?

$CreateVM = @(); (1..100) | %{ $CreateVM += New-VM -Name "NewVM$_" }

So who is faster now? Why don’t you try to create 100 new VM’s using the GUI?

You see? We can go from the dummies commands till advanced and nice tasks. After a couple of tests and practicing you will have PowerShell doing all the job for you.

This link also will help you: It has a list with all Hyper-V commands, with examples, explanations and available options: http://technet.microsoft.com/library/hh848559.aspx

Another very nice tool that works as an Add-on for PowerShell ISE is the Microsoft Script Explorer. You can use it to find tons of existing scripts on Microsoft and from the community. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29101

So, IT Pro fellas, not being a developer is not an excuse to use PowerShell anymore… Winking smile

 

Leandro Carvalho
MCSA+S+M| MCSE+S | MCTS | MCITP | MCBMSS | MCT | MVP Virtual Machine
My Blog | MSVirtualization (pt-BR) | LinhadeCodigo | MVP Profile

Twitter: LeandroEduardo | LinkedIn: Leandroesc

Novidades, Overview e Minhas Sessões no MMS 2012

 

Olá Pessoal.

Durante a semana do dia 16 de abril eu estive no Microsoft Management Summit 2012 (MMS 2012) e foi uma experiência fantástica!

Antes mesmo de ir eu já tinha sido convidado pra participar de uma sessão sobre o Hyper-V com o título Top 10 Reasons to Choose Microsoft Hyper-V R2 SP1 e também ajudar no stand the perguntas e respostas com outros MVPs, além de ajudar na mesa de MCTs tirando dúvidas sobre certificações, incluindo as novas sobre Private Cloud e fazendo uma outra palestra sobre as provas 70-640 e 70-642.

Confira abaixo algumas fotos da sessão que apresentei junto com o MVP e MCT Erdal Ozkaya:

Durante o evento tivemos várias palestras sobre os produtos da família System Center, Windows Server e outras soluções de gerenciamento e deployment. Realmente tivemos muito conteúdo de primeira com palestras bem interessantes, onde tentei focar em produtos que não tenho muita experiência como System Center Orchestrator e System Center Service Manager, além dos produtos que já trabalho como System Center Virtual Machine Manager e virtualização em geral.

Pra começar com as novidades lançadas no evento criei uma lista com as principais:

· Toda a família System Center 2012 foi oficialmente lançada no dia 17 de abril durante o Keynote do evento.

· Os exames beta de Private Cloud (70-246 e 70-247) que fazem parte da nova certificação MCSE Private Cloud foram liberados também no mesmo dia e já estão disponíveis. Todos os participantes tiveram a oportunidade de fazer os dois exames de graça durante o evento.

· Foi oficializado que o Windows Server 8 será chamado de Windows Server 2012.

· A nova versão do App-V 5.0 foi lançada, agora suportando o Windows 8.

· Um novo componente do MDOP chamado User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) também foi lançado durante o evento.

· Lançamento oficial do novo MDT 2012 que suporta migrações para as novas versões do Windows.

· Lançamento do ADK (anteriormente chamado de WAIK) com suporte as novas versões do Windows.

As soluções mais comentadas e vistas durante as palestras foram os produtos da família System Center. O interessante é todos os produtos tem uma certa integração entre eles. Um exemplo legal seria de um problema em algum servidor, que gera um alerta automaticamente no SCOM, que por sua vez usa um connector do Orchestrator para gerar um chamado no SCSM, que por sua vez pode usar outras integrações para fazer praticamente o que você quiser.

O que ficou claro é que toda a família oferece tudo o que você precisa para ter o gerenciamento, administração, controle e monitoramento de uma Private Cloud fim-a-fim, fornecendo não somente a virtualização, mas também todos os componentes e recursos necessários para ter o controle de sua Private Cloud em suas mãos de uma forma fácil e eficaz.

Falando em Cloud, como comentei, fizemos as duas provas betas durante o evento e achei a primeira (70-246) um pouco complicada (mas não difícil), pois não tinha conhecimento em SCSM e SC Orchestrator, mas caso você já tenha instalado e “brincado” com esses produtos não será tão complicado assim.

Já a segunda (70-247) eu achei mais fácil por ter boa parte das perguntas focando o SCVMM 2012. Para dicas sobre os dois exames eu recomendo a leitura do post que meu amigo Cleber Marques postou em seu blog: http://msmvps.com/blogs/clebermarques/archive/2012/04/23/dicas-para-os-exames-70-246-e-70-247-sobre-nuvem-privada.aspx

Eu gostei também de algumas palestras que ofereceram um nível técnico um pouco mais avançado como as que falavam de SCVMM e Orchestrator.

Já na terça eu tive minha palestra sobre Hyper-V com meu amigo Erdal Ozkaya. A idéia era de mostrar os benefícios de usar o Hyper-V ao invés de Vmware (fácil =D ). No final ainda fiz uma demo mostrando várias coisas legais sobre o Hyper-V do Windows Server 2012 usando PowerShell 3.0.

Se você ficou curioso em ver as palestras e as demos que comentei acima, a organização do evento liberou o download dos PPTs e videos pelo website http://www.mms-2012.com/digitalmms.

 

Eu gostaria de agradecer o responsável por eu ter ido ao MMS, o Danilo Bordini. Os meses que eu e o Cleber Marques (vencedores do concurso MIVP) realmente valeram a pena. Ficamos em um ótimo hotel e não gastamos um centavo durante o evento, mas o mais legal mesmo foi de ter ido ao Fogo de Chão e de ter comigo um verdadeiro churrasco brasileiro, coisa que sinto muito falta. =)

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Valeu galera e até a próxima.

Leandro Carvalho
MCSA+S+M| MCSE+S | MCTS | MCITP | MCBMSS | MCT | MVP Virtual Machine
MSVirtualization | BetterTogether | LinhadeCodigo | MVP Profile
Twitter: LeandroEduardo | LinkedIn: Leandroesc

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