Windows Virtualization components

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Before I start with Hyper-V basics, we need to understand, what components make a complete Private cloud solutions. Please go through these links & this will help you to familiarize with all components which makes this whole package & their role in the fabric.

Before I start with Hyper-V basics, we need to understand, what components make a complete Private cloud solutions. Please go through these links & this will help you to familiarize with all components which makes this whole package & their role in the fabric.
 
 Configure Hyper-V VM
         
  1. Create and configure virtual machine settings.
  1. Create and configure virtual machine storage.
  1. Create and configure virtual networks.

Configure and Manage Virtual Machine High Availability

  1. Configure failover clustering with Hyper-V.
  1. Manage failover clustering roles.
  1. Manage virtual machine movement.
  1. Implement virtual machines.
  1. Implement virtualisation networking.
  1. Implement virtualization storage.
  1. Manage and maintain a server virtualization infrastructure.

Monitor and Maintain a Server Virtualization Infrastructure

  1. Plan and implement a monitoring strategy.

Planning considerations including monitoring servers using Audit Collection Services (ACS) and System Center Global Service Monitor, performance monitoring, application monitoring, centralized monitoring, and centralized reporting
Implement and optimize System Center 2012 Operations Manager management packs
Plan for monitoring Active Directory

  1. Plan and implement a business continuity and disaster recovery solution.
What’s New in Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2  -> TechEd 2013 North America

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