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Prepare Your Career for the Cloud

System Center 2012

on 1/18/2012 1:00 PM Eastern / 10:00 AM PST. You will NOT want to miss this...

Please Register https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032501883&Culture=en-US

About this TechNet webcast:

The "cloud" is simply the next level of virtualization. For those that do not have virtualization experience, this webcast describes the fundamentals of Hyper-V while giving you a jump start to your virtualization or cloud career. Then, we dive deep into the Microsoft hypervisor-based server virtualization technology. Professional Hyper-V and VMware administrators can learn how their existing virtualization knowledge can be leveraged to quickly move to the next layer of virtualization, the private cloud. So, have your cup of caffeine, and buckle up to take a very fast and eventful ride from where you are now to where you need to be to advance your career.

Some of the things we will discuss..

  • Virtualization Overview
  • Hyper-V
  • -Private Cloud Foundation
  • -"Enabling" Hyper-V Role
  • -Inside Hyper-V Manager
    • Overview of Hyper-V Manager
    • Inside Hyper-V Networking
    • Hyper-V Disks
  • Dynamic Memory In Action!!!
  • Inside Storage
  • Hot Add Storage
  • Live Migration / High Availability
  • Lots of Demo's (mostly demo)
  • What's Next for my Career
  • Q&A

 

Dan Stolts will be running this event, he is a great Evangelist for Microsoft in the New England areas

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John Weston is a Cloud IT Pro Evangelist for Microsoft.http://aka.ms/syscntr During the last ten years he has spoken to thousands of IT Professionals across the country. Before joining Microsoft full time, he spent six years as an MCT, training people at a local college and getting new Microsoft hires up to speed. He holds more certifications than he can remember, but the list definitely includes MCITP, MCSE, MCDBA, MCT, and CCNA. Before becoming and MCT, Weston co-owned a software development and consulting firm that was a Microsoft Partner based in Dallas. His primary blog includes http://blogs.technet.com/b/jweston.