Companies of all sizes worldwide are looking to virtualization to change the
way data centers operate. Server consolidation, energy efficiency, simpler
management, and deployment and increased capacity are all tangible benefits
to be gained from a move to virtual servers and virtually hosted services.
Microsoft has introduced Hyper–V, a Hypervisor–based virtualization platform
integrated with the operating system, allowing you to dynamically add
physical and virtual resources into your data center with minimal pain.
Table Of Contents:
CHAPTER 1 Hyper-V and the Tools of the Trade
CHAPTER 2 Automating Hyper-V Deployment
CHAPTER 3 Managing Virtualization with System Center Virtual Machine Manager
CHAPTER 4 Migrating Physical and Virtual Machines to Hyper-V
CHAPTER 5 Automating Hyper-V
CHAPTER 6 Monitoring Hyper-V and VM Performance
CHAPTER 7 Creating Highly Available Hyper-V Systems
CHAPTER 8 Protecting Your Virtual Machines
CHAPTER 9 Securing Your Virtual Infrastructure
APPENDIX A Preview of Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V with Live Migration
* ISBN: 1430219084
* ISBN-13: 9781430219088
* Format: Paperback, 448pp
* Publisher: Apress L. P.
* Pub. Date: May 2009