Monthly Archives: November 2009

My Recent TechTarget Articles

Blog writing has been light here for a while since I have been spending my spare time documenting many of the tips and tricks I have learned throughout the years with Hyper-V and server virtualizations in general. The articles range from true how-to to licensing considerations to marketing a server virtualization deployment to your management. If you get a chance take a look at the articles.

Virtualization don’ts- Neglecting VM resource allocation

Using Diskshadow for backing up Hyper-V workloads

Gathering workload data essential to P2V migration

Winning management buy-in for server virtualization projects

How to make Hyper-V server virtualization licensing work for you

Using Windows Server Backup for Hyper-V workloads

Creating virtual machine templates aids Windows server provisioning

Fixed vs. dynamic disks for Hyper-V virtual machines

How Hyper-V snapshots work

The top four Hyper-V virtualization problems that plague admins

The pros and cons of clustered virtual host environments Continue reading

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My Recent TechTarget Articles

Blog writing has been light here for a while since I have been spending my spare time documenting many of the tips and tricks I have learned throughout the years with Hyper-V and server virtualizations in general.  The articles range … Continue reading

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Winning Market Share

Recently I was reading Seth Godin’s blog, which has nothing to do with virtualization, but everything to do about the mindset of a consumer.  He points out something very basic in his entry, that Microsoft needs to address in Hyper-V … Continue reading

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