Monthly Archives: November 2011

Vendor Spotlight: Veeam Backup & Replication v6 Released

Veeam released their Backup & Replication v6 product today (Note to Veeam; time to change the URL  It is good to see the number of Hyper-V application vendors starting to increase.  I hope we see more from Veeam and … Continue reading

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Blog Highlight: Add Possible Owner to a Cluster Shared Volume

Came across this Post for an issue when adding a new node to and existing Hyper-V R2 SP1 cluster where the new node did not get added as a possible owner of the CSV disks or of the Quorum.  The … Continue reading

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Advisory Board Question of the Month: Which new server virtualization technology are you most thankful for?

For the annual Thanksgiving Advisory Board question, the simple snapshot makes a repeat appearance for my Hyper-V feature I am most thankful for, but this time it is because of its new live merging capabilities in Hyper-V 3.0. “ … Continue reading

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Windows Server 8 Quick Tip: Hyper-V 3.0 Replication

Came across this and thought I would share. If you are trying to replicate a VM from one Hyper-V 3.0 host to another, you must make sure the the appropriate Network Resource Pools have been configured exactly the same on … Continue reading

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Recent Article: Overcoming Hyper-V Live Migration Limitations with PowerShell CMDLets

With Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft lessened the feature gap between Hyper-V’s Live Migration and competitors’, but it still has some limitations. Thankfully, you can work around the shortcomings in Hyper-V Live Migration using Windows PowerShell cmdlets. Hyper-V Live Migration … Continue reading

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