Architecting Hyper-V for EPIC Systems Session– March 25th Washington D.C.

 

UPDATE: The weather didn’t cooperate with our training in on February 18th in D.C.   Luckily it has been rescheduled for March 25th in the same location at the Chevy Chase, MD Microsoft MTC.  Hoping we can get even a bigger group there now what we have a few more weeks work with.  If you are going, let me know.  

Let me start out by saying this is not a training given by EPIC Systems, but by someone (ME) who has been working with Hyper-V in a clinical environment since the early betas of Hyper-V in 2007.  One of those critical clinical components has been EPIC.  In conjunction with Microsoft and XtreamIT, we will be looking at what your current environment looks like, whether it be physical hardware or VMware, and to understand what your overall IT goals are.  We will also going through the many different features of Hyper-V and giving an intense brain dump of everything you need to know about Hyper-V and how to architect it as a stable, scalable and highly available.  The sessions are small and personal with an agenda that looks something like what is on the right, but the goal is to be as flexible as possible tailored to the level of the audience.  This is an exciting time with Hyper-V now officially on the Target Platform List which makes it much easier for technical and management staff to look at a true alternative to the higher prices paid for VMware without sacrificing any performance or vendor incompatibilities.

You can get more info on the workshop by clicking the link below.  And its Free!

http://xtreamit.com/epic-on-hyper-v-workshop/

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