Kevin A. Remde, IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft
Over the past several years, virtualization has played an increasingly vital role in business data centers, eventually becoming one of the key aspects of a flexible infrastructure and a private (or even hybrid) cloud solution. Although VMware and their products have traditionally been the leader in this space, their days of market dominance are at an end. You probably didn’t know that, and VMware is certainly not going to tell you.
Microsoft’s Hyper-V – the hypervisor included in the latest server products and even available as a free-yet-full-featured hypervisor, has surpassed vSphere in capability, scalability, flexibility, and performance. And when you add to that the improvements in the recent R2 release, plus System Center 2012 R2 components like Virtual Machine Manager, the story only gets better.
In this live and interactive session, we will inform and enlighten you on just a few of the key things that you may not yet know about Microsoft’s solution for virtualization, and leave you with useful resources for further learning.