Teched 2010 Europe Cluster Sessions   1 comment

VIR309 – Disaster Recovery by Stretching Hyper-V Clusters Across Sites

VIR309_Perriman.pptx

As servers are consolidated into VMs, the availability of those VMs is becoming increasingly important in providing disaster tolerance and business continuance. This session covers considerations of multi-site clustering, where virtual machines can be configured on a Hyper-V Failover Cluster that reaches across sites. This session also covers conducting live migrations across datacenters, and considerations of Cluster Shared Volumes with replication software.

 

WSV204-IS – Failover Clustering 101: Everything you Wanted to Know but were Afraid to Ask (Repeats on Friday)

WSV204-IS_Perriman.pptx

Want to learn about Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Clustering for the first time?  We will show you how to build a highly-available File Server and Hyper-V cluster in just a few simple steps, while answering any and all of your questions.  We will cover planning, licensing, virtualization, support, validation, hardware, networking considerations, building a cluster, deploying workloads on a cluster, and deploying virtual machines on a cluster.  No prior clustering knowledge is needed!

WSV306-IS – Failover Clustering with Hyper-V Unleashed in Windows Server 2008 R2

WSV306-IS_Perriman.pptx

This is a free-form session that will demo, whiteboard and discuss what’s on YOUR MIND!  Share the pain you have using Failover Clustering with Hyper-V, ask difficult questions or let us know why some customers avoid clustering even when there is a need to implement a high availability solution.  Get the answers you need, directly from the world’s leading clustering experts.

 

WSV313 – Failover Clustering in 2008 R2: What’s New in the #1 High-Availability Solution

WSV313_Perriman.pptx

Learn about what makes Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Clustering the top Server High-Availability solution! Clustering has changed in every area since 2003, so in this technical session you will learn about Hyper-V, Live Migration, validation, flexible hardware requirements, easy deployment, migration, Cluster Shared Volumes multi-site clustering and easier management. A live demo will deploy a 2008 R2 Failover Cluster from scratch. Clustering knowledge recommended.

 

WSV403 – Failover Clustering & Hyper-V: Planning your Highly-Available Virtualization Environment

WSV403_Nasslander.pptx

This technical session will discuss Hyper-V and Failover Clustering live migration, deployment considerations, licensing, upgrades, host clustering, guest clustering, disaster recovery, multi-site clustering, System Center Virtual Machine Manager, hardware and validation. What are the pros and cons of each virtualization solution? What’s right for my customers and their scenarios? What about combining physical and virtual machines in the same cluster? This session will include a live demo of a Hyper-V Cluster deployment and live migration.

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Posted November 15, 2010 by Robert Smit [MVP] in Teched 2010, Teched 2010 Berlin

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  1. Excellent article, thanks.

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