I’m happy to tell the my second scenarion for Microsoft TechNet IT Pro Academy germany went online yesterday.
This time I had a project about desaster recovery with Microsoft Azure.
for all of you who are not able to join us in Berlin. There is an additional Bootcamp at Elanity Network Partner in Hannover. So use the chance and get experted by e.g. Benedict Berger
Register here: http://www.elanity.de/25042015globalazurebootcamp
25.04.2015, 10:00 – 15:00 o’clock (GMT+1)
Azure Einsatzszenarien und Grundlagen für IT-Profis
Optional: Teilnahme an weltweitem Rechen-Projekt
Location: Elanity Hannover
Rendsburger Str. 34, 30659 Hannover
Price: 0,00 € inkl. MwSt.
Pizza for free!!!!
On the 25.04. I will speak about Azure Site Recovery at Azure Bootcamp in Berlin.
Would be happy to see some of you
Find more information on the follwing pages.
With System Center Virtual Machine Manager Update Rollup 5 there came some real cool features. One of my favorit is to deleted and manage Windows Server Hyper-V converged switch or how it is called in VMM standards switch.
Before you can see and work with the VM Switch your VMM environment musst be on Update Rollup 5 and VMM need a network connect to the Hyper-V Host for the whole time. So it might be neccessary to connect one NIC of the host to you management network.
First put the Mode in Maintance Mode
The easiest way to delete the converged switch is to open the Hyper-V Host properties.
Go to Virtual Switches
Now select the switch you want to delete and press delete
If all went well, the task in VMM should be green and your vNIC on the host should be removed.
Altaro will host a webinar about Upcoming features in Hyper-V vNext with my personal superheros Mr. Aidan Finn (@JoeElway) and Rick Claus.
Join us on Thursday, 26th March 2015 at 4PM CET