in behalf of Altaro, I would like to a free Webinar with three top of the edge speaker around Microsoft Software Defined Datacenter.
The transition to adopting cloud services is unique for every organization. What does yours look like?
Join Microsoft MVPs Andy Syrewicze (Technical Evangelist – Altaro), Didier Van Hoye (Infrastructure Architect – FGIA), and Thomas Maurer (Cloud Architect – itnetX) for a crash course on the possibilities of cloud technologies coming out of Microsoft including:
- Windows Server 2019 and the Software-Defined Datacenter
- New Management Experiences for Infrastructure with Windows Admin Center
- Hosting an Enterprise Grade Cloud in your datacenter with Azure Stack
- Taking your first steps into the public cloud with Azure IaaS
After watching the experts discuss the details, you’ll see that the cloud doesn’t have to be an all or nothing discussion. This webinar will prepare you for your journey by revealing the available options and how to make the most out of them!
Wednesday June 13th 2018 –
Presented live twice on the day – Registration
- Session 1: 2pm CEST – 5am PDT – 8am EDT
- Session 2: 6pm CEST – 9am PDT – 12pm EDT
today I want inform you about a great german webcast coming up on the 22nd of April. The webcast is held bei my good friend Thomas Maurer.
The topic ist: “Was ist neu im Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V”.
You can join it via following link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1585531324418818049
Altaro published a great new eBook “Supercharging Hyper-V Performance”.
Here’s what you can expect from this eBook:
- A practical guide to finding and fixing issues in storage, CPU, memory, and network components
- Instructions on how to use Windows Performance Monitor and PAL to monitor your virtualized environment
- Advice on how to plan hosts, VMs, storage, networking and management for maximum performance.
You can download it here.
Altaro is again featuring a new Webcast together with my friend Didier better known as Working Hard in IT. They will show you how to troubleshoot Microsoft Hyper-V 🙂 I would highly recommend the event to you.
If you’ve been in IT for any length of time, you’ve likely gotten that phone call that you never want to get: Everything is broken! It’s the end of the world! The sky is falling! Your Hyper-V Host or Cluster is broken and you are the person to fix it!
Where do you start?
What are the most common things to look for?
These are exactly some of the questions we’ll be covering in our next webinar, on February 25th, 2016 at 4pm CET / 10am EST!
Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVPs Didier Van Hoye and Andy Syrewicze will be answering these questions, and will also be sharing some tales from the trenches.
In this webinar you’ll learn Hyper-V troubleshooting basics and solutions to common problems. You’ll also see some Hyper-V oddities that were encountered by Didier and Andy and how these issues were ultimately resolved and with what tools.
It’s one thing to setup and run a virtualization solution. It’s another thing to fix it when it’s broken.
Sign up now to join us on February 25th, 2016 at 4pm CET / 10am EST (30-45mins + live Q&A!) for some tales from the trenches!
If you are interested to watch the cast, you only need to register on the Altaro website. <click here>
you should save the 10th December 2015 in your calender’s. My friend Thomas Maurer is presenting some cool Scripting Stuff for Hyper-V together with Altaro. 🙂
Click here to register for the event.
System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) provides some great automation benefits for those organizations that can afford the hefty price tag. However, if SCVMM isn’t a cost effective solution for your business, what are you to do? While VMM certainly makes automation much easier, you can achieve a good level of automation with PowerShell and the applicable PowerShell modules for Hyper-V, clustering, storage, and more.
Are you looking to get grips with automation and scripting?
Join Thomas Maurer, Microsoft Datacenter and Cloud Management MVP, who will use this webinar to show you how to achieve automation in your Hyper-V environments, even if you don’t have SCVMM.
Remember, any task you have to do more than once, should be automated. Bring some sanity to your virtual environment by adding some scripting and automation know-how to your toolbox.