TechNet Radio: (Part 7) Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective - Dynamic Workload Balancing

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Continuing their “Hyper-V from a VMware admin's perspective" series,Keith Mayer and Andy Syrewicze show us how to dynamically optimize and manage our virtual machine environment with System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM). Tune in as they discuss and demo intelligent placement, and dynamic and power optimization capabilities.

  • [3:10]  What is dynamic workload balancing and why is it important?
  • [5:15] How does this feature look in Hyper-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager vs. VMware vSphere?
  • [7:40]  What does dynamic workload balancing management look like in VMM?
  • [10:00] DEMO: Intelligent Placement in VMM
  • [25:10] DEMO: Dynamic Optimization in VMM
  • [32:00] DEMO: Power Optimization in VMM

Guided Hands-on Lab: Dynamic Optimization and Power Optimization with System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager

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