Windows Server 2012 R2: What’s New in Failover Clustering

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Windows Server 2012 R2 delivers innovative new capabilities that enable you to build dynamic availability solutions in which workloads, networks, and storage become more flexible, efficient, and available than ever before.  In this session Symon Perriman, Microsoft's Clustering Senior Technical Evangelist and former Program Manager on the Server High-Availability engineering team,  covers creating a Windows Server 2012 R2 highly available Failover Cluster leveraging the new technologies in this release.  Technologies covered include scalability, Hyper-V integration and VM health-monitoring, multi-server management, enhanced live migrations, new storage support and more.

Objective: See new high-availability in Windows Server 2012; Learn about improve Hyper-V integration and features; Understand how Failover Clustering provide the high-availability and mobility infrastructure for the private cloud.

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DA310

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Sal 1

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