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TechNet Radio - Windows Server Virtualization: An interview with Jeff Woolsey

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Having been inspired by the demonstration that Jeff Woolsey performed at WinHec 2006 on Windows Server virtualization, Michael Murphy and Kevin Remde interview him on exciting new features.  Among others, a few of the topics that Jeff discusses in this conversation are the benefits of virtualization, multi-processor virtual machines, server consolidation, and providing solutions for business continuity.

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    • gutmach
      Perhaps post a link from here to the new video by Jeff Woolsey describing MS virtualization?  Below is from http://weblog.infoworld.com/virtualization/archives/2007/03/windows_server.html

      If you haven't had the opportunity to see Microsoft's next generation virtualization hypervisor platform, you are in luck.

      Jeff Woolsey, a lead program manager on the Windows virtualization team, recently recorded a great video to walk us through some of the new features that are going to be available in Microsoft's Windows Server Virtualization platform.

      In this 5 minute 45 second video clip, you'll be able to see and learn more about the following:

      • Windows Server Virtualization running on Server Core managed from another Windows Server Longhorn box
      • 64-bit and 32-bit Windows and Linux running on the same server core box
      • A running 8-core virtual machine
      • System Center Virtual Machine Manager (which does P2V conversions, live migrations with no downtime and organizes workloads)
      • System Center Operations Manager
      • Monitoring the VMs on the Server Core box
      • Running a PowerShell script to hot-add a new network adapter to a running SQL Server virtual machine

      You can watch this amazing video at mms://wm.microsoft.com/ms/windowsserversystem/longhorn/Virtualization_F.wmv

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