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Hyper-V is used by businesses of all types and sizes and is a crucial component of their virtualization strategy. In this webcast, you’ll learn about some of the most important tips, tricks and best practices for working with Hyper-V. First, Michael Otey, Senior Contributing Editor for IT Pro Today, will discuss the best performance practices for configuring Hyper-V hosts and VM guests. You’ll learn about using Dynamic Memory, Checkpoints and Resource Metering as well as managing Hyper-V with PowerShell Direct. You’ll also learn about some tips for leveraging Live Migration and Hyper-V Replica for improved availability and low-cost disaster recovery.
Next, Patrick Murray, systems engineer for Veeam Software, will cover the differences between backing up VMware and Hyper-V including considerations for backing up single hosts, clustered hosts and SCVMM integration. You’ll see how to leverage Veeam ONE to get the most out of your Hyper-V environment, including a best practices analysis.
Other takeaways include:
- Considerations for deciding when to use on-host and off-host backup proxy configurations.
- How the storage integration and VSS used in Hyper-V 2012R2 differs from Hyper-V 2016.
- Tips about failover clustering backup.
- Information on Nano hosts and the implication of protecting them using Veeam.
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Michael Otey is a senior contributing editor for ITPro Today and is president of TECA a technical writing, content creation, software-development and consulting company in Portland, Oregon. Michael is a former SQL Server Microsoft MVP. He covers data center, SQL Server, Windows Server, virtualization, hardware, storage, Azure, the hybrid cloud, systems management, VMware vSphere, containers, and PowerShell.
Patrick Murray is a systems engineer for Veeam Software, specializing in storage, virtualization and data protection.