StarWind exposure in Microsoft Tech Ed session
Key points of the webinar
- Overview of tools and technologies that you can use to create your own cloud infrastructure
- Introduction into Failover Clustering
- Deployment of servers and virtual machines and their recovery in case of failure
This video presents a session at Microsoft Tech-Ed 2011, where speaker Mikael Nystrom offers a substantial overview of tools and technologies that help you create your own cloud infrastructure. He touches on Hyper-V, Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM), a notion of Cluster, iSCSI as shared storage. He also mentions several practical topics such as deployment of servers and virtual machines and their recovery in case of failure. Part of this session is dedicated to StarWind iSCSI SAN providing essential instructions for its setup and effective management.
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