Windows Server Hyper-V lets you build a virtualized server computing
environment that enables you to create and manage virtual machines. This
improves the efficiency of your computing resources and frees up your
hardware resources. Hyper-V is now a serious contender in the hypervisor
space, and it's time for you to learn it.
This course will help you master the fundamentals and core components
of Hyper-V. You will start by walking through the basics of installing
and configuring Hyper-V 2016. Then you will learn in detail about the
Hyper-V Manager, networks, and memory virtualization. You will gain an
in-depth knowledge of CPU and storage virtualization. You will also get
to grips with advanced topics such as hybrid cloud setup with Azure,
PowerShell, and Hyper-V security.
By the end of this course, you will be an intermediate-level system
administrator, confident in your mastery of the basic functioning of
Hyper-V 2016, and you will find it extremely easy to implement server
virtualization using Hyper-V 2016.
About the Author
Craig has more than thirty years' experience in the computer industry and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from California State University, Chico, and a Masters in Business Administration from Pepperdine University. He has held many positions in the computer industry including software programmer; support engineer; field and corporate system engineer; technical marketing manager; product marketing manager; and product manager. He has worked for companies such as Celerity Computing; Emulex; Pinnacle Micro; Sync Research; Cisco Systems; Citrix Systems; Extreme Networks; Akamai Technologies; and smaller startup ventures. Craig currently works for Akamai as a Solutions Engineer and System Architect in the Rockies region of the USA. He has authored patent applications and patent designs and received an innovation award while at Extreme Networks. Craig is passionate about Technical Marketing and has written many deployment guides, books, and video tutorials. Throughout his career, Craig has developed an in-depth, hands-on knowledge of virtualization, especially with regard to hypervisors such as Hyper-V, VMware ESXi, XenServer, Linux KVM, and others. Craig has written books on Technical Marketing, Getting Started with XenDesktop 7.x, and XenDesktop High Performance; he has also authored a XenApp 6.5 video series.