TrainSignal Rolls Out 2 Microsoft Hyper-V 3.0 Courses for Beginners and Pros
Jan 14, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
TrainSignal, a provider of professional computer training, announced the release of two new Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V 3.0 Training courses.
According to a release David Davis has created Hyper-V training for the latest version of Windows Server. Many of the new features in Microsoft's hypervisor solution include brand new integrations for deploying virtual servers. Newer virtualization users can learn how core parts of Hyper-V 3 are used to configure and manage virtual storage, disks and networks. It is built into Windows Server 2012 with the intention of making data centers more agile, and Windows administrators can learn Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 with David Davis' essentials videos.
In addition, the company said, Davis also created a course that covers the upgrades made to Server 2012 Hyper-V compared to the previous version for Server 2008. This Hyper-V new features training focuses on the newest additions to the hypervisor:
-Live Migration with shared-nothing
-Replica for virtual machine replication
-Client Hyper-V enabled for Windows 8
-Enhanced failover clusters
Viewers of the course will get started with the latest Hyper-V version in streamlined learning style that also employs an inexpensive home lab environment. Hyper-V New Features Training videos will quickly prepare current virtualization users to start using the upgrades quickly.
The course instructor stresses the improved performance that can be leveraged with Microsoft Hyper-V, saying, "Don't wait any longer to learn the powerful new features in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V. By leveraging things like storage migration, replica, and new failover clustering features, you can make the data center more efficient, agile, and scalable while making the life as a Hyper-V Admin easier than ever before!"
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