Microsoft has invested a lot of energy into making sure Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 are able to work in IPv6-ready environments. However, if not configured properly, problems can arise. Here's what you need to know to avoid those problems....More
With Windows Server 2012, QoS introduces relative minimums that simplify the process and help you maximize resource utilization. Find out more about software, hardware, and virtualization QoS and how to manage them in your organization....More
System Center 2012 App Controller is a great web interface for consistently managing all types of cloud services in your organization. Get the basics for installing, deploying, and using this System Center 2012 SP1 component....More
Many organizations have both VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V deployed. Michael Otey shows how you can reduce computing complexity by using VMware's Multi-Hypervisor Manager or Microsoft's System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2012 to manage multiple hypervisors....More
Windows Server 2012 introduces migration of virtual machine storage between any Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V hosts, without downtime. Find out how to get the most out of the storage live migration feature....More
During over 6 hours of training you can join John Savill from your computer as he will walk you through the key components and capabilities of System Center 2012, what’s involved in using the components, and the benefit they can bring to your environment.
May 2013 - The NameTranslate object is useful when you need to translate Active Directory object names between different formats, but it's awkward to use from PowerShell. Here's a PowerShell script that eliminates the awkwardness.