Security is no laughing matter, but AVG Technologies (http://www.avg.com) knows how to have fun with a serious topic. The company recently launched its “Hugs for Hackers” campaign, aimed at educating IT pros about current Web threats. At the Hugs for Hackers Web site (http://www.hugsforhackers.org), you can find out about top threats, learn how to avoid getting hacked, and watch some videos that illustrate recent hacks—for example, the Major League Baseball Web site hack, and Alicia Keys’ MySpace site hack. The entire Hugs for Hackers site is rather tongue-in-cheek, but the message isn’t: Hackers are constantly trying to break into networks and steal information, and you need to protect yourself and your organization more than ever before.
John Savill provides 12 hours of detailed instruction covering all the key aspects of a Hyper-V based virtualization environment covering both capabilities in Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016. John will walk attendees through resource allocation and architecture, storage, networking (including Network Virtualization), clustering, migration technologies, replication, private cloud, session virtualization, migration from other technologies, integration with Microsoft Azure, and more. At the end of this class, attendees will be able to architect and manage an enterprise-level Hyper-V environment.