Managing Real-World Virtualization: Physical to Virtual (And Back)
Once you're ready to jump into virtualization, it's likely that you'll want to move an existing physical machine into a VM. And, alternatively, it's possible that you'll want to move a virtual machine to its own physical one.
In the final segment of this four-part webcast series from SearchServerVirtualization.com, you'll get an overview of how to perform P2V and V2P conversions.
Anil Desai, an independent consultant based in Austin, TX, specializes in evaluating, implementing, and managing IT solutions. He has worked with Microsoft's Server products, the .NET development platform and managed environments that support thousands of virtual machines. Anil holds numerous certifications and is a Microsoft MVP (Windows Server - Virtualization). He is the author of technical books on the Windows Server Platform, Virtualization, Active Directory, SQL Server, and IT management.
- Nov 7, 2006, 09:00 EST (14:00 GMT)