sponsored by NetApp and Microsoft
Posted:  06 Feb 2009
Published:  19 Dec 2008
Format:  HTML
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
Learn how one IT team transitioned to server virtualization with Microsoft® Hyper-V coupled with NetApp storage to enable a variety of flexible disaster recovery and availability scenarios. In addition to detailed configuration information, this case study provides insight into decision processes involving which edition of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 to deploy, how to configure NetApp storage to work with Hyper-V child partition virtual hard disk files, and how to quickly provision new VHDs to existing Hyper-V nodes.


Andy Schneider
Senior Systems Engineer ,  Avanade
After beginning his Avanade career as a field consultant three and a half years ago, Schneider has spent the last two years putting his field perspective to work in the company’s central IT infrastructure team. He and the team now determine the best use for new technologies in Avanade’s production environment.

Data Security | Disaster Recovery | Microsoft Exchange | Server Virtualization | SQL Server | Storage Consolidation | Storage Infrastructure | Storage Virtualization

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