sponsored by SearchServerVirtualization
Posted:  15 Mar 2013
Premiered:  19 Mar 2013
Format:  Multimedia
Type:  Virtual Environment
Language:  English

There are a number of reasons for adding a second hypervisor to your environment, such as saving on licensing costs, improving functionality and avoiding vendor lock-in. But deploying a mixed virtual environment complicates hypervisor management and can introduce hidden costs and inefficiencies. With this classroom, weigh the pros and cons of opting for multiple hypervisors and learn strategies for properly installing and managing a new hypervisor.


David Davis

David Davis is a virtualization evangelist at TrainSignal.com, the global leader in video training for IT pros. He has been awarded the VMware vExpert award 3 years running. Additionally, Davis has spoken at major conferences like VMworld and authored hundreds of articles for websites and print publications, mostly around virtualization, for respected publications like Virtualization Review and ComputerWorld.

Shannon Snowden

Shannon Snowden has been a system administrator, engineer and trainer for more than 10 years. Certifications he has held in that time include Microsoft MCSE and MCT, Novell CLP and CNI, VMWare VCP #12 and vExpert, XenSource XCP and XCT and Citrix CCA and CCI. He was fortunate enough to get involved with i386 virtualization from essentially the beginning, working with VMware products, and has expanded into Xen, XenServer, Hyper-V VirtualBox, QEMU and other platforms.

Data Center Management | Microsoft Hyper-V | Server Virtualization | VMware

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