My April MS Virtualisation reading highlights

My blog is a little empty right now as I be mostly reading a resource kit on my new kindle, the later happens to be giving my broken eyes a much needed rest from screen glare.  When I have tried to write though my 3 & 5 old managed to take me through the paces, they challenge all the boundaries of my physical and psychological metal to the extreme.

However I found this quite moment and thought I’d jump on and quickly share some great stuff I read this month highlighting the blogs and some content from people I follow.

Blogs to watch

 

Hans Vredevoort – http://www.hyper-v.nu/

Posts by Hans  and the Hyper-V community in the Netherlands.  At the time of writing there are 22 posts this month and some really great content, if you use Hyper-V and Virtual Machine Manager I highly recommend following their twitter and or RSS feed. 

 

Aidan Finnhttp://www.aidanfinn.com/

Aidan has been blogging loads and has produced 2000+ posts (many this month).  Of particular interest was a free How to Build a Hyper-V Cluster Using the Microsoft iSCSI Software Target guide, I sent the guide to my tablet.  I enjoyed the ramblings on User Virtualisation and all the advice on Dynamic memory with XYZ Microsoft applications.

Leandro Carvalhohttp://leandroesc.wordpress.com/

I’m a fan of languages and all things virtual so enjoy trying to read the content first before cheating by using translation button Smile .  Leandro has been filling up TechNet Wiki with English articles, to name but a few a enjoyed this month:

News, Requirements and Installation of System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012

How to Improve the Virtual Machine Creation Using a VM Template

 

Kristian Nesehttp://kristiannese.blogspot.com/

Kristian has written about the VMM 2012 library and Optimizing clusters with VMM2012 along with answering in the forums and tweeting about interesting articles.

Conclusion

Follow these people on twitter and or get RSS links to their blogs! 

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Posted on April 30, 2011 at 7:21 pm by Ronnie · Permalink
In: Virtual Machine Manager, Virtualization