Nepal Cloud Professionals- Nepal Cloud Pro together with WinServer Community– local Technical User Group, organized Azure DevOps Community Launch in Feb 09, 2019, Saturday. A mix of nearly 50 Professional developers, DevOps Engineers, Students developers and IT professionals participated in the half day event where the focus was Continue reading
Here I passed yet another Microsoft Certification exam on 74-409: Server Virtualization with Hyper-V and System Center. Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who are responsible for designing, implementing, managing, and maintaining a virtualization infrastructure and/or who are interested in validating their skills on current Microsoft virtualization technologies.
Passing the exam means you are now Microsoft Certified Specialist in Server Virtualization with Hyper-V and System Center technologies.
Preparing for the exam:
To help prepare for this exam, Microsoft Learning recommends that you have hands-on experience with the product and that you use the following training resources.
However, alternatively you can prepare for this exam from Microsoft Virtual Academy hereÂ and pass the exam successfully.
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With the recent release of Windows Server 2012 R2, you wonâ€™t want to miss a chance to experience the very hot Hyper-V Workshop! As a Windows Server based community, we want to help the IT Pro community in Nepal to foster further in Server infrastructure domain. Discover the power of virtualization with Hyper-V in the one day workshop.
WSC Hyper-V Workshop by WinServer Community in Kathmandu!
With todayâ€™s current difficult economic environment cost savings has become even more critical. Server virtualization can be a part of this cost savings if you understand how to best design and implement your server infrastructure. New virtualization tools, including System Center Virtual Machine Manager help you save time, reduce costs, and provide a platform for a dynamic and optimized datacenter.
Join us for this one day workshop and see what Hyper-V virtualization solutions can do for organizations to run mission critical applications.
Venue: Microsoft Innovation Center Nepal, Kathmandu
Date: December 13, 2013 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00AM- 5:00PM
Cost: NPR 1,000
Each participant receives:
Â· Learning materials
Â· Pen and a notebook
Â· Certificate of Participation
Â· Free Exam Voucher worth NPR 15,000
Â· Lunch and other refreshments during the Workshop hours
Target audience: IT pros interested in learning and utilize the capabilities of
Prerequisites: While specific experience with Hyper-V
is not required, participants should have ground knowledge on Windows Server 2012 and virtualization technologies.
(01) Introduction to Microsoft Virtualization
(02) Hyper-V Infrastructure
(03) Hyper-V Networking
(04) Hyper-V Storage
(05) Hyper-V Management
(06) Hyper-V High Availability and Live Migration
(07) Integration with System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager
The event is supported by Microsoft Innovation Center Nepal, Office365 and Oâ€™Reilly Media.
With all these efforts, we believe that the workshop will be helpful to pass Server Virtualization with Windows Server Hyper-V and System Center exam (Exam Code: 74-409) to be a Microsoft Certified Specialist: Server Virtualization with Hyper-V and System Center. Come and register today for the workshop. Limited seats! Click here to register and book seat for the workshop.
This blogs walks you thru the installation process of standalone edition of Microsoftâ€™s server virtualization platform, i.e. Hyper-V Server 2012 R2Hyper-V Server 2012 R2. Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 is a hypervisor-based server virtualization product that enables you to consolidate workloads, helping your organization improve server utilization and reduce costs.Below are the quick and easy steps with screenshots of the process.
First, start the computer from the installation media. You can get the media either from your Microsoft subscription or from here.
As the installation proceeds, the computer will restart several times. When the installation is complete, you will have the opportunity to set up the Administrator account credential.
Type a strong password for the Administrator account, confirm it, and then press ENTER. Finally, you get to see the welcome screen which is not really kind of <welcoming>.
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Client Hyper-V is the same virtualization technology previously available in Windows Server operating system. Unlike in earlier client operating systems, the technology is now built into Windows 8.
Hyper- V is currently selling like a hot cake across the world and itâ€™s nothing like rocket science to understand and configure Client Hyper-V too. IT Pros and developers can use this technology to create virtual Machines (VM) and can move them from Client Hyper-V to server Hyper-V.
To Enable using GUI:
On the Control Panel click â€œProgramsâ€, and then click â€œPrograms and Featuresâ€
Click â€œTurn Windows features on or offâ€
Click â€œHyper-Vâ€, and then click â€œOKâ€, and then click â€œCloseâ€
Machine must be restarted to complete installation.
There a few features included in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V that are not included in Client Hyper-V like the remote FX, Live VM migration, Hyper-V Replica, etc.
Note that Hyper-V requires a 64-bit system that has Second Level Address Translation (SLAT). Atleast 4 GB RAM is required. The RAM on your Client Hyper-V machine is allocated and de-allocated dynamically as required by the VMs. We can run several VMs on a Client Hyper-V machine depending on the RAM requirements for each VM.
Client Hyper-V supports server Hyper-Vâ€™s â€œLive Storage Moveâ€ capability. This means we can use our host VMs keeping it independent of the underlying storage. We can move VMs to and from one local drive to another, to a USB stick, or to a remote file share without needing to stop the VM.
Microsoft Virtual PC is a product that enables us to run several operating systems inside our existing one, each one of them acting as a real PC. This is very useful when we have a problem of system incompatibility. A virtual PC can share its network with the host operating system, making it possible to run several virtual machines at one, simulating a complete network, acting as if it were unique servers on the network.
This makes a very fantastic use before deploying something to the real production servers. In the other hand, It also saves reconfiguration time so that we can increase up our convenience and efficiency without wasting much time.
Please, make note that above interface is a screenshot of Microsoft Virtual PC environment.
Windows Virtual PC (Beta) is the latest Microsoft virtualization technology that allows us to run many productivity applications on a virtual Windows environment, with a single click, directly from a Windows 7-based PC.
You may want to download Windows Virtual PC (beta) here:
(Please, make sure that your PC has Windows 7 RC installed in it. Windows 7 beta do not support this feature.)
You may also want to download Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 here: