Archive for category Hyper-v

Hyper-v Monitoring with #scom #sysctr

History May, 9 2015 – Ignite version 1.1.0.15. Moved the repository to git-hub, pulled @MrTaoYang contributions April, 14 2015 – Added tasks to manage virtual machines. MP version 1.0.0.109 released. April, 9 2015 – Added more options for Hyper-V monitoring both community based and commercials. MP version 1.0.0.104 released. April, 3 2015 – original post   […]

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CSV monitoring with #scom #sysctr reprise

Things never come easy, I should have known better this Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) monitoring story would lead to more work to be done. But, after all, this is what Quae Nocent Docent (what hurts teaches) is here for. In my last post and project on CSV monitoring I started from a wrong assumption based […]

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Virtualizing Your Data Center with Hyper-V and System Center

Some pretty good MS evangelists are going to run an interesting online event on MS Virtualizations and management solutions + some competitive comparison with VMWare vSphere. I will try to get in to answer some questions. Virtualizing Your Data Center with Hyper-V and System Center Free online event with live Q&A: http://aka.ms/virtDC Wednesday, February 19th […]

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In-place upgrading an Hyper-v host from Windows Server 2012 to Windows Server 2012 R2

With the overwhelming R2 release on October 18th I had to prepare my lab for several sessions I had to deliver on R2. One of the first tasks was to upgrade my hosts to Windows Server 2012 R2. Alas this upgrade was not as smooth as it should be, so to keep with “what hurts […]

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