Presenting for Hyper-V.nu (again)
On Wednesday March 3, 2010 Hyper-V.nu (the Dutch Hyper-V Community) organizes another meeting for Dutch Hyper-V enthusiasts. This time, they’re partnering with Nobel for the location, food and drinks.
About the event
The event will be held at Nobel at Gooimeer 18 in Naarden, the Netherlands from 9AM to 4PM. The website for the event is currently located at the frontpage of hyper-v.nu, but Nobel also has a nice page with information. Attending the meeting is free of charge. No such thing as a free lunch? Apparently, there is one… and it’s accompanied by free drinks after the event.
The agenda looks like this:
|09:30 – 10:30 ||Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization |
(Ment van der Plas, Login Consultants, App-V MVP)
|10:30 – 11:30 ||Active Directory and Hyper-V |
(Sander Berkouwer, OGD, Directory Services MVP)
|11:45 – 12:45 ||Data protection in a Hyper-V R2 Virtual Environment |
(Hans Vredevoort, Nobel, Cluster MVP)
|13:30 – 14:30 ||Exchange 2010 testing under Hyper-V R2 |
(Jaap Wesselius, DM Consultants, Exchange MVP)
|14:30 – 15:30 ||Hyper-V R2 Clusters and HP Servers and Storage |
(Bert de Reus, Nobel)
I’ll be providing a 60 minutes presentation on virtualizing Domain Controllers with Hyper-V.
This blog has seen some exposure on the subject already. All this stuff was covered in the following blogposts:
I think it’ll be fun, though, to actually break some Active Directory Domain Controllers using Hyper-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager features, like cloning, snapshots, time synchronization and Online Physical to Virtual (P2V) migrations…
I hope to see you there!
Previous gigs with Hyper-V.nu
You might remember I gave a demo for Hyper-V.nu last November. In forty-five minutes I converted a couple of Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 boxes into a live migration Hyper-V R2 solution to deliver the message that building a live migration cluster with Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 boxes isn’t that difficult.
I had a great time and I guess the organization thought so too, because I’m back!
(after Alex Smits unfortunately double booked his agenda and backed out)