Rob McShinsky is a senior systems engineer at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H., and has more than 12 years of experience in the industry -- including a focus on server virtualization since 2004. He has been closely involved with Microsoft as an early adopter of Hyper-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008, as well as a customer reference. In addition, he blogs at VirtuallyAware.com, writing tips and documenting experiences with various virtualization products.
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Contributions from Rob McShinsky
- Hyper-V simplifies storage migration
- The practical limits to Hyper-V Live Storage Migration
- Guidelines for taking picture-perfect VM snapshots
- Creative ways to shrink VHDs
- Maximizing storage during a hard drive conversion
- Understanding Hyper-V 2012 PowerShell cmdlet changes
- Stellar features of Hyper-V snapshots in Windows Server
- Taking SMB 3.0 storage to production
- Revamped resource sharing with SMB 3.0
- Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V storage: What's missing
- What’s still missing in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V
- Ten ways to extend virtual host resources on the cheap
- Installing Hyper-V 3.0 on a test server
- The hardware requirements for testing Hyper-V 3.0
- The ins and outs of Hyper-V Replica
- Customizing Hyper-V Live Migration with SCVMM cmdlets
- Overcoming Hyper-V Live Migration limitations
- How a virtual server cluster brings HA to test and dev
- Grasping app requirements to optimize Dynamic Memory
- How many VMs should you put on a LUN?