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Introduction to Virtualization e-book

Virtualization has profoundly changed the IT industry, and the technology will continue to have an impact as it matures and evolves. Our e-book, Introduction to Virtualization, covers the basics of the technology for IT professionals who want to reap the benefits of virtualization in their data centers.

SearchServerVirtualization.com's Introduction to Virtualization e-book covers the basics of virtualization technology, including disaster recovery (DR), server consolidation, testing and development, high availability, storage, security, and the three key virtualization platforms: Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer and VMware ESX.

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Chapter 4: Making virtual infrastructures highly available

Chapter 3: Virtualizing a test and development lab

Chapter 2: Optimizing server virtualization

Chapter 1: Virtualization concepts in disaster recovery


Chapter 4: Making virtual infrastructures highly available

This chapter address the following areas:

  • Choosing the best high-availability strategy for your virtual machines
  • Differences of live migration vs. high availability
  • Preparing a virtual HA infrastructure

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Chapter 3: Virtualizing a test and development lab

This chapter addresses following areas:
  • Benefits of consolidating volatile IT environments, including test and development labs
  • Licensing issues to consider when building virtualized environments
  • Simple and inexpensive steps to virtualizing your test and development lab

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Chapter 2: Optimizing server virtualization

This chapter addresses following areas:
  • Understanding the benefits, tradeoffs and risks of server virtualization
  • How to determine and track your virtual machine requirements
  • Identifying and addressing performance issues in your virtual environment

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Chapter 1: Virtualization concepts in disaster recovery

This chapter addresses following areas:
  • Deciding if a disaster recovery SAN, or storage area network, is appropriate for your data center
  • Disaster recovery testing in virtual environments
  • Must-have features for servers used in a virtualized DR plan

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This was first published in February 2009

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