Acknowledgments Introduction Part I: Getting Started with Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Chapter 1: Introducing Virtualization Chapter 2: Hyper-V Overview Chapter 3: Hyper-V Architecture Part II: Understanding Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Chapter 4: Hyper-V Installation and Configuration Chapter 5: Hyper-V Advanced Features Chapter 6: Hyper-V Security Chapter 7: Hyper-V Best Practices and Optimization Chapter 8: Moving from Virtual Server 2005 R2 to Hyper-V Chapter 9: Taking a Look at Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Part III: Managing a Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Infrastructure Chapter 10: Hyper-V Management Overview Chapter 11: Hyper-V Single Server Management Chapter 12: Server Farm Management Chapter 13: Hyper-V Backup and Recovery Chapter 14: Server Migration Using System Center Virtual Machine Manager Chapter 15: Server Monitoring with the Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Management Pack for System Center Operations Manager 2007 Chapter 16: Hyper-V Management Using Windows PowerShell Part IV: Server Virtualization Project Methodology Chapter 17: Server Virtualization Scenarios Chapter 18: Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Chapter 19: Server Virtualization Project: Envisioning Phase Chapter 20: Server Virtualization Project: Discovery Phase Chapter 21: Server Virtualization Project: Assessment Phase Chapter 22: Server Virtualization Project: Planning and Design Phase Chapter 23: Server Virtualization Project: Pilot Phase Glossary Appendix : About the Authors
Robert Larson is an Architect with Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) who focuses on infrastructure optimization and virtualization. He helps customers plan and design server and datacenter consolidation projects, and shares his virtualization expertise via Tech*Ed, TechNet webcasts, industry journals, and his blog. Janique Carbone, MCSE, runs a training and consulting firm specializing in core infrastructure and virtualization technologies. As a former Microsoft Senior Consultant, she worked with enterprise customers and developed several training courses on Virtual PC, Virtual Server, and Active Directory. Janique and Robert are coauthors of the Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 Resource Kit. The Windows Virtualization Team designs, develops, and tests Microsoft virtualization technologies.