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Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 cookbooks

Microsoft just released many new valuable cookbooks covering topics for Microsoft Virtual Server R2 SP1. 

If you aren't familiar with "cookbooks", they are step-by-step guides to help you easily navigate through a solution and are a great way to learn about a product.

Hosted Backup and Recovery Solutions for Service Providers using DPM and VS

This cookbook will provide procedural, step-by-step guidance to an IT Generalist audience providing data backup and recovery to customers as a hosted solution using Virtual Server and System Center Data Protection Manager v2.

Simple Offsite Backup and Recovery of virtual machines using Data Protection Manager and Virtual Server

This cookbook will provide procedural, step-by-step guidance to an IT Generalist audience for backing up and restoring virtual machines running in an offsite location using Virtual Server and System Center Data Protection Manager v2.

Simple Onsite Backup and Recovery of virtual machines using Data Protection Manager and Virtual Server

This cookbook will provide procedural, step-by-step guidance to an IT Generalist audience for backing up and restoring running virtual machines using Virtual Server and System Center Data Protection Manager v2.

High Availability with Virtual Server and Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Server Clustering

This cookbook will provide procedural, step-by-step guidance to an IT Generalist audience for implementing high availability of server workloads using Windows Server 2003 Server Clustering and Virtual Server using Intel-based hardware.

Application Isolation and Operation in Branch Office Using Virtual Server

This cookbook will provide procedural, step-by-step guidance to an IT Generalist audience for isolating and operating applications on separate virtual machines in branch offices using Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1, in an Intel-based hardware environment for regulatory compliance and improved legacy workload performance.

Thanks to Matt McSpirit for an early look at these documents.  They aren't set to go online with Microsoft for another 1-3 weeks.

Published Monday, August 20, 2007 10:57 PM by David Marshall
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