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#Azure101 Upload Windows VHD to Azure #HyperV #Hybrid #ARM

July 1, 2016 Comments off

This article shows you how to upload a virtual hard disk (VHD) with a Windows operating system so that you can use it to create new Windows virtual machines (VMs) by using the Azure Resource Manager deployment model. For more details about disks and VHDs in Azure, see About disks and VHDs for virtual machines.

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/documentation/articles/virtual-machines-windows-upload-image/

A guide to #Hyper-V features for the #VMware administrator @ConcentratdGreg

August 12, 2011 Comments off

Time flys when your having fun,and then you have to play catch-up with stuff that you havent touched in a while. I realised it must be about a year probably since I last touched Hyper-V, and back then I was doing lots of stuff with the Dynamic Data Center Toolkit for Hosters .

A new poc project has come up for Virtualising Lync, so thought it was time to dust off the Hyper-V books (though most were last gen Hyper-V, so need to scour amazon for somemore) and swap out my VCP hat for a Hyper-V one for a bit.

Here’s a useful post I found for all those that have spent too long over @ the darkside and now need to re-allign themselves with MS Virtualisation terminology.

Credit for this link go to Chris Shields
 

A guide to #Hyper-V features for the #VMware administrator
http://searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com/tip/A-guide-to-Hyper-V-features-for-the-VMware-administrator

If you’re a VMware administrator trying to understand Microsoft Hyper-V, you should start by learning some important Hyper-V management terminology.

Many Hyper-V features have VMware equivalents, making it easier for admins to augment their vSphere infrastructures with Microsoft’s virtualization platform. The following terms are Hyper-V features that VMware admins should get familiar with before deploying Hyper-V.

 

Categories: Hyper-V, Virtualisation, VMware
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