Server virtualization has been a part of the Windows Server operating system since the release of Windows Server 2008 and the introduction of the Hyper-V role. By using server virtualization, organizations can save money through server consolidation. However, to use server virtualization more efficiently, server administrators need to be able to decide which server workloads will run effectively in virtual machines, and which server workloads must remain deployed in a more traditional server environment.
This computer science course introduces you to the Hyper-V role in Windows Server 2012, the components of the role, how best to deploy the role, and the new features of the Hyper-V role that Windows Server 2012 showcases.
This self-paced interactive computer science course is the fifth in a series of courses where you’ll have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of Windows Server 2012 operating system administrative tasks. Through video, practical exercises, and assessments, the task-focused material is designed to ensure you can confidently perform the relevant task.