VIRILL300 Getting Started with System Center Virtual Machine Manage 2012
Tuesday, October 25, 2011 from 4:15 PM to 5:30 PM (EDT)
In order to participate in this Hands-On Lab technical session at Tech·Days 2011 in Toronto, ALL registrants need to bring a personal laptop with them to the event.
Please note that this event is only available to registrants of Tech·Days 2011 in Toronto on October 25-26, 2011. Registration for this event will not provide you with access to Tech·Days 2011 in Toronto. To learn more about Tech·Days and to register today, please visit www.techdays.ca or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this lab, you will explore System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2012 Beta. This lab is designed to walk you through a configured VMM infrastructure to help you understand the new concepts, terms, UI elements, and configuration tasks. You will accomplish this by exploring the three key elements: Clouds and Services, Fabrics, and the Library. Clouds and Services are collections of virtual workloads which provide services on slices of infrastructure. The fabric is a collection of hardware based resources including virtualization hosts, storage, and network devices which provide the physical implementation of clouds and services. The library is a collection of predefined objects which are the building blocks for clouds and services.
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Tech·Days Canada 2011 brings the rich learning experience of other Microsoft conferences such as Tech·Ed and MIX to three major cities across Canada, helping Canadian developers and IT professionals refine and acquire the skills that they need to be successful in their career. With technology continually changing, this training conference provides the opportunity to grow technical skills, make connections with peers and industry experts, and keep up with the rapid pace of change.
A few exciting additions to the Tech·Days conference in 2011 include a keynote delivered by a high profile Microsoft speaker in each city, a partner fair and Microsoft technology showcase pavilion, and a full offering of hands-on labs for each key technology area providing attendees an opportunity to try the technology for themselves.
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