Syngress Publishing Announces Publication of "Virtualization with Microsoft Virtual Server 2005"
New Book Shows Readers How to Reduce Costs and Headaches
Contact: Amy Pedersen
Rockland, MA September 28, 2006 - "Virtualization with Microsoft Virtual Server 2005" (Syngress Publishing, September 2006) by Rogier Dittner shows readers how to reduce costs and headaches through server virtualization.
According to Dittner, "Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 is a versatile application that has multiple practical applications in your IT environment. Virtual Server can meet your needs whether you need to implement a test, production, disaster recovery site, or any combination of these. This book will show you how to use Virtual Server 2005 to reduce physical servers and reduce cost."
PRICE: $49.95 U.S.
PAGE COUNT: 512 PP
Inside the Book
- Set Up a Virtual Server Administration Web Site Learn how to set up a Web site that can manage and configure the virtual server.
- Create the Virtual Server
Consider the resources required, including memory, disk, CPU, and network bandwidth.
- Create a Virtual Network
See how to use a virtual network to exchange information or provide a service to other virtual machines or computers.
- Understand Removable Virtual Disks
See how Virtual Server supports the use of removable media such as CD or DVD optical disks.
- Install Automated Deployment Services (ADS) Use ADS to capture and deploy new servers to maintain a common installation base.
- Create a Virtual Machine Using Script
Use script to save time and prevent errors.
- Migrate Physical Servers to a Virtual Environment Understand the steps to build a virtual environment.
- Troubleshoot Virtual Server 2005
Troubleshoot ADS, the Virtual Server Migration Toolkit, and the migration process.
About the Author
Rogier Dittner (MCSE NT4, 2000, 2003, MCDBA, MCT, MSF Practitioner) is a consultant at a Microsoft partner offering solutions based on Microsoft technology to customers. As a consultant he supports the sales organization and takes part in planning and designing complex Microsoft-oriented implementations. Because of his personal interest in Microsoft products and more than 10 years' experience, he has deep technical working knowledge in a broad range of Microsoft products. Within his company he performs the leading role in operations management solutions and training.
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