Quick overview of Channel 9 Ignite sessions about Hyper-V and Private Cloud

May 11, 2015 at 6:15 pm in Azure, Hyper-V, Microsoft Ignite, Private Cloud, scvmm by Wim Matthyssen

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Hi all,

Like you probably all know Microsoft Ignite 2015 was held in Chicago last week. During this event, Microsoft made several new announcements, such as the Microsoft Azure Stack, Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) and Windows Update for Business. Besides all that, Technical Preview (TP) 2 for both Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016 were released.

All these great sessions were recorded  and published on Channel 9 where they are ready for download or streaming. But even with all those recordings available, it’s quit hard to find the links to all topics you’re interested in.

That’s why below I summarized most of the sessions concerning Hyper-V and Private Cloud in general. Each link gives you direct access to the Channel 9 page where you can find the video recording and the slide deck.

Code Title
KEY01 Microsoft Ignite Keynote
BRK3461 What’s New in Windows Server Hyper-V
C9-45 Hyper-V Next
BRK3492 Deploying Hyper-V Network Virtualization
BRK3504 Hyper-V Storage Performance with Storage Quality of Service
BRK3506 The Hidden Treasures of Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V?
BRK2463 Hyper-V Network Virtualization: 100+ Customer Service Provider Deployments
BRK3493 Migrating to Microsoft: VMware to Hyper-V and Microsoft Azure
BRK3453 Virtualizing Linux and FreeBSD Workloads on Windows Server Hyper-V
BRK3457 Harden the Fabric: Protecting Tenant Secrets in Hyper-V
BRK2466 Platform Vision & Strategy (2 of 7): Server Virtualization Overview
BRK3575 Veeam Software: Availability Strategies for Microsoft Azure and Hyper-V, A Deep Dive
BRK2473 Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager: Technical Overview and Roadmap
BRK3502 Managing and Securing the Fabric with Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager
BRK3498 Managing Storage with Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager: A Deep Dive
BRK3477 Datacenter Integration Using Automation in Microsoft System Center Orchestrator
BRK1454 Hybrid Partnerships: Enabling On-Premises Scenarios in Microsoft Azure
BRK3904 Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-246 and Exam 70-24: Private Cloud (Part 1)
BRK3903 Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-246 and Exam 70-24: Private Cloud (Part 2)
BRK2493 Microsoft’s New Windows Server Containers
BRK3853 An Insider’s Guide to Desktop Virtualization
BRK3483 Taking advantage of Identity capabilities in the Azure Pack
BRK3466 Extending Virtual Machines in the Windows Azure Pack
BRK2468 NetApp, Inc.: Datacenter Transformation, Head into the Cloud While Keeping Your Feet on the Ground
BRK2469 The Power of the Windows Server Software Defined Datacenter in Action
BRK3337 Sysinternals Primer: Ignite 2015 Edition
BRK3489 Exploring Storage Replica in Windows Server vNext
BRK3474 Enabling Private Cloud Storage Using Servers with Local Disks
BRK3496 Deploying Private Cloud Storage with Dell Servers and Windows Server vNext
BRK3484 Upgrading Your Private Cloud to Windows Server 2012 R2 and Beyond!
BRK3503 Best Practices for Deploying Disaster Recovery Services with Microsoft Azure Site Recovery
BRK2479 Cloud Integrated Backup with Microsoft System Center and Azure Backup
BRK3119 Turning the Infrastructure Inside Out and IT Practices Upside Down: Microsoft IT’s Cloud Adoption
BRK2472 Overview of the Microsoft Cloud Platform System
FND1451 Windows Server & System Center Futures—Bring Azure to your Datacenter (Platform Vision & Strategy)
C9-31 The Microsoft Azure Stack
BRK2461 Nano Server: The Future of Windows Server Starts Now
THR0480 Nano Server
THR0488 Datacenter Management from the Microsoft Point of View
C9-03 Jeff Woolsey on the Microsoft Datacenter Platform vNext
C9-41 Availability on Demand – Site Recovery
C9-40 Availability on Demand – Backup
C9-20 Microsoft’s Storage Strategy & Capabilities in Datacenter vNext
C9-21 Microsoft’s Networking Strategy & Capabilities in vNext
C9-13 Microsoft’s Security and Assurance strategy in vNext

Before I close off, some quick tips.

For those interested in reading all about OMS, just read the quick start guide from my fellow SCUG member and MVP Dieter Wijckmans:

People who are interested in downloading all the Ignite sessions (and also from other events like TechEd), I can recommend using the PowerShell script from MVP Michel de Rooij, which you can find over here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Channel9-Session-04b2558b

To end up, I share you the download links for Windows Server 2016 TP 2 and System Center 2012 TP 2:



Have fun watching and I’ll be back soon.

Wim Matthyssen (@wmatthyssen)

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