Monday, October 27, 2014

Product Highlight: Virtualization Microsoft Business Critical Applications

Virtualizing Microsoft Business Critical Applications on VMware vSphere

Do you work for a company that relies heavily on virtualization of Microsoft’s enterprise applications on vSphere to drive down costs? Have you been wanting to learn the fundamentals of delivering mission-critical applications and services to a variety of devices? Look no further than Virtualizing Microsoft Business Critical Applications on VMware vSphere. This course covers the best practices and knowledge needed to implement Microsoft business critical applications on the vSphere platform. You can drive down costs for your company by virtualizing Microsoft’s enterprise applications on vSphere and migrate towards a more flexible and low-cost private cloud architecture.

This guidebook bridges the gap between Microsoft and VMware. It covers topics such as Microsoft CAL licensing for VMware environments, running a VMware exchange server and administering other business-critical applications in the VMware platform. In addition, it also covers topics including:

  • Evaluating the benefits, risks, and challenges of virtualizing Microsoft business critical applications
  • Identifying strategies for success associated with people, processes and technology
  • Reviewing VMware vSphere features most important to virtualizing business-critical applications
  • Planning, designing, and developing virtualized SharePoint Server 2013 environments
  • Designing and configuring vSphere High Availability clusters to run Windows enterprise applications
  • And much more

The course is presented by Libowitz and Fontana, who are experts in this field. Furthermore, it covers all parts of virtualizing Windows Server 2012 AD domain controllers and failover clusters, Exchange Server 2013, SQL Server 2012, and SharePoint Server 2013. You will also find up-to-date guidance on licensing and other issues related to ensuring full support from both Microsoft and VMware.

What are you waiting for? Get the guidebook now, and delve into the fundamentals of the Microsoft and VMware worlds!

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