Failover Clustering and Network Load Balancing Team Blog
On Thursday December 1st and Wednesday January 11th, Technical Evangelist Symon Perriman and Technical Instructor Philip Helsel will host an online 8-hour deep dive training event for the Microsoft 70-659 Technical Specialist exam, Windows Server 2008 R2, Server Virtualization. This virtual event runs for 8 hours at different times and will include presentations, demos and live Q&A with the attendees. It costs $99 to attend, but includes a free exam voucher worth $150! It is public so sign up for some great training to help improve your career here: http://mctreadiness.com/MicrosoftCareerConferenceRegistration.aspx?pid=274. Register early to make the most of a weekly virtualization coaching newsletter!
Clustering will be featured in Modules 1 and 4, where we will talk about cluster infrastructure planning, networking, storage, Cluster Shared Volumes, live migration, cluster integration with System Center Virtual Machine Manager and more!
Technologies that we will cover include: Windows Server 2008 R2, Hyper-V, System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), System Center Operations Manager (OpsMgr), System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM), Windows Server Backup, Failover Clustering, Remote Desktop Services, Active Directory, Microsoft Assessment & Planning Toolkit (MAP), Virtual Machine Servicing Tool (VMST), Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) & more!
Learn More & Register: http://mctreadiness.com/MicrosoftCareerConferenceRegistration.aspx?pid=274
Exam Information: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/Exam.aspx?ID=70-659
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If after signing up etc, will the sessions be recorded to view at any time afterwards?
Yes, the recordings are available to people that register for later viewing. We will be repeating this event every month at different times if this is not convenient for you.
As this is a paid event, we will not offer the recordings publically.