Event: Hyper-V Immersion Training for IT Pros

My final 2 months of 2011 are nuts and here’s part of the reason why.  I’ll be co-presenting 3 * 1 day immersion training events on Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V.  The session is the same on each day; it gives you an opportunity to pick one that suits your schedule and means we should have enough seats for all.  That means you should only register for 1 day.  Do not register for 2 or 3 days.

The day starts with the basics in the morning, and dives deep into all the nuts and bolts, from clustering, to networking, to Linux, to Dynamic Memory, to CSV and backup design.  Sign up and attend this, and you’ll be eligible to attend the hands-on training classes we’ll be running in the new year.


Presenters: Aidan Finn (Me) and Dave Northey (DPE, Microsoft Ireland, aka @IEITPRO)

Audience: Infrastructure Specialists, IT Decision Makers, IT Generalists, IT Implementers, Administrators, Consultants, Technical Support.

Location: Microsoft European Development Centre, Building 2 South County Business Park, Leopardstown, Dublin 18

We will run the workshop from 9.30am until 5.00pm on 3 different dates; please choose one date which suits you:

There is no cost for attending this training session. All participants to this 1 Day session will receive a priority invite to the in-depth ITPro training taking place in early 2012, and you will be entered into a fabulous draw in which we have 3 new Nokia Lumia 800 to give away Smile

6 thoughts on “Event: Hyper-V Immersion Training for IT Pros”

  1. I would leap at this opportunity if it wasn’t 6300KM away.
    Any suggestion for finding events similar to this in Western Canada?

    1. Jeff, see if you can make contact with the local MSFT user groups or the DPE team in MSFT Canada. One or the other might be able to help.

  2. I attended the training yesterday. I am very appreciative of the knowledge shared. I’m reading the whitepapers now and trying to burn it in!

    Thanks So much


    1. Thanks Des. Comments like yours make doing this worthwhile. Watch your email for announcements on the hands on labs. Dates are being discussed at the moment. In the meantime, if you can grab 3 servers, have a read of the iSCSI target whitepaper and give it a go.

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