I recently did another webinar for work, this time focusing on how to deploy an affordable Hyper-V cluster in a small-medium business or a remote/branch office. The solution is based on Cluster-in-a-Box hardware and Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V and Storage Spaces. Yes, it reduces costs, but it also simplifies the solution, speeds up deployment times, and improves performance. Sounds like a win-win-win-win offering!
We have shared the recording of the webinar on the MicroWarehouse site, and that page also includes the slides and some additional reading & viewing.
The next webinar has been scheduled; On August 25th at 2PM UK/Irish time (there is a calendar link on the page) I will be doing a session on what’s new in WS2016 Hyper-V, and I’ll be doing some live demos. Join us even if you don’t want to learn anything about Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V, because it’s live demos using a Technical Preview build … it’s bound to all blow up in my face.
2 thoughts on “Webinar Recording – Clustering for the Small/Medium Enterprise & Branch Office”
I see in the slides you create the CSVs with 64KB interleave. If I may ask: Why would you opt for 64KB instead of the default 256KB interleave ?
It’s the recommended interleave for Hyper-V. I like to align everything all the way through.