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    Implementing Failover Cluster on Windows Server 2019 – Part1

    welcome to a new episode about Implementing on Failover Clustering on Windows Server 2019 Let’s get started So, let’s talk a little about Failover Clustering, I could say the most interesting part of Windows Administration because it has a role to maintain high availability of applications and services and this kind of configuration is still in use in large scale. For easy understanding, I prepared a diagram with the servers that will be involved during implementation and yes the diagram will be placed in the right corner as background for easy understanding when I will switch to another server will be more cleary for you These servers are already prepared…

  • What’s new for Storage Spaces Direct | Windows Server Summit 2019
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    What’s new for Storage Spaces Direct | Windows Server Summit 2019

    >>Hi, and thanks for tuning in to this session all about what’s new in Storage Spaces Direct. I’m Cosmos, and I’m joined in studio today by Adi from the Storage Spaces Direct product team. Adi, thanks for being here.>>Thanks for having me.>>So tell us a little bit about what you work on.>>Yeah. So I’m a PM on Windows Server, and my job is to make sure that Windows Server is safe and reliable and that involves figuring out how to monitor issues, improving the health service, improving our diagnostics tool so that, in the end, troubleshooting is very easy and faster for you.>>So that’s a pretty important charter. I’m sure…

  • Future state of Windows Server | Windows Server Summit 2019
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    Future state of Windows Server | Windows Server Summit 2019

    >>Welcome everyone, my name is Jeff Woolsey, Principal Program Manager for Azure Stack HCI in Windows Server, and I’m joined today by.>>Vijay Kumar, I’m the Director of Product Marketing for Windows Server and I lead the Windows Server business. It’s great to be here. Let’s start by giving you an idea of what we have coming up today, we have an exciting morning ahead. We have things to talk about the product updates, we will talk to the experts, we will show you exciting demos, share customer stories, and we also have some contests and Q&A to mix it up. But first, over the last few months, we made some…

  • Windows Server 2016 Essentials Integration with Microsoft Intune – Demo
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    Windows Server 2016 Essentials Integration with Microsoft Intune – Demo

    (upbeat music) – Hi, everyone. Welcome to another episode of OEMTV. I’m Eric Mills with Microsoft. I do windows server marketing here, and in this video you’re going to see a demo of the Essentials Intune Integration. And when I say Essentials, I mean the Windows Server Essentials Edition with Intune. In the video Ken will take you step by step through setting it up. We’ll talk about what is Intune. Essentially it’s a way to manage all your mobile devices, all your mobile apps, manage your compliance. A lot of people are very interested in how this works. So in the video, you’ll see what it looks like. Ken…

  • Storage Migration Service and Windows Server 2008 | Windows Server Summit 2019
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    Storage Migration Service and Windows Server 2008 | Windows Server Summit 2019

    >>Hey folks, my name is Ned Pyle. Thanks for joining us here in Windows Server Summit for 2019. Today, I’m going to talk to you about the really big elephant in the room and that is Windows Server 2008. Everybody here probably has run 2008, probably has 2008 still, I know from talking to customers, from telemetry, from surveys, that it’s about maybe half of all servers left in the world of Windows, and that is tens upon tens of millions of servers are 2008, and that means for you, that we need to have some options for getting you modern. Because on January 14th, it’s all over for 2008.…

  • Containers in Windows Server, Hyper-V and Azure – with Mark Russinovich
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    Containers in Windows Server, Hyper-V and Azure – with Mark Russinovich

    Welcome to Microsoft Mechanics. Coming up on the show If you are in IT and want to understand more about the design and architecture of containers and how you can use them? I am joined by Mark Russinovich to take a look at the latest in containerization and your options. We’ll review what containers are and how they work including the new native container technology in Windows Server 2016 and how this extends to Hyper-V and Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Mechanics So I am joined by Mark Russinovich, welcome. Thanks, it’s good to be here. Now container technology has been around for a while in Linux but this is something relatively…

  • Windows Server 2019 Networking: RSC in the vSwitch
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    Windows Server 2019 Networking: RSC in the vSwitch

    Hi, my name is Dan Cuomo and I’m a Program Manager on the Windows Core Networking team. In this video we’ll talk about a new feature in Windows Server 2019 called RSC in the vSwitch. RSC in the vSwitch improves performance when processing network traffic by coalescing multiple TCP segments into fewer but larger segments. depending on the scenario this results in lower host CPU utilization or higher throughput to the virtual NIC. Now let’s take a look at how RSC in the vSwitch benefits low throughput scenarios. At the top of the video we have a virtual machine that will be receiving network traffic from another host you’ll be…

  • Be Your Own VPS: Part 2 – Configure Hyper V Server 2016
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    Be Your Own VPS: Part 2 – Configure Hyper V Server 2016

    Greetings internet people, and thanks for tuning in. I am Alaska Crypto Guy and this video is part of my “Be Your Own VPS” series. In the previous video we downloaded and installed Microsoft Hyper-V Server onto a server we built from an older Dell desktop computer. Today, I will show you how to configure the server core side of Microsoft’s free Hyper-V Server 2016. Let’s start by booting the newly installed server. In the previous video, I warned viewers that the Hyper-V Server is a core installation and does not have a graphical user interface (GUI). Basic configuration of the server must be performed through PowerShell and the command…