Becoming an expert on Microsoft Hyper-V requires time and dedication. Starting with good reading is probably the best and easiest approach. In this 1-minute video, Veeam employees who learned a lot about Windows Server and Microsoft Hyper-V during the last several years share their list of the best books and articles on this topic.
Here are five great books and articles about Microsoft Hyper-V to help you become a guru:
- The top 10 things every IT Pro using Hyper-V needs to know by John Savill, an 11-time MVP.
- Free study guide for Microsoft Certification Exam 74-409: Server Virtualization with Windows Server Hyper-V and System Center by Orin Thomas, an author of 30+ books for Microsoft Press
- Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V best practices in easy checklist form by Roger Osborne, Microsoft employee
- Step-by-step guide: Hyper-V replica in depth by Mike Resseler, a 5-time MVP
- Mastering Hyper-V with System Center and Windows Azure by John Savill and Mastering Windows Server 2012 R2 by Mark Minasi and lots of other great authors
- How to get started with Hyper-V – Mike & Maria’s Show
- Windows Server with Hyper-V system requirements – Mike & Maria’s Show
- Top 5 most important features of Microsoft Hyper-V – Mike & Maria’s Show