Proposing Virtualization. The Architecture of HyperV. The Project Plan. Assessing the Existing Infrastructure. Planning the Hardware Deployment. Deploying Core Virtualization Technologies. Virtualization Scenarios. And I promise I will put more pictures on the fridge. Beccayou have some major changes of your own as you graduate and make your way out into the world. I know you will make me proud. Keep hold of that sense of humor and your com-passionate nature; they will take you far.
To both of you smart, beautiful, considerate, and caring girls, I love you very much! When it comes to parents, I was blessed with the best. And although you keep saying that I had to earn everything that I have because we did not have much as I grew up, you gave me the things that truly matter and cannot be boughtlove, honesty, trust, and a great work ethic. Thank you for everything you did for me. And to the rest of my insane familythank you for putting up with me. I know I am not always available to help out when needed, but I will try to make up for it in the near future.
Of course I could always milk this for all its worth. And once again, my brother John was there on the sidelines to help out.
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He wrote the first chapter and was my sounding board as I worked through this book. He is an invaluable asset professionally and personally. As for my Sybex family, I have to start by thanking Tom Cirtin for all he has done for me.
He is not only a great developmental editor; he has become a good friend. I have had nothing but good experiences with the Sybex crew over the years, and each of you helped make this book a success. Thanks to my wife, Rebecca, for working with me to get this book completed. I really dont know what I would have done without her help in researching and compiling some of the information that appears in the chapters that I wrote. She also did a fine job of proofreading my rough draft and page-proofing the result.
Matt Wagner, my agent, deserves credit for helping me get the contract in the first place and tak-ing care of all the details that most authors dont really consider. I always appreciate his assistance. Its good to know that someone wants to help.
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Its always nice to work with such a great group of professionals and I very much appreciate the friendship weve built over the few years. First, I would like to thank Brad Price for asking me once again to share the book-writing expe-rience with him. I thought you had learned your lesson after the first book.
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This one was definitely a bigger challenge. Rest assured, one day Ill get even with you. And you cant write a book without the publisher and people like Tom Cirtin and David Clark that make it tick, so a big thanks goes out to the entire Wiley staff for their work on getting these words onto paper and into your hands.
Its a task with details beyond my comprehension, so Ill just stick to the simple things like writing pro-grams and figuring out Microsoft beta software.
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Not said nearly often enough, special thanks go out to my wife Lori. Keeping the family going is a tough enough job, and allowing me the time to work on this project cant make it any easier. Im sure jewelry is probably in order after this one. And I cant forget the younguns, Jaina and Shelby. You might not have contributed words to the book or work around the house, but every day you manage to put a smile on my face without even trying. Working on projects like this means some-times missing the little moments, but I know you have many big moments ahead and I wouldnt miss them for world.
Of course, I wouldnt be who I am today without the molding at the hands of my parents. Kevin lives in Sallins, Co.
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Kildare, Ireland with his wife, Laura, and son, Matthew. When he's not working on the laptop or thinking about System Center, he spends his free time with the family and supporting Manchester United. He also holds a second-degree black belt in freestyle kickboxing and although not as involved in the sport as he used to be, he's still an avid follower of the martial arts. From the early days of his career his interest has been tools for monitoring and automation in Windows environments—initially only VB Scripting, but shortly after that MOM , SMS , and the first wave of System Center.
He started his journey in IT nearly 15 years ago while working at a money management firm in Dallas, Texas. Shortly after that, he worked as a network administrator at a radiopharmaceutical company, then went on as an independent consultant for a few years. In he joined Microsoft's Directory Services team, later moving to the Manageability team, where he supported both Configuration Manager and Operations Manager. Since he has been specializing in Operations Manager and has recently transitioned to dedicated support for enterprises across the U.
Sam lives in North Texas with his wife and eight children, four of whom are in college. Telmo wrote his first application in , with the intent of demonstrating physics concepts to his fellow classmates. His passion for technology and teaching made him a self-taught developer from early age.
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In he moved to Wellesley, Mass. He kept developing applications to demonstrate science and math concepts and decided to remain in the U.
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