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NEW Altaro Webinar: Troubleshooting Hyper-V

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It’s just a given that no matter how stable and reliable a platform is, at some point, it’s going to break. Software, being created and managed by us error prone humans, will at some point in time malfunction
and require someone to fix it. This is true of most software, even virtualization software like Hyper-V. The problem with virtualization platforms is that they are inherently complex due to all the different components and are arguably one of the most important aspects of your infrastructure. So, when an issue occurs that requires troubleshooting, it’s no surprise that this causes panic and concern in many
administrators.

Fear not though! While Hyper-V may seem difficult to troubleshoot and fix due to its complexity there are a number of troubleshooting best practices and tools that can be used to help you with the job. Additionally, there are a number of common issues in the industry that can be easily avoided or resolved, it just takes a little knowledge and training.

Altaro Software is hosting another Hyper-V webinar hosted by Microsoft Cloud & Datacenter Management MVPs Andy Syrewicze and Didier Van Hoye. Throughout this webinar, Andy and Didier will be covering a number of best practices and tools that can be used to make troubleshooting easier for those unexpected issues.

Additionally, a number of common pitfalls will be discussed along with the needed steps to avoid them before problems occur. Finally, Didier and Andy will discuss some tales from the trenches. These are situations, some common and others uncommon, that Andy and Didier have come across working with Hyper-V over the last several years, and what they did to resolve the issues.

Remember, it’s one thing to setup and run a virtualization solution. It’s another to fix it when it’s broken.

We hope to see you there!

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