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TechNet Radio: (Part 4) Building Your Hybrid Cloud

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TechNet Radio: (Part 4) Building Your Hybrid Cloud

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Continuing the "Building a Hybrid Cloud" series, Keith Mayer and Jennelle Crothers walk us through managing cloud foundations with Windows Server 2012 R2. Tune in as they go in depth into what management tools are available as well as introduce the new features found in PowerShell 4.0.

  • [1:33] Series Review
  • [4:53] Review What’s New in Windows Server 2012 R2
  • [5:10] Overview of Management Capabilities in 2012 R2
  • [8:05] DEMO: Server Manager 20-12 R2
  • [16:13] Using PowerShell to manage the Data Abstraction Layer (DAL)
  • [19:08] DEMO: DAL PowerShell cmdlets for managing remote servers via BMC’s
  • [24:04] Desired State Configuration (DSC)
  • [27:50] DEMO: Walk-through DSC Configuration
  • [36:58] Other PowerShell 4.0 Enhancements


TRY IT YOURSELF! “
Managing Desired State Configuration with PowerShell 4.0
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