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Since the structure of your network will now focus on resource pools running virtual service offerings (VSOs), you will need to begin working with this structure as soon as possible What better way to do this than with virtualized testing laboratories You ll begin by building a few hardware-based host servers that will run the technologies you will need to test to build your VSO structure Then, when you re ready, these host servers can form the initial resource pool you can use to begin your migration to WS08
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There are lots of reasons to use virtual laboratories First, you can virtualize any of the server roles In most of our tests, we ve been able to run server roles with as little as 512 megabytes (MB) of RAM allocated to the virtual machine Of course, you will have to increase the amount of RAM when you add roles to the server, but if you have the appropriate host a host with enough firepower to run several virtual machines you should easily be able to run any server role you need Working with both client PCs and servers through VMs will seriously cut down the cost of building the laboratory As mentioned earlier, you can rely on virtual technology from either Microsoft or VMware, as both offer free copies of their tools Both offer full support for running Windows servers or PCs In addition, you may want to obtain tools for the conversion of physical machines to virtual instances This saves a lot of time, as you simply point to the physical machine you want to capture and easily transform it into a virtual instance Once again, both manufacturers offer these tools for free
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the laboratory in a virtual environment You can do so with either Microsoft Virtual Server (wwwmicrosoftcom/windowsserversystem/virtualserver) or XenServer (wwwcitrixxenserver com/Pages/defaultaspx since the machines you create with each of these tools will be compatible with the machines you will run on Hyper-V We suggest you buy some very large host machines to begin your resource pool The ideal machine will be an x64 server running several multicore processors, lots of RAM, and lots of disk space Use Windows Server 2008 x64 Enterprise Edition Server Core as the host OS for this server, since it includes four free licenses for virtual instances The cost of a few servers with the right mix of firepower will outweigh the cost of running several lower-end machines and having to manage physical installations instead of virtual instances of servers,
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and it will prepare you properly for your new dynamic datacenter In addition, you may even be able to take virtual machines you constructed in the testing lab and move them directly into production if you ve done your homework right This will provide immeasurable savings in time and costs during your deployment
TIP For a detailed description of the design and creation of a virtual testing lab, see 3:
Creating the Migration Test Bed from The Definitive Guide to Vista Migration by Ruest and Ruest and published by Realtime Publishers at wwwrealtime-nexuscom/dgvmhtm There, now you re ready to move on to the creation of your network architecture and the complete design of your solution This is what the next chapters take you through
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indows Server 2008 (WS08) offers several significant improvements in installation methods, compared to Windows 2000, 2003, and especially compared to Windows NT Four installation methods are available with WS08:
Manual or interactive installation Unattended installation through an answer file Disk imaging with the System Preparation Tool Remote installation through Windows Deployment Services (WDS) All of these installation modes are really quite similar Whereas in previous versions of Windows, each of these modes required different answer files and different preparation modes, WS08 now relies on an image-based setup (IBS) just like Vista does This means that the installation media uses a wim, or Windows Imaging, file as the installation source IBS relies on this file-based system image to provide the input to any server setup The actual edition that is installed is determined by the product key you enter during the setup process
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