Tag: Cisco UCS

Cisco UCS Hyper-V Cluster – Add Hyper-V Cluster to SCVMM – Part 8

Microsoft, System Center, Virtualization, Windows Server

In this post we will add the Hyper-V Cluster to our System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2...
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Cisco UCS Hyper-V Cluster – Add Nodes to Hyper-V Cluster – Part 7

Hardware, Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows Server • One Comment

Adding Hyper-V Hosts to the Failover Cluster is pretty simple. And I will keep this part very short. First Setup your Hyper-V Hosts and...
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Cisco UCS Hyper-V Cluster – Create Hyper-V Cluster – Part 6

Hardware, Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows Server

After you have installed your Hyper-V Nodes and enabled the Failover Cluster Feature you can now start two create the Hyper-V Server 2008...
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Cisco UCS Hyper-V Cluster – Configure Hyper-V Networks – Part 5

Hardware, Hosting, Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows Server • 3 Comments

This How-To shows you how you configure the (Virtual) Network Adapters of the Hyper-V Servers. This...
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Cisco UCS Hyper-V Cluster – Configure Blade Servers – Part 4

Hardware, Microsoft, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows Server • 3 Comments

After we have installed the Cisco Blade Servers we now have to do some configuration on the Hosts. First I activate Remote Management like...
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Cisco UCS Hyper-V Cluster – Create Hyper-V Image for Blade Servers – Part 2

Hardware, Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows Server • One Comment

We use Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 as Operating System for our Cisco Blade Notes. The Cisco UCS does need some special drivers which...
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Cisco UCS Hyper-V Cluster – Part1

Hardware, Microsoft, System Center, Virtualization, Windows Server • 6 Comments

This is my first post on a Microsoft Hyper-V Cluster with a Cisco UCS. In the next parts I will...
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Cisco UCS and Microsoft Hyper-V R2

Hardware, Hosting, Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows Server • 2 Comments

Last week we run our first tests with the Cisco UCS Bladecenter, VMware ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V R2. I am really excited about the...
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