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GUIDE TO SUPPORTING MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUDS instructs network administrators how to effectively implement and maintain Microsoft private clouds with a balance of conceptual expertise and hands-on skills. This text prepares you to work with large providers, such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, as well as implement smaller scale cloud computing solutions within your own network environment. It begins with a thorough conceptual foundation. Successive chapters help refine key skills needed to implement private cloud stations using Microsoft technologies, including Windows Server 2008 R2, Hyper-V virtualization, Virtual Machine Manager, Self-Service Portal, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Storage Server, Failover Cluster Manager, and Windows PowerShell. You complete more than 75 team lab activities as you learn to put a high-availability cluster into place to support a Microsoft private cloud.