ITProGuru announces the continuation of the TechNet Radio Series with Jose Barreto (Principal Program Manager on the Windows Server team responsible for SMB 3.0 feature set) covering Windows Server 2012 deployment scenarios leveraging SMB 3.0 is nothing new, but I wanted to provide a single consolidated post with all of the sessions to have a single post to view all of the sessions. Also, you can come directly back to this post anytime by just remembering the short URL http://aka.ms/SMB3Series.
For those of you not familiar with this webcast series or this feature set, Windows Server 2012 incorporated a significant update to the SMB protocol, namely SMB 3.0 that enables a great number of new deployment scenarios including Hyper-V over SMB, SQL Server over SMB, and much more. As I mentioned above, Jose Barreto and his team are responsible for this feature set, so we’ve put together a TechNet Radio series with him to flesh out these exact scenarios, TechNet Radio style.
I’ve put together a comprehensive list of these webcasts below and will update the list as more go live as we’re still in the middle of recording sessions as I post this..
TechNet Radio – Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V over SMB
TechNet Radio – Windows Server 2012 – How to Scale-Out a File Server using Hyper-V
TechNet Radio – Hyper-V over SMB: Step-by-Step Installation Using PowerShell
TechNet Radio – SMB Multi-channel Basics for Windows Server 2012 and SMB 3.0
TechNet Radio – SQL Server over SMB 3.0 Overview
TechNet Radio – SMB 3.0 Encryption Overview
TechNet Radio – Windows Server 2012 SMB 3.0 Deployment Scenarios
TechNet Radio – Hyper-V over SMB 3.0 Performance Considerations
TechNet Radio – Hyper-V local vs. Hyper-V over SMB Performance
TechNet Radio – Windows Server 2012 File Server Tips and Tricks
TechNet Radio – Windows Server 2012 File Server and SMB 3.0 – Simpler by Design
TechNet Radio – What’s New in SMB for Windows Server 2012 R2
TechNet Radio – Networking Configurations for Hyper-V over SMB in Windows Server 2012 R2
TechNet Radio – To Scale Out or Not to Scale Out… That is the Question