Hyper-V for Developers - presentation from NxtGenUG Oxford (including link to more info on Dynamic Memory)

Many thanks to Richard Hopton and the NxtGenUG guys in Oxford for inviting me to talk on Hyper-V for Developers last night, and for Research Machines for providing the venue.  It was great to have developers not yet using Hyper-V who were really interested in some of the finer points to help them with specific requirements.

For those wanting to follow up on the topics I covered, you can download the presentation deck as either PDF (with speaker notes included) or as the original PowerPoint slidedeck,

  http://www.tigernews.co.uk/blog-twickers/nxtgenugoxford/HyperV4Devs.pdf

  http://www.tigernews.co.uk/blog-twickers/nxtgenugoxford/HyperV4Devs.zip

I also mentioned the new feature, Dynamic Memory, coming in Service Pack 1, had been presented in a session at TechEd 2010 by Ben Armstrong, and you can download his presentation from here,

  http://blogs.msdn.com/b/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2010/06/08/talking-about-dynamic-memory.aspx

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