Quoting from official page:
– Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 – Product Overview
Virtual Server 2005 is Microsoft’s virtual machine (VM) solution for Windows Server 2003 which enables customers to run multiple operating systems on a single physical server. Join us for this 60-minute session to learn how Virtual Server can help you increase operational efficiency in three key areas: legacy application migration, server consolidation, software development and test environments.
– TechNet Webcasts: Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 – Best Practices for Migrating and Consolidating Existing Application Servers
Attend this session to learn best practices and determining when to “virtualize”, re-write or port existing applications. Also, view a demonstration of the Virtual Server Migration Tool automating the task of migrating existing applications into virtual machines.
– TechNet Webcast: Virtual Server 2005 – Setting up a virtual test and development environment
Attend this session to learn how Microsoft’s Virtual Server 2005 can help you build a cost effective virtual test lab that requires less hardware and time.
– TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 – Installing a two-node virtual machine cluster
Attend this session to learn how to create a two-node cluster of virtual machines running Windows Server 2003 – a key feature of Virtual Server 2005. This session will include a demonstration of the steps involved in building a cluster of virtual machines.
– TechNet Webcast: Virtual Server 2005 COM API: Automating Your Virtual World
The session will focus on demonstrating small scriplet building blocks and assembling them into useful scripts. Session assumes knowledge on writing VBScripts.
– TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Virtual Server Technical Overview
We will discuss what a Virtual environment is and how the Server product compares to the desktop product, Microsoft Virtual PC, and when to use each solution. We will cover the installation and setup of the product from the actual server to the actual drives