Here’s a heads up on another interesting article I found over in the TechNet Wiki. This one is by Microsoft Partner Kristian Nese and it talks about creating Hyper-V hosts with SCVMM 2012:
Several new deployment options in VMM 2012 make the life of an IT-pro a bit easier.
VMM 2012 promise a much deeper cluster integration than VMM 2008 R2 provided, and I wanted to test the entire process, from creating Hyper-V hosts, to create a Failover Cluster – everything from my VMM 2012 server.
This post will cover the process of how you enable your physical servers for virtualization…
You can continue reading Kristian’s article