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How to Build A Home Lab for Hypervisors for ~$2,000

  • markgabbs
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  • Last updated on Mar 26, 2014
This video is a series of videos that complements the video "How to Build A Home Lab for $2,000". The presentation was created by Mark Gabryjelski, with the consideration to build a lab environment at home, and did not cost a fortune, but yet, would allow the flexibility of multiple hypervisors, managed network environment, and iSCSI and NFS storage options in the lab.

A parts list for the lab environment that is being used is called out in the How To Build A Home Lab for $2,000 in the first few slides (within 5 minutes). Why bother? Wanted to provide those admins with some confidence that this would all work, especially since it is an expensive mistake to buy the wrong thing when building a lab.

PARTS LIST
Shuttle System barebones system SH67H3
Intel iCore7 Processor, 3.1 GHz, 4xCore BX80637I73770S
Kingston, 4 x 8-GB DIMM KVR1333D3N9
Western Digital HDD, 500-GB, 7200RPM WD5000AAKX
Intel Gigabit CT PCI-E Network Adapter EXPI9301CTBLK

HP - 1910-8G Switch JG348A

Synology DS412+
Western Digital 2-TB Red NAS Drives WD20EFRX

Lantronix Spider KVM with Remote Media
This video is a series of videos that complements the video "How to Build A Home Lab for $2,000". The presentation was created by Mark Gabryjelski, with the consideration to build a lab environment at home, and did not cost a fortune, b...
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