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Virtualization Technology

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Description

Virtual machines allow a computer to run multiple operating systems simultaneously, letting you partition servers to isolate applications, improve portability and migration, or create entire testing labs within a single PC. In this course, you gain the skills needed to install, configure and manage virtual servers and workstations.

Course Objectives

  • Manage VMware and Microsoft Virtual Machine (VM) technologies
  • Leverage VMs to build testing, support and training environments
  • Partition physical servers to decrease operating costs
  • Migrate from physical to virtual machines
  • Manage VMs on VMware ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Increase service availability through hot migrations

Course Outline

Virtualization Concepts

  • Defining virtual machines (servers and workstations)
  • Advantages of deploying Vms
  • VMware Workstation
  • Server
  • ESXi
  • Oracle VirtualBox
  • Hyper-V
  • Others

Creating Virtual Machines

  • Comparing workstation products
  • Functionality
  • Performance
  • Contrasting Windows and Linux hosts

Abstracting hardware

  • Partitioning shared resources
  • Accessing raw and virtual disks
  • Virtualizing CPU and memory resources

Deploying virtual workstation software

  • Planning for automatic installations
  • Designing virtual networks
  • Bridged, NAT and host-only networking

Building guest operating systems

  • Allocating host resources
  • Configuring virtual hard drives
  • Managing peripheral devices
  • Exploiting Virtual Workstation Functionality

Creating support platforms

  • ·Readying multiple operating systems
  • Suspending and resuming virtual workstations
  • Expanding application support
  • Extending legacy application life
  • Resolving version conflicts

Constructing a test environment

  • Accessing host files
  • Taking and restoring snapshots

Developing training environments

  • Protecting guest operating systems
  • Exploiting non persistent disks

Partitioning Servers

Establishing requirements

  • Justifying server virtualization
  • Partitioning via hardware and software
  • Recognizing server functionality needs

Choosing virtual server hosts

  • Evaluating performance and features
  • Considering security implications

Executing server VMs

  • Working in interactive mode
  • Implementing headless operation

Managing virtual servers remotely

  • Exploiting remote management consoles
  • Connecting to the web interfaces
  • Securing remote management

Deploying virtual servers

  • Automating tasks via scripting
  • Migrating physical to virtual servers
  • Accessing Storage Area Networks (SANs)

Clustering virtual machines

  • Distributing workloads via Network Load Balancing (NLB)
  • Establishing fault tolerance with clustering services

Data Center Virtualization with ESXi

  • Building the architecture
  • Examining ESXi architecture

Leveraging ESXi features

  • Networking with vSwitches and port groups
  • Optimizing resource utilization

Managing Microsoft Hyper-V

  • Maintaining virtual machines
  • Contrasting Hyper-V and ESXi architecture
  • Implementing remote management tools
  • Securing virtual machine deployments
  • Reducing attack surface with Server Core

Course Methodology

A variety of methodologies will be used during the course that includes:

  • (30%) Based on Case Studies
  • (30%) Techniques
  • (30%) Role Play
  • (10%) Concepts
  • Pre-test and Post-test
  • Variety of Learning Methods
  • Lectures
  • Case Studies and Self Questionaires
  • Group Work
  • Discussion
  • Presentation

Who should attend

Those in desktop and server support or management roles who have experience with system administration of Windows or Linux and networking knowledge.

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