R. L. Geant
T. B. Geant
Hyper V for engineers training course contents
Evaluating the environment for virtualization
Overview of Microsoft virtualization, Overview of system center 2012 R2 components, Evaluating current environment for virtualization, Extending virtualization to the cloud environment. Selecting the appropriate virtualization method, Assessing the environment by using MAP.
Installing and configuring the Hyper-V role
Installing the Hyper-V role, Managing Hyper-V, Configuring Hyper-V settings, Hyper-V Host storage and networking, Installing the Hyper-V server role, Configuring Hyper-V settings, Accessing and managing Hyper-V remotely.
Creating and managing virtual hard disks, virtual machines, and checkpoints
Creating and configuring virtual hard disks, Creating and configuring virtual machines, Installing and Importing virtual machines, Managing virtual machine checkpoints, Monitoring Hyper-V, Designing virtual machines for server roles and services, Creating and managing virtual hard disks, Creating and managing virtual machines, Importing virtual machines and working with checkpoints monitoring Hyper-V.
Creating and configuring virtual machine networks
Creating and using Hyper-V virtual switches, Advanced Hyper-V networking features, Configuring and using Hyper-V network virtualization, Creating and using Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V virtual switches, Configuring and using advanced virtual switch features, Configuring Hyper-V Network virtualization.
Virtual machine movement and Hyper-V replica
Providing high availability and redundancy for virtualization, Implementing virtual machine movement, Implementing and managing Hyper-V replica, Moving Hyper-V storage and virtual machines, Configuring and managing Hyper-V replica.
Implementing failover clustering with Hyper-V
Overview of failover clustering, Configuring and using shared storage, Implementing and managing failover clustering with Hyper-V, Creating a Hyper-V failover cluster, Managing a Hyper-V failover cluster.
Installing and configuring System Center 2012 R2 virtual machine manager
Integrating system center and server virtualization, Overview of VMM, Installing VMM, Adding hosts and managing host groups, Installing and configuring System Center 2012 R2 VMM, Managing hosts and host groups.
Managing the Networking and storage infrastructure in System Center 2012 R2 VMM
Managing networking infrastructure managing storage infrastructure, Managing infrastructure updates, Implementing a network infrastructure, Implementing a storage infrastructure, Managing infrastructure updates.
Creating and managing VM using MS System Center 2012 R2 VMM
VMM tasks in VMM, Creating, cloning, and converting VMs, Overview of VM updating, Creating a VM and modifying it’s properties, Cloning a VM.
Configuring and managing the MS System Center 2012 R2 VMM library and library objects
Overview of the VMM library, Working with profiles and templates, Configuring and managing the VMM library, Creating and managing profiles and templates.
Managing clouds in MS System Center 2012 R2 VMM
Introduction to clouds, Creating and managing a cloud, Working with user roles in VMM, Creating a cloud, Working with user roles, Deploying VMs to a private cloud.
Managing services in MS System Center 2012 R2 VMM and app controller
Understanding services in VMM, Creating and managing services in VMM, Using app controller Creating a service template, Deploying a service and updating a service template, Configuring app controller, Deploying a VM in app controller.
Protecting and monitoring virtualization infrastructure
Overview of backup and restore options for VM, Protecting virtualization Infrastructure using DPM, Using Operations Manager for monitoring and reporting, Integrating VMM with Operations Manager, Implementing MS System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager agents, Configuring Operations Manager monitoring components, Configuring Operations Manager integration with System Center 2012 R2 VMM.
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