Microsoft Hyper-V Training

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In this course, participants gain the skills needed to virtualize their organization's infrastructure with Hyper-V or System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). This course teaches you: Virtualize enterprise workloads with Windows Server Hyper-V, how to create Hyper-V Vms, optimized disks and virtual networks, how to Implement a private cloud using SCVMM etc.

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What is Microsoft Hyper-V training about?

In this course participants gain the skills needed to virtualize their organization's infrastructure with Hyper-V or System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). Through extensive hands-on exercises participants learn how to deploy and configure a highly available virtual infrastructure with Microsoft Windows Server 2012 virtualization tools.

What are the objectives of Microsoft Hyper-V training?

At the end of Microsoft Hyper-V training course, participants will be able to:

  • Virtualize enterprise workloads with Windows Server Hyper-V
  • Create Hyper-V Vms, optimized disks and virtual networks
  • Maintain uptime with live migrations, clustering and other high-availability solutions
  • Implement a private cloud using SCVMM
  • Optimize virtual infrastructure performance and security
Available Training Modes

Live Online Training

Classroom Training

 

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Who is Microsoft Hyper-V training for?

  • Anyone who wants to add Microsoft Hyper-V skills to their profile
  • Teams getting started on Microsoft Hyper-V projects
  • What are the prerequisites for Microsoft Hyper-V training?

    Experience with Windows system administration and networking knowledge is assumed.

    Course Outline

    • 1. Preparing a Hyper-V Environment
      • Introduction to virtualizationr - Investigating Type I and Type II hypervisorsr - tValidating the hardware and software prerequisitesr - tComparing Hyper-V to Vmware and Xen offeringsr -
      • Implementing Hyper-Vr - Enabling the server roler - tLeveraging management interfacesr -
    • 2. Building Virtual Machines (Vms)
      • Configuring the virtual hardwarer - Allocating CPU resourcesr - Distributing static and dynamic memoryr - Connecting to removable hardwarer -
      • Architecting the storage fabricr - Constructing dynamic and fixed-sized virtual hard disksr - tIncreasing performance with pass-through disksr - tReverting system state with snapshotsr - tConverting, compressing and expanding VHDsr -
      • Creating virtual networksr - Optimizing network performancer - tImplementing external, internal and private switchesr -
    • 3. Optimizing and Troubleshooting
      • Monitoring the virtual infrastructurer - Exploiting the Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) resultsr - Inspecting live parent and child performance datar - Gathering hypervisor metrics through Performance Monitorr -
      • Detecting and resolving issuesr - Examining and filtering event logsr - tTriggering alerts for efficient remediationr - tControlling resource usager -
    • 4. Relocating Virtual Machines and Disks
      • Transferring backend datar - Importing and exporting virtual machinesr - Performing online storage migrationsr -
      • Redistributing Hyper-V workloads with live migrationsr - Migrating locally stored Vms between hostsr - tOptimizing migrations with Storage Area Networks (SANs)r -
    • 5. Increasing Service and Application Availability
      • Eliminating single points of failurer - Avoiding network outages with NIC teamingr - Mirroring Vms in real time with Hyper-V replicasr -
      • Improving fault tolerance with failover clustersr - Monitoring cluster resources and VM statesr - tConfiguring appropriate quorum modelsr - tExpediting live migration with clusteringr -
    • 6. System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM)
      • Establishing a private cloudr - Correlating benefits and organizational goalsr - Centralizing administration with the VMM consoler - Integrating VMM with other System Center componentsr - Augmenting functionality with add-ons and extensionsr -
      • Accelerating VM deploymentsr - Deploying Vms from predefined templatesr - tStandardizing hardware and OS settings with profilesr - tConverting existing physical servers with P2V toolsr - tMigrating from competing virtualization platformsr -
      • Centralizing performance managementr - Collecting data from the virtual infrastructurer - tLimiting CPU and memory consumptionr - tAutomating load distribution with Dynamic Optimizationr -
    • 7. Securing the Virtual Environment
      • Ensuring data protectionr - Assessing parent and guest initiated backupsrnIdentifying required backup application featuresrn
      • Minimizing security risksr - Reducing the potential for malware and other attacksrnDelegating control through the AppController web portalrn
    • 8. Deploying a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
      • Deploying a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)r - Contrasting hardware and licensing requirementsrnApp-VrnRemoteApprnRemote Desktop Services (RDS)rn
      • Tailoring VDI to meet organizational needsr - Assigning personal virtual desktops to usersrnSimplifying management with virtual desktop poolsrn

    Who is the instructor for this training?

    The trainer for this Microsoft Hyper-V has extensive experience in this domain, including years of experience training & mentoring professionals.

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