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Hyper V

Earlier known as Windows Server Virtualization, Microsoft Hyper-V is a native hypervisor that can build virtual machines on x86-64 systems running Windows. Hyper-V is available from Windows 8 version and is a succession of Windows Virtual PC. Any server that runs Hyper-V can be configured with one or more networks easily. The first release of Hyper-V took place along with Windows Server on 1st October 2008. It is available free of cost for all Windows Server and also on certain Client Operating Systems. It comprises of Windows Server 2008 Server core and Hyper-V role. Remote access using Hyper-V is done using Remote Desktop Connection.This course will provide you with skills and knowledge necessary to design and implement Microsoft Server Virtualization solutions using System Center and Hyper-V.

Hyper V

Course Modules

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
  • Selecting the Appropriate Virtualization Method
  • Accessing the Environment by Using MAP




Installing And Configuring The Hyper-v Server Role


  • Installing the Hyper-V Server 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 and Managing Virtual Machines
  • 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 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 Hyper-V Failover Cluster
  • Managing Hyper-V Failover Cluster




Installing And Configuring System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager


  • Integrating System Center and Server Virtualization
  • Overview of System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager
  • Installing System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager
  • Adding Hosts and Managing Host Groups
  • Installing and Configuring System Center 2012 VMM SP1
  • Managing Hosts and Host Groups




Managing The Networking And Storage Infrastructure In System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager


  • Managing Networking Infrastructure
  • Managing Storage Infrastructure
  • Managing Infrastructure Updates
  • Implementing a Network Infrastructure
  • Implementing a Storage Infrastructure
  • Managing Infrastructure Updates




Protecting And Monitoring Virtualization Infrastructure


  • Overview of Backup and Restore Options for Virtual Machines
  • Protecting Virtualization Infrastructure by Using Data Protection Manager
  • Using System Center Operations Manager for Monitoring and Reporting
  • Integrating Virtual Machine Manager with Operations Manager
  • Implementing System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager Agent
  • Configuring Operations Manager Monitoring Components
  • Configuring Operations Manager Integration with Virtual Machine Manager





Duration of the courses: 120 Hours

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have an understanding of TCP/IP and networking concepts, an understanding of different storage technologies and concepts, The ability to work in a team/virtual team and an understanding of Windows PowerShell.

Key Benefits

As Hyper-V is included in the latest versions of Windows, a lot of money is saved on licensing. Also, users don’t need to learn Linux to use it, as it is Windows-based. Hyper-V is very flexible, providing a lot of relief to its users. It is extremely convenient to migrate running VMs from one host to another LIVE using Hyper-V. With hyper-V, it is much easier to manage the load, as new servers can be quickly added in a matter of a few minutes. It is possible to perform Cluster- maintenance using Hyper-V, without any downtime to the end users. Disaster recovery has become more effective with Hyper-V with robust back-up facilities. With Hyper-V, now even small enterprises can afford replication of servers across WAN or a secured VPN.