Course Of Virtualization and Cloud Advance

Virtualization and Cloud Advance

Teacher
Category
Duration Time
500 Hrs

myitgyan proxmox

Proxmox Implementation

And Administration

INDUSTRY-LEADING ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY

• Linux and Windows Servers, 32 and 64 bit operation systems

• Support for the latest Intel and AMD server chipsets for great VM performance

• Leading performance relative to bare metal for realworld enterprise workloads

• Management layer contains all the capabilities required to create and manage a virtual infrastructure

 

 

OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE

 

 

• Licensed under the free, copyleft GNU Affero General Public License, version 3 (AGPL, V3: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.html)

• Designed to ensure cooperation with community

• Public code repository (GIT)

• Bugtracker

• Public community forum

• Free Wiki for documention and HowTo´s RESTFUL WEB API

• Easy integration for third party management tools like custom hosting enviroments

• REST like API (JSON as primary data format, and the whole API is formally defined using JSON Schema)

• Easy and human readable data format (native web browser format)

• Automatic parameter verification (verification of return values)

• Automatic generation of API documentation

• Easy way to create command line tools (use the same API)

• Resource Oriented Architecture (ROA)

• Declarative API definition using JSON Schema

 

HIGH AVAILABILITY CLUSTER

 

 

• No single point of failure (no SPOF)

• Mulit-master cluster (no single master)

• GUI for managing KVM and container HA settings

• pmxcfs—Proxmox VE Cluster File System: databasedriven file system for storing configuration files replicated in realtime on all nodes using Corosync

• Based on proven Linux HA technologies, providing stable and reliable HA service

• Resource agents for KVM and Linux Containers (LXC)

• Watchdog based Fencing FENCING

• Proxmox VE HA Manger uses self fencing provided by hardware Watchdog or kernel Softdog

• No simultaneous data access and corruption

• Works “out-of-the-box”

• Proxmox VE HA Simulator included for testing

 

INTEGRATED WEB-BASED MANAGEMENT GUI

 

• No need to install a separate management tool or any additional management node

• Fast search-driven interface, capable of handling thousands of VM´s

• Secure HTML5 VNC console, supporting SSL

• Wizard based creation of virtual servers and containers

• Seamless integration and management of Proxmox VE 4.x Cluster

• Subscription management via GUI

• Role based permission management for all objects (VM´s and CT´s, storages, etc.)

• Support for multiple authentication sources (e.g. local, MS ADS, LDAP, ...)

• AJAX technologies for dynamic updates of resources

• Based on Ext JS JavaScript framework.

• Cluster-wide Task and Cluster logs: The GUI shows all running tasks from the whole cluster but also the history and the syslog of each node. This includes running backup or restore jobs, live-migration or HA triggered activities

 

LIVE MIGRATION

 

 

• Moving QEMU virtual servers from one physical host to another without any downtime.

 

COMMAND LINE INTERFACE

 

• For advanced users

• Manage all components of your virtual environment

• CLI with intelligent tab completion and full UNIX man page documentation

 

STORAGE TYPES

 

• Local storage, ZFS, LVM with ext3/ext4, and XFS

• Shared storage such as FC, iSCSI or NFS

• Distributed storage such as Ceph RBD, Sheepdog, GlusterFS and DRBD9 • Unlimited number of storage definitions (clusterwide)

 

BRIDGED NETWORKING

 

• Bridged networking model

• Each host with up to 4094 bridges

• TCP/IP configuration

• IPv4 and IPv6 support

• VLANs

• Open vSwitch

 

BACKUP AND RESTORE

 

• Full backups of containers and VMs

• Live Snapshot Backups

• Multiple schedules and backup storages

• GUI integrations, but also via CLI

• "Backup Now" and restore via GUI

• All jobs from all nodes can be monitored via the GUI tab “Tasks”

 

PROXMOX VE FIREWALL

 

• Linux-based netfilter technology. Stateful firewall. Provides high bandwith.

• Distributed: Main configuration in Proxmox VE cluster file system, iptable rules stored in nodes.

• Supports IPv4 and IPv6

• Cluster-wide settings

• 3 levels of configuration (datacenter, host, VM/CT)

• Completely customizable allowing complex configurations via GUI or CLI

• Quick setup with predefined macros

 

MULTIPLE AUTHENTICATION SOURCES

 

• Proxmox VE supports multiple authentication sources

• Linux PAM standard authentication (e.g. 'root' and other local users)

• Proxmox VE authentication server (built-in)

• Microsoft Active Directory (MS ADS)

• LDAP

 

ROLE-BASED ADMINISTRATION

 

• User- and permission management for all objects (VM´s, storages, nodes, etc.)

• A role is simply a list of privileges. Proxmox VE comes with a number of predefined roles which satisfies most needs. The whole set of predefined roles can be seen on the GUI.

• Permissions are the way to control access to objects. In technical terms they are simply a triple containing . This concept is also known as access control lists. Each permission specifies a subject (user or group) and a role (set of privileges) on a specific path.

 

VM TEMPLATES AND CLONES

 

• Deploying virtual machines from templates is blazing fast, very comfortable and if you use linked clones you can optimize your storage by using base images and thin-provisioning.

• Linked and Full Clones

 

TWO-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION

 

• For high security

• 2 types: Time-based One Time Passwords and YubiKey

 

 

myitgyan citrix

Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop – Implementation and Administration

 

 

Citrix Xendesktop 7+

  • Introducing Citrix XenDesktop
  • Configuring the Hypervisor for Desktop Delivery
  • Installing and Configuring XenDesktop
  • Managing Desktop Catalogs and Groups
  • Customizing the User Experience
  • Monitoring XenDesktop Sites
  • Streaming Desktops to Virtual and Physical Machines
  • Creating a Shared vDisk
  • Administering Provisioning Services Components
  • Delivering Local VM Desktops

 

Configuring the Hypervisor for Desktop Delivery

  • Introduction to Virtualization
  • Virtualization Components
  • Hypervisors
  • Hypervisor Role in Desktop Delivery
  • Test Your Knowledge: The Hypervisor Role in Desktop Delivery
  • Windows Virtual Machine Architecture
  • Installation of windows OS from an ISO
  • Create an ISO Library
  • Windows Virtual Machine Device Support
  • Windows Virtual Machine Creation
  • Installation of XenServer Tools
  • Test Your Knowledge: Create an ISO Library
  • Test Your Knowledge: Windows Virtual Machine Creation
  • Templates and Life-Cycle Operations
  • Conversion of Virtual Machine to Templates
  • Provision a New Virtual Machine Using a Template
  • Virtual Machine Export and Import
  • Virtual Machine Duplication
  • Test Your Knowledge: Export, Import, and Copy Virtual Machines
  • Snapshots
  • Introduction to XenConvert
  • Convert a Server or Desktop to a Virtual Machine
  • Virtual Machine Resource Management
  • Events and Alerts
  • Concept of Resource Pools
  • Virtual Machine Movement
  • Concepts of Network Components and Architecture
  • NIC Bonds
  • Create a NIC Bond in XenCenter
  • VLANs
  • Storage
  • Storage Repositories
  • Remote Storage
  • Storage Capability Comparison
  • Test Your Knowledge: Storage Components

 

Introducing Citrix XenDesktop

  • Core components of XenDesktop
  • Introduction to Desktop Virtualization
  • XenDesktop Product Family
  • Test Your Knowledge: XenDesktop Product Family
  • Introduction to FlexCast
  • Study of Use Cases
  • Virtual Desktop Models
  • Test Your Knowledge: Virtual Desktop Models
  • Introduction to HDX Technologies
  • Hosted Desktop Delivery
  • Quick Deploy System Requirements
  • Configuration and deployment of Quick Deploy

 

Installating and Configuring XenDekstop

  • Introduction to XenDesktop Architecture
  • Details of License File Management
  • Obtaining License Files
  • Security Considerations Apply to Desktop
  • Active Directory Considerations
  • Active Directory-Based Controller Discovery
  • Active Directory Objects
  • Test Your Knowledge: Active Directory Considerations
  • Introduction to citrix xendesktop site
  • Configuring a XenDesktop Site
  • Introduction to Web Interface
  • Web Interface Considerations
  • Desktop Delivery Communication Process
  • Introduction to Access Gateway
  • ICA Proxy Mode
  • Access Gateway Deployment Scenarios
  • Access Gateway Communications
  • Access Gateway Authentication
  • Single Sign-On to Web Interface
  • Smart Access

 

Managing Desktop Catalogs and Groups

 

  • Types of Administration Roles
  • Creation of Administrator Account(group/user)
  • Introduction to Virtual Desktop
  • Virtual Desktop Agent Installation
  • Virtual Desktop Agent Wizard Settings
  • Manual Firewall Configuration
  • Machine Creation Services
  • Machine Creation Services Host and Storage Requirements
  • Types of Desktop Catalogs
  • Virtual Desktop Updates
  • Modify the Master Virtual Machine
  • Revert to the Previous Master Virtual Machine
  • Introduction to Desktop Groups
  • Desktop Group Types
  • Desktop Group Examples
  • Creation of a Desktop Group
  • Power Management & its configuration.
  • Pools and Buffers

 

Customizing the User Experience

 

  • Types of User Device
  • Types of Display Modes
  • Citrix Receiver
  • Citrix Receiver for Windows and other OS
  • Citrix Receiver for Windows System Requirements
  • Citrix Merchandising Server & It’s Architecture
  • Profile Management
  • User Profiles & It’s Types
  • Redirecting User Data
  • Managing User Profiles
  • Profile Management Logon Process
  • Enable Profile Management
  • FlexCast for Apps
  • Methods of Application Delivery
  • Test Your Knowledge: Application Delivery Method
  • XenDesktop Policies
  • Policy Creation
  • Create a Policy
  • Policy Settings
  • Policy Setting Best Practices
  • Policy Prioritization
  • Test Your Knowledge: Policies, Printers, and Client Drive Mapping

 

Monitoring XenDesktop Sites

 

  • Introduction to Desktop Director
  • Installing Desktop Director
  • Accessing and monitoring Desktop Director
  • Desktop Director Pages
  • Filters
  • User and Machine Management
  • Managing Machines
  • Managing End Users
  • User Shadowing Concepts

 

Streaming Desktops to Virtual and Physical Machines

 

  • Streamed VHDs and Catalogs
  • Provisioning Services
  • Citrix Provisioning Services Infrastructure & Components
  • Key Services for Provisioning Services
  • Provisioning Services Administration
  • Installation Planning
  • Network Boot Services
  • Boot Process
  • DHCP Deployment Options & Configuration
  • Provisioning Services Farm Design
  • Service Account Permissions
  • Sites
  • Stores
  • Write Caches
  • Storage Requirements
  • Sample vDisk Storage Requirements
  • Installation of Provisioning Services
  • Provisioning Services Configuration
  • Configure a Provisioning Services Farm
  • Store Configuration
     

Creating a Shared vDisk

 

  • Modes of vDisk Image
  • Types of Write-Cache
  • Cache on Server Disk
  • Cache on Server Disk: Local Storage
  • Cache on Server Disk: Shared Storage
  • Cache on Device's Hard Drive
  • Cache on Device's Hard Drive: Local Storage
  • Cache on Device's Hard Drive: Shared Storage
  • Target Device-Based RAM Cache
  • Target Device RAM
  • To Create a vDisk
  • Imaging Wizard
  • Creation of vDisk File
  • VHD Format
  • vDisk Mounting
  • Formatting a vDisk
  • Master Target Device
  • Boot Order
  • Master Target Device Software
  • Create a Windows Master Target Device using the Imaging Wizard
  • XenConvert Overview
  • Image Windows Target Devices with XenConvert

 

Administering Provisioning Services Components

 

  • Provisioning Services Hosts in the Console
  • Target Device Connections
  • Provisioning Services Host Properties
  • Target Device Management
  • Active Directory Integration
  • Domain Password Management Process
  • Automatic Password Renegotiation
  • To Integrate Active Directory
  • Test Your Knowledge: Active Directory Login Issue
  • vDisk Management
  • vDisk Properties
  • Create a vDisk File
  • Unassign vDisks from Target Devices
  • Delete a vDisk
  • vDisk Locks
  • vDisk Backup
  • Streamed Desktop Catalogs
  • Create a Streamed Desktop Catalog
  • vDisk Updates
  • Automatic Update
  • Incremental Update
  • Auto update Tool
  • Incremental Update Rollback
  • Scheduled vDisk Updates
  • vDisk Update Strategies
     

Delivering Local VM Desktops

 

  • Local VM Desktops with XenClient
  • XenClient Architecture
  • Installation of XenClient
  • XenClient Configuration
  • Receiver for XenClient
  • Creation of Virtual Machine
  • Installation of XenClient Tools
  • Installation and Configuration of Synchronizer
  • Image Management
  • Upload a Virtual Machine to the Synchronizer
  • Assign Desktops to End Users
  • User Management
  • Create a Local User or Group
  • Link an Existing AD User or Group
  • Device Management
  • XenClient User Experience
  • Secure Application Sharing
     

XenApp

  • Introduction to XenAPP
  • Why XenAPP & its Importance
  • XenApp 6.0 & 6.5 edition
  • XenApp 6.5 Features
  • XenAPP Architecture
  • XenApp Components & Functionality
     

Licensing of XenApp

 

  • Licensing communication
  • License communication process
  • License Types
  • Citrix Licensing server
  • License Administration Console
  • Port Configuration
  • Delegated Administrators
  • Installing and configuration Licensing server
  • License server Considerations
  • License file Management
  • High Availability Considerations
     

Installing XenAPP

 

  • XenApp Server Role Manager
  • Unattended Installation and Configuration
  • Hardware Requirements
  • Software Requirements
  • Installation Decisions
  • XenApp Configuration options
  • Web Interface Installation Decisions

 

Configuring XenAPP Administration

 

  • Worker Groups
  • Publishing Applications to worker Groups
  • Prioritizing Worker Groups
  • Filtering policies to Worker Group
  • Administrator Privilege Levels
  • Creating Administrator Account
  • Configuring Administrator Permissions
  • Configuring folder permission & deleting Administration
  • Configuration Logging
  • Creating the configuration of Logging Database
  • Configuration Logging Database settings
  • Enabling Configuration Logging

 

Installing and configuring web interface

 

  • Web interface Communications
  • Web interface installation
  • Site Creation
  • Web interface site modification
  • Site Appearance
  • Workspace Control
  • Citrix plug-ins and Web Interface
  • Authentication Configuration
  • Secure Access Configuration
  • Client side Proxy Setting
  • Server Configuration
  • Web interface site removal
  • Troubleshooting web interface issues

 

Delivering Application and Content

 

  • Publishing Resource
  • VM Hosted Apps
  • Published Resource Configuration
  • Troubleshooting Application Delivery issues

 

Streaming Application

 

  • Application streaming
  • Citrix offline plug-in
  • Citrix streaming Profiler
  • Application delivery Methods
  • The Web Delivery Method
  • Streaming to servers
  • Publishing a Streaming Application
  • Configuring sites for Streaming Application
  • Offline Access Management
  • Troubleshooting Streaming issues

 

Configuring Policies

 

  • Group Policy Integration
  • Policy Evaluation
  • Policy Rules
  • Policy Filtering
  • Policy Modeling and Troubleshooting

 

Configuring Load Management

 

  • Load Manager
  • Load Balancing
  • Load Calculation
  • Load Evaluation Configuration
  • Load Balancing Policies
  • Preferential Load Balancing
  • Troubleshooting the Load Management issues

 

Optimizing the User Experience

 

  • Optimizing the session Performance
  • HDX Boardcast session Reliability
  • HDX Real Time
  • HDX Plug-n-Play
  • HDX MediaStream Multimedia Acceleration
  • HDX Media for flash
  • Speed screen Latency Reduction
  • HDX 3D image Acceleration
  • HDX 3D Progressive Display

 

Configuring Self Service Applications

 

  • Citrix Receiver
  • Citrix Plug-ins

 

Configuring Printers

 

  • Printing concepts
  • Default Printing behaviour
  • Printing Provisioning
  • Printing PathWays
  • Printer Drivers
  • Citrix Universal Printing
  • Administrator Assigned Network Printers
  • Printer Preferences
  • Printer Bandwidth

 

Monitoring

 

  • Health monitoring and Recovery
  • EdgeSight Monitoring
  • License Usage Monitoring
  • WorkFlow Studio
  • Accessing the Server Farm Using Power Shell
  • Administering the Server Farm Using Power Shell

 

 

 

myitgyan microsoft

Microsoft Hyper-V Implementation and Administration

Planning for Virtualization

  • Overview of Microsoft Virtualization
  • Assessment of Virtualization Candidates
  • Planning for Virtualization

Assessing the Environment for Virtualization

  • Describe virtualization.
  • Describe the options available for server virtualization.
  • Describe requirements for Hyper-V sever role.
  • Design solutions using Hyper-V disks and storage.
  • Design solutions using high availability for Hyper-V.

Implementing Server Virtualization with Hyper-V

  • Implementing Hyper-V
  • Managing Virtual Machine Storage
  • Managing Virtual Networks

Installing and Configuring the Hyper-V Server Role

  • Describe the Hyper-V integration services.
  • Install Hyper-V Server Role.
  • Manage virtual machine storage.
  • Manage virtual networks.
  • Describe Hyper-V Extensible Switch.
  • Describe Data Center Bridging (DCB).
  • Describe Resource Metering in Hyper-V.

Creating and Configuring Virtual Hard Disks and Virtual Machines

  • Creating and Configuring Virtual Hard Disks
  • Creating and Configuring Virtual Machines
  • Managing Virtual Machine Snapshots
  • Virtual Machine Import

 Creating Virtual Hard Disks and Virtual Machines

  • Describe storage options for virtual machines.
  • Describe the new vhdx format.
  • Attach physical disks to a virtual machine.
  • Describe pass-through disks.
  • Create a new virtual hard disk using the new Virtual Hard Disk Wizard.
  • Describe considerations for creating new virtual machines.
  • Create a new virtual machine.
  • Configure virtual machine settings.
  • Creating and managing virtual machine snapshots.
  • Describe Virtual Fibre Channel HBAs.
  • Describe Multipath I/O (MPIO) functionality for Fibre Channel storage
  • Describe the new Virtual Machine import features in Windows Server 2012
  • Describe the P2V process
  • Import Virtual machines without exports
  • Plan for importing Virtual Machine from Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Describe the virtual machine compatibility report
  • Describe the PowerShell commands for importing Virtual Machines 

 Configure Networking in Hyper-V

  • Advanced features of Virtual Network Adapters
  • Hyper-V Network Virtualization
  • Hyper-V Extensible Switch

 Configuring Network Settings

  • Describe Hyper-V Extensible Switch.
  • Describe Hyper-V Network Virtualization.
  • Implement NIC Teaming.
  • Describe VLAN Tagging.
  • Understand MAC and ARP spoofing protections.
  • Describe SR-IOV networking
  • Implement Network QoS
  • Implement Network metering
  • Describe Network monitor modes
  • Describe IPsec task offload
  • Describe VM Trunk Mode

 Scale-up Virtual Machines

  • Overview of Scale-up options in Windows Server 2012
  • Non-uniform memory access (NUMA)
  • Hyper-v Scale Comparison

 Configuring NUMA

  • Describe the scale-up options in Windows Server 2012
  • Describe Scaling in Hyper-V
  • Plan for NUMA
  • Plan for Hyper-V Scaling
  • Describe how SQL Server supports NUMA
  • Describe Dynamic Memory. Startup memory, and minimum memory
  • Describe Hyper-V smart paging

 Hyper-V Replica and Disaster Recovery

  • Overview of Hyper-V Replica
  • Configuring Hyper-V Replica
  • Hyper-V Replica Failover Operations
  • Hyper-V Backup

 Configuring Hyper-V Replica and Backups

  • Describe Hyper-V Replica.
  • Describe Hyper-V Replica Security.
  • Describe Hyper-V clustering enhancements.
  • Design High-Availability Hyper-V Solutions.
  • Understand unplanned failover.
  • Understand planned failovers.
  • Design backup solutions for Hyper-V hosts.
  • Design backup solutions for virtual machines.
  • Restore Hyper-V hosts from backup.
  • Restore virtual machines from backup.

 Hyper-V Migration

  • Live Migration Overview
  • Storage Migration Overview
  • Live Migration Security
  • Live Migration using SMB

 Implementing Migration in Hyper-V

 

  • Describe Storage Migration
  • Design Storage Migration
  • Describe the PowerShell commands for importing Virtual Machines
  • Configure live migration without shared storage
  • Describe Guest Fibre Channel
  • Describe secure offloaded data transfer
  • Implement Live Migration
  • Describe mobility and protection technologies
  • Describe "shared nothing" migration
  • Describe Live Migration without Infrastructure
  • Describe Live Migration using SMB
  • Describe Live Migration between clusters
  • Describe Live Migration Security

 

 

myitgyan solusvm

SolusVM Implementation and Administration

 Creating required environment

  • Understanding SolusVM Requirements
  • Setting up the network
  • Setting up the Servers
  • Storage Requirement

 Installing Nodes

  • Installing the Operating System with required partitions
  • Installing SolusVM-KVM
  • Installing SolusVM-Xen
  • Installing SolusVM-OpenVZ
  • Installing SolusVM-Control Panel / Master Server
     

 Configuring  KVM Nodes

  • KVM Bridge Setup
  • KVM Private Internal Network Setup
  • KVM Migrations
  • Creating a Copy of the Virtual Server.
  • Transfer to the Destination Node.
  • Restoring the Virtual Server.
  • Updating SolusMV Master and Starting the Virtual Server.
  • Cleanup.
  • Tips.
  • KVM Templates - Generation 2 / Generation 1
  • KVM Guest Drivers
  • Creating Templates

 Configuring Xen Nodes

  • Xen Host Node Memory Cap
  • SolusVM Xen Templates
  • Xen HVM Templates - Creating a Template, Debugging
  • Xen Migrations
    • Creating a Copy of the Virtual Server
    • Transfer to the Destination Node
    • Restoring the Virtual Server
    • Updating SolusMV Master and Starting the Virtual Server
    • Cleanup
    • Tips
  • Xen HDD Resizing
  • Xen XL Setup
  • CentOS6 Xen4CentOS Upgrades
  • SolusVM/OnApp Xen 4 Repo
  • Xen 3.4.x RPM Releases
  • Xen - RHEL 7 HV Setup

 Configuring OpenVZ Nodes

  • Adding OpenVZ Nodes
  • Setting up vSwap
  • Downloading OpenVZ Templates
  • Understanding Limitations of OpenVZ

 

 Working with Virtual Machines and Containers

  • Create/Suspend/Unsuspend/Terminate VM
  • Create User Account with privileges
  • Creating resource plans
  • Creating Node Groups
  • Creating Email templates
  • Boot/Reboot/Shutdown VM
  • Toggle TUN/TAP And PAE
  • Rebuild VM
  • Change Password: Root, Client, SSH Console, VNC Console
  • Mount/Unmount ISO
  • Change Boot Order
  • View Server Status
  • View Graphs: Traffic, Load, Memory
  • Configure Client Area Features Per Product
  • Define OS Templates Available For Rebuild
  • Configure Friendly Names For OS Templates And Nodes

 SolusVM Log Management

  • System Messages
  • Client Log
  • Client Activity
  • Admin Log
  • Authentication Log
  • API Log
  • Callback Log
  • System Email Log
  • Key Authentication Log

 SolusVM Tools

  • Updating SolusVM
  • Database
  • Email
  • Sessions
  • Bandwidth Usage Report

 SolusVM Configuration

  • Settings
  • Node Groups
  • Licensing
  • Email Templates
  • Administrators
  • API Access
  • FTP Servers
  • DNS Servers
  • PowerDNS
  • System Backup
  • Backup Servers
  • SMS Gateway
  • Administrator ACL
  • AdminCP Whitelist
  • Media Groups
  • Keymaps

 Media

  • List Templates
  • Add OpenVZ Templates
  • Add XEN PV Templates
  • Add Xen HVM Templates
  • Add KVM Templates
  • Upload Template
  • Media Sync
  • List ISO
  • Add ISO
  • ISO Sync
  • Media Groups

 Managing IP Addresses

  • Add Ipv4/Ipv6 IP Pool
  • List Assigned IP Addresses
  • Reserve Ip addresses

 

 

myitgyan vmware

VMware vSphere – Installing and Configuring

 

 

 

 VMware Course Contents

 

  • Components of Virtual Data Center Infrastructure
  • Install, Configure and Manage vSphere
  • vCenter Server, vSphere Client, Web Client
  • Configure and Manage Virtual Networking
  • Configure and Manage Storage
  • Create and Manage Virtual Machines
  • Configure and Manage VMware Clusters
  • Install, Configure and Manage Update Manager
  • Backup of VM's using VDP
  • vSphere Replication
  • Host Profiles
  • Storage DRS
  • Troubleshooting vSphere using CLI
 Introduction to VMware Server Virtualization

  Understanding component of VMware vSphere

  Introduction to VMware ESX/ESXi Server

 

 Understanding Datacenter Infrastructure

 

  Understanding Datacenter Environment

  Virtualization in present and future Datacenters

  Understanding the Role of VMware Administrator

 Installation of ESXi Server
  • Planning ESX/ESXi Server
  • Understanding requirements
  • Understanding vSphere client
  • Configuring ESXi
 Virtual Machine Concepts
  • Understanding virtual machines
  • Understanding Diff VM files
  • Virtual Machine Hardware
 Virtual Machine Creation & Management
  • Create a Virtual Machine
  • Deploying guest operating system into VM
  • Understanding VMware tools
  • Deploying VMware tools
  • Cloning ofVM's
  • Creating Templates
  • Deploying VM's from templates
  • Modifying Virtual Machine Settings
  • Creating an RDM
  • Virtual Machine Snapshots
  • Creating a vApp
  • Removing a Virtual Machine
  • Deploying Virtual Appliance
  • Deploying OVF Templates
  • Confguring VM's to auto start & auto shutdown
 Configuring and Managing Storage
  • Storage Concepts
  • Storage Overview
  • DAS, FC SAN, iSCSI, FCoE, NAS
  • Types of Datastore, VMFS, NFS
 Configuring Storage
  • Configuring ISCSI Storage
  • Configuring NAS/NSF Storage
  • FC SAN Storage,FCoE
  • Multipathing With iSCSI, NAS, FC SAN
 VMFS Datastores
  • Creating a VMFS datastore
  • Increase the Size of VMFS datastore
  • Deleting/Unmounting a VMFS datastore
 VSAN
  • VMware vSphere Storage VSAN
  • VSAN Benefits, Features, Architecture
 Configuring and Managing Virtual Networks
  • vNetwork Standard Switches
  • Understanding vSwitch & port group
  • Configuring virtual Switch & port groups
  • Understanding VM kernal Adaptor
 Configuring Standard Virtual Switch Policies
  • Understanding Security policies
  • Configuring Traffic shaped policies
  • NIC Teaming policy
 Install & configure vCenter Server
  • Understanding Architecture of vCentral Server
  • ESXi and vCenter Communication
  • vCenter Server Components
  • vCenter Single Sign On
  • Installing vCenter Server
  • Configure and manage vCenter Server Appliance
  • Managing vCenter Server Inventory
  • Navigating vSphere Client
  • Adding ESXi Hosts to vCenter Server
  • vCenter Server Licene, Views, Events, System logs
 VM Migration
  • Understanding types of migration
  • Importance of VMware vSphere vMotion
  • vMotion Requirements
  • Perform vMotion migration
  • Perform Storage vMotion migration
  • Perform Enhanced vMotion migration
 VMware Clusters High Availability
  • vSphere High Availability
  • Configuring vSphere HA
  • vSphere HA architecture
  • Adding ESxi Host to a Cluster
  • Test vSphere HA Functionality
 Fault Tolerance
  • Understanding Fault Tolerance
  • Configuring Fault Tolerance
  • Testing Fault Tolerance
 Host Scalability (DRS Cluster)
  • Understanding VMware vSphere DRS Cluster
  • Benefits of Enhanced vMotion Compatability(EVC)
  • DRS Cluster Settings
  • Adding a Host to DRS Cluster
  • Test DRS Cluster functionality
 Patch Management
  • Describe VMware vSphere Update Manager
  • Installing update manager
  • Configuring update manager
  • Remediate ESXi Hosts
 Data Protection
  • Traditional Backup and Virtual Infrastructure Backup
  • vSphere Data Protection Components, Architecture
  • Deploying and Configuring VDP
  • Virtual Machine Backup and Restore
 Veeam Backup
  • Install Configure Veeam
  • Backup / Restore VM's
 Access and Authentication Control
  • Configuring ESXi Host Access and Authentication
  • ESXi Firewall, Enabling & Disabling Lockdown Mode
  • Integrating ESXi with AD
  • Configuring Roles and Permissions
  • Create a custom role in vCenter server
  • Assign permissions on vCenter
  • Verify permission
 Resource Management and Monitoring
  • Virtual CPU and memory concepts
  • VM Memory Over commitment
  • Virtual SMP, CPU Load balancing
  • CPU, Memory and Disk resources
  • Establish Shares, Limits and Reservations
  • Understanding Resource Pools
  • Configuring Resource Pools
  • VM Resource usage
  • Resource Monitoring Tools
  • vCenter Performance Charts
  • Interpreting Data from the Tools
 Scheduled Tasks, Events & Alarms
  • Understand Task, Events & Alarms
  • Configuring SMTP
  • Configuring Alarms
 vSphere Web Client
  • Understanding Web Client
  • Administering vSphere using webclient
 VMware vShield Endpoint
  • Understanding vShield Endpoint
  • Deploying security virtual appliance
  • Securing VM's using vShield from Virus & Malwares
 Advanced Topics:Distributed Switch
  • Understanding Distributed Switch Architecture
  • Configuring Distributed Switch
  • Understanding VLAN Trunks
  • Configure private VLAN Trunks & Private VLAN'S
 VMware vCenter Standalone Converter
  • Converting physical to virtual machine (p2v)
  • Converting virtual to virtual (v2v)
 Up-gradation of Server
  • Requirements for migration
  • Up gradation to ESXi 5.x from ESxi 4.x
 Managing vSphere Using command line interface
  • Tools vCLI, vMA, SSH Client
  • Managing ESXi
  • Managing VM's
 Understanding ESXi Server Architecture
  • Understanding ESXi operating system
  • Understanding Virtualization kernel\
 Troubleshooting Virtual Interface
  • Various RealTime Troubleshooting Scenarios
  • Troubleshooting VM's
  • Troubleshooting ESXi Hosts, Networking, Storage

 

 

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Amazon Web Services (AWS)

 

 

 

 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) (Complete)
  • Different instance types
  • AMI's
  • Volumes
  • Snapshots
  • EIP's
  • Key pairs
  • Security groups
  • Network Interfaces
  • Load balancers
  • Auto scaling
  • Tags
 Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3
  • What is s3?
  • Buckets & objects
  • Pre-signed URL
  • Permissions
  • Distributions
  • Relation between Cloud front, S3 & glacier
 VPC

·  VPC basics

·  Public subnets & private subnets

·  Network ACL's

·  Difference between Network ACL & Security groups

·  Route tables

·  Internet gateways

·  DHCP option sets

·  Launch Servers with VPC

 

 IAM
  • Basics of AWS permissions.
  • Roles
  • Profiles
  • Policies
  • MFA authentication.
  • User permissions
  • Groups based
  • AWS key & Secret Key
 Dynamo DB
  • What is no sql technologies
  • Dynamo DB capacity
  • Create tables & do a sample projects
 Route 53
  • Hosted zone
  • Types(Cname, Ip address, MX)
  • Change references to meet Cname
 SES
  • Email services
  • SMTP Servers
 SQS
  • Queue creations
  • Retention periods
  • Dead letters
 SNS
  • Topic
  • Subscriptions
  • Notification & Applications
 Cloud Watch
  • Different Metrics
  • Monitoring
  • Custom metrics
 Cloud Formation
  • Cloud formation templates
  • Complete resources & explanation with sample templates
 Cloud Front

 

 Code deploy
  • Why Code deploy
  • How to apply patch with Code Deploy
 Workspaces

 

 Glacier

 

 Cloud Trail

 

 Amazon Web Services (AWS) Config

 

 

 

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RED HAT OPENSTACK ADMINISTRATION

 

Outline for this course

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform architecture
  • Understand Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform features and terminology.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform installation
  • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform using packstack.
  • Create an instance with the Horizon web front-end.
  • Qpid message broker
  • Install and configure the Qpid message broker service.
  • Secure Qpid using authentication and encryption.
  • Keystone identity service
  • Install, configure, and use the Keystone authentication services.
  • Swift object storage service
  • Install, configure, and use the Swift object storage service.
  • Glance image service
  • Install and use the Glance image service.
  • Cinder block storage service
  • Install the Cinder block storage service.
  • Manage Cinder volumes.
  • Networking service
  • Install, configure, and manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform networking service.
  • Nova compute and controller services
  • Install Nova compute and controller services.
  • Deploy an instance from the command line.
  • Implement an additional compute node
  • Learn to add and remove additional Nova compute nodes.
  • Heat orchestration service
  • Install the Heat orchestration service.
  • Launch a stack using preconfigured templates.
  • Ceilometer metering service
  • Install and manage the ceilometer metering service.
  • The future of the OpenStack development community
  • Learn about the future of OpenStack.
  • Comprehensive review
  • Review the installation and management of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform.

 

Key Features
3 case studies
20 hours of high quality eLearning content
106 real world examples from various industries
2 Glossaries for difficult terms & acronyms
Achievements in work
Education with new technologies