Server virtualization is the masking of server resources (CPU, Memory, Storage and Networks). The server administrator uses a software application (called Hypervisor) to divide one physical server into multiple isolated virtual environments. The virtual environments are also known as guests, instances, containers, Child partitions or emulations.
As there are many choices for the different vendors of Hypervisor, so deciding the right Hypervisor technology for your infrastructure is a tough decision. Major virtualization vendors have their pros and cons, so consider the features of these bare-metal virtualization hypervisors before you make your decision.
So this course is design to create an ease in your decision by comparing of top 4 Hypervisor vendors with demonstration of their top features.
This 5-days (6 hours per day), instructor-led course will focuses on all the top features that you must need to know before choosing the right hypervisor.
? What is Virtualization ? Virtualization Terminologies
? Server Virtualization Types
? Major Companies in Virtualization
? Features in Virtualization
? Storage Understanding in Virtualization
? Network Understanding in Virtualization
? Processor Understanding in Virtualization
? Memory Understanding in Virtualization
Day-2 VMware ESXI
? ESXi (Installation & Configuration)
? vCenter (Managing ESXi)
? ESXi client &Web Client
? Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)
? High Availability (HA)
Day-3 Microsoft Hyper-V
? Hyper-V (Role installation and configuration)
? Storage and Network Terminologies
? Live Migration/Quick Migration, Storage Migration/Share nothing Migration
? SCVMM (Managing Hyper-V Servers)
? Failover Cluster for VMs (High Availability and CSV)
? Hyper-V Replica
Day-4 RedHat KVM
? Installing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager/oVirt
? Creating datacenters, clusters, pools, and templates
? Manage Hypervisor Hosts, Storage, Networks, Users
? Import installation media for creating new virtual machine
? Understanding of KVM, Qemu, libvir and VDSM
? Performing essential management tasks such as logging