RH318 Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 2017-09-04T15:41:33+00:00

RH318: Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

Overview
The Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization course (RH318) is extensive hands-on training course which explores the virtualization features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Upon completion, partcipant can effectively create, deploy, manage, and migrate Linux and Microsoft Windows virtual machines hosted on RHEL Servers using RedHat Enterprise Virtualization Manager.

Pre-Requisites 
RH133 / RH134 or equivalent experience with Linux System Administration experience on Microsoft Windows operating systems beneficial, but is not mandatory for the course.

Target Audience
System administrators interested to fulfill Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator (RHCVA) certification. Linux system administrators who manage enterprise servers, interested to learn Virtualization Technology in Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization.

Duration: 4 days (Full-time)

Training Fee: Rs.15,000/- (Plus GST)

15,000.00 Add to cart



Course Outline

Introduction to Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Platform
– Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
– Introduction to KVM
– VirtIO drivers
– libvirt
– Virtual machine management with virsh

Advanced RHEL Virtualization
– Managing virtual machines with RHN
– Defining VMs with libvirt XML
– Custom KVM network configuration
– Virtual Machine Migration
– Shared Storage
– iSCSI Internet SCSI
– Acessing disk images from the host OS Unit

RedHat Enterprise Virtualization
– RHEV for Servers architecture overview
– RedHat Enterprise Virtualization Manager overview
– RedHat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor overview
– Preparing a Windows Server for RHEVM installation

RHEV Manager
– Installing RHEV Manager
– The RHEV-M database
– Accessing the RHEV-M Admin Portal

RHEV Hypervisor
– Installing of RHEVH
– The RHEVH deployment modes
– Installing RHEVH
– Automated RHEVH installation
– RHEVH reconfiguration
– Upgrading RHCVH
– Troubleshooting RHEVH

RHEV Data Center
– Data Center overview
– Host
– Storage Domains
– Clusters
– System Scheduler
– Logical networks
– Virtual machines
– Creating a New Data Center
– Creating a New Cluster
– Configuring storage

RHEV for Servers
– Creating virtual servers
– Installing virtual servers
– Paravirtualized drivers for Windows
– PXE Installation and RHN/Cobbler
– Virtual Machine Migration
– High Availability for Guests
– RHN Entitlements and RHEV VMs

RHEV for Desktops
– RHEV for Desktops architecture
– SPICE
– Creating virtual Desktops
– Installing Windows network VirtIO drivers

Snapshots and Templates
– Image formats
– Image management
– Creating VM snapshots
– Creating templates
– Sealing a Windows template with Sysprep

Desktop Pools, Users and Portal
– Creating and managing Desktop Pools
– Managing users
– Accessing the User Portal
– Accessing Virtual Desktops

Advanced RHEV
– Using Export Storage domains
– Converting Virtual Machines with virt-v2v
– Importing converted Virtual Machines
– Using the Search Bar
– Using Tags
– Using the Monitoring Tools
– Using Log Collector

RHEV-Managed RHEL Hosts
– Managed Red Hat Enterprise Linux hosts
– RHEV software for RHEL nodes
– Registering a RHEL node with RHEV
– Troubleshooting registration
– Performance tuning for RHEV

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