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Hyper-V Virtualization TrainSignal Training for Windows Server 2008 R2 English | 496 x 368 | AVI DIVX 887 Kbps | MP3 112Kbps | 2.9 GB Genre: eLearning If you want to develop hands-on experience with Hyper-V and potentially revolutionize how you think about system administration, then this course is for you! In this course you will discover the tools and techniques that allow you to quickly provision new servers, create test environments, configure virtualized physical servers, and much more. Plus, this course covers the new features of Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 R2. Hyper-V virtualization is a huge leap forward in Windows Server technology, and learning to properly utilize Hyper-V will help you stay competitive in the emerging virtualization market. Hyper-V Training - Course Outline Lesson 1 - Welcome to Hyper-V Of course we have to have an introduction video to let you know what’s in the course, what you can expect, and a little about your instructor. * About Your Instructor * What’s Covered in this Course * Hardware used in the course (so you can play along at home) Lesson 2 - Requirements and Installation In this video I provide some virtualization theory and hardware requirements to prepare you for the rest of the course. Then, I turn right around and show you how to get the Hyper-V Server Role installed. * Virtualization 101 * When Virtualization is a Good Idea * What Hyper-V Is * Hyper-V’s Many Flavors * Hardware Requirements * VM’s Licensing * Globomantic’s Scenario * Getting Hyper-V Installed Lesson 3 - Creating a Virtual Machine In this video I walk you step-by-step through creating your first virtual machine in Hyper-V. * Integration Services * Creating a New Virtual Machine (VM) * Installing OS on VM * Installing Integration Services * Using VM Toolbar * Processor Stuff * RAM Stuff * Disk Stuff * Adding Processor, RAM, & SCSI Drive to Our VM * Creating a Snapshot Lesson 4 - Virtual Networks Before we set up our Virtual Network, I’m going to show you the secrets you need to know to allow your Virtual Machines to talk to each other. * What Do You Need for a Virtual Network? * The 3 Kinds of Virtual Networks * Nifty Options for Your Internal VN * How Many Networks Can You Have? * Creating a Private Network * Creating a Virtual Machine * Changing Network Connection on VM * Installing Integration Services * Checking Network Connectivity * Can Our Machines Talk to Each Other? * Renaming Our Virtual Machines Lesson 5 - Virtual Disk and Snapshot Management In this video I’ll show you some of the advantages of Virtual Hard Disks including hardware and software flexibility. Plus, I’ll reveal the secret to super-fast deployment! * Types of Virtual Disks * Differencing Disks * Creating VM Using Differencing Disk * Deleting Differencing Disk * What are Snapshots? * Using Snapshots Lesson 6 - Using WDS to Deploy Virtual Machines Since Microsoft has created their own image-based deployment option, Windows Deployment Services, server deployment has become much faster and easier. In this video I will show you how using WDS in conjunction with Hyper-V can make migrating a physical server to a virtual environment a simple task. * WDS in 3 Easy Steps * Creating a WDS VM Machine * Configuring WDS * Creating Capture Image * Utilizing WDS to Install Server 2008 * Capturing OS * Re-configuring Our Old Web Server * Moving Image to Hyper-V Server * Adding an Image to Installation Folder * Reconstituting Web Server as Hyper-V Machine * Finishing Up New Web Server Configuration Lesson 7 - Making Virtual Machines Portable Being able to export and import your virtual machines allows you to move, back-up, and restore your VM’s in a snap. * Why This is a Good Idea? * Exporting VM * Importing VM Lesson 8 - Providing Access to Hyper-V In this video I’ll show you how to share the wealth with users who need access to Hyper-V management tools. * Hyper-V Access From Vista * Remote Access for Hyper-V * Using HVRemote * Changes Made by HVRemote Script * Firewall Settings * Checking Our Web Developer Account Access * Restricting Access with HVRemote * Additional Thoughts on Hyper-V Security Lesson 9 - Building a Complete AD Test Environment in Hyper-V Using Hyper-V to create a testing environment is a great way to create a disposable and easy-to-restore set of machines to play with during the testing and development of new software applications. In this video we’ll take everything you you’ve learned thus far and put it all to use. * Deploying Virtual Domain Controller * Deploying Virtual File Server * Setting Up Domain Controller and File Server * Changing Administrative Logon Credentials * Joining File Server to the New Domain * Installing DHCP * Joining DWS Server to V-Globomantics Network * Creating Virtual Web Server * Creating a Virtual Client Machine * Completing Web Server and Vista Installations * Testing and Troubleshooting the Connectivity * Creating WebDeveloper Account Lesson 10 - Server 2008 R2 Upgrade In this video I’ll show the new features of Hyper-V in Server 2008 R2. Plus, I’ll show you how to upgrade your existing machine to R2! * Server 2008 R2 Enhancements * Upgrading Server 2008 to R2 Lesson 11 - New Features for Hyper-V in Server 2008 R2 Adding storage in a physical environment can be less then fun. One of the great features of Server 2008 R2 is the ability to add and remove Virtual Hard Disks on a virtual SCSI controller. I will show you some other new ""fun features"" that the boys and girls over at Microsoft have come up with to make your experience with Hyper-V even easier! * Dynamic Storage - Easy Swapping of VHD’s on SCSI * Migration Options * Core Parking Lesson 12 - Failover Clustering and Live Migration for Hyper-V in R2 In this video I’ll give you the low-down on Failover Clustering with Hyper-V. Then, we’ll do a ""science experiment"" to create a Failover Cluster that will allow you to have a highly available virtual machine. * Primer on Failover Clustering * Science Time - Building Failover Cluster * Setting Up for Hyper-V Clustering * Attaching iSCSI Storage * Validating Configuration * Creating a Cluster * Configuring Cluster Quorum Settings * Creating Highly Available Virtual Machine * Live and Quick Migration Lesson 13 - Running SQL Server 2008 in Hyper-V * Why Would You Want to Do SQL VM * Multiple Instances vs. Virtualization * Hardware Requirements * Our Plan * Creating a New Virtual Machine * Creating New External Virtual Network * Installing SQL Server * Opening Management Studio Download Filejungle - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part1.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part2.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part3.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part4.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part5.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part6.rar Download Uploading Download Filesonic - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part1.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part2.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part3.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part4.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part5.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part6.rar Download Fileserve - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part1.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part2.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part3.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part4.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part5.rar - Microsoft Hyper-V Training.part6.rar Download Filepost

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