Aim of the subject
To enable students to plan, design and implement virtualization solution considering the needs of their client. Listen
Knowledge and skills
Students will learn about two major virtualization technologies on the market. They will learn differences between them and know what are comparative benefits of each. Also, they will learn how to select best solution for given problem based on efficiency and cost effectives. Also, students will learn how to optimize current infrastructure by using virtualization. Listen
Virtualization in general, implementing and managing Microsoft Hyper-V, Hyper-V settings and network options, remote administration, creating virtual disks and virtual machines, virtual machine settings, snapshots and high availability, migrating to Hyper-V, introduction to SCVMM, managing checkpoints and template storage, PowerShell and backup and restore procedures, Hyper-V cloud, introduction to VMware virtualization, ESX server, vCenter Server, managing resources, VMware cloud.
Students will learn how virtualization technologies work and its main functions. They will learn how to create and modify virtual machines, their resources, network cards and virtual disks. They will also learn how to manage virtual environment by using System Center Virtual machine manager and vCenter Server applications.
Lectures are delivered through computer presentations over LCD projector and additional clarification of complex terms and definitions on the blackboard or flipchart.
Exercises are performed on the computer using ready-made environment with a few virtual computers that simulate a real-world situation.
Laboratory exercises, written tests