What is a Private Cloud?
- Private Cloud Overview
- Software Defined Networking
- Chargeback - Showback
- Cloud Key Concepts
- Windows Azure Pack
Private Cloud Components
- Private Cloud Components
- Hyper-V in Windows Server
- System Center
- System Center Virtual Machine Manager
- Install VMM
- VMM Library
Private Cloud: Storage
- Storage Options
- Windows Server Storage Features
- Hyper-V Virtual Hard Disks
- VMM Storage Fabric
Private Cloud: Network
- Virtual Switches
- Hyper-V Networking Features
- Network Virtualization
- Windows Server Gateway
- VMM Network Fabric
Private Cloud: Compute
- Hyper-V VMs
- Manage VMs with SCVMM
Configure a Private Cloud
- Create and Manage a Cloud
- Working with User Roles in VMM
- Hardware - Guest OS - Application Profiles
- VM Templates
- Services and Service Templates
- App Controller
Private Cloud Disaster Recovery
- High Availability Overview
- High Availability with Failover Clustering
- Virtual Machine Movement
- Disaster Recovery with Hyper-V Replica
- Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager
Server virtualization is a great technology to reduce the cost of your datacenter by consolidating virtual servers on fewer physical machines.
As a result, less hardware is required and organizations can save a lot on power and cooling costs.
However, from a management perspective, most IT Pros do not feel that they can reduce their daily tasks related to OS and application management.
Whether physical or virtual, they still have a lot of servers to manage.
In fact, administrators have even more systems to maintain than ever before since every server or application needs its own VM.
Well, building a Private Cloud is the solution!
Private Cloud is not a product, but an approach to design, implement and manage your data center. You reduce complexity, increase standardization and automation and provide flexibility.
You can easily scale your data center up, down, in or out to support evolving business requirements.
With a Private Cloud you implement the same principles as large public cloud providers in your private data center.
Yes, you can build your very own cloud!
In this course, you will learn how to build your own private cloud by leveraging the following technologies: Windows Server, Hyper-V, System Center and Azure IaaS.
- It Professionals in charge of managing and maintaining the data center for their organization.
- It Professionals who are responsible for the provisioning and creation of multiple virtual machines.
- Administrators interested in the setup and configuration of a private cloud infrastructure.