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Microsoft Virtualization Training for VMware Professionals - The Platform

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This course is retired and is replaced by Microsoft Virtualization: VMware Professionals.

Virtualization has become a key component of any modern datacenter, offering such advantages as easier deployment, resource pooling, server consolidation, application compatibility, high-availability, reduced costs and centralized management. The Microsoft Virtualization training for VMware Professionals: Platform course offers a deep-dive into the important technologies that contribute to the core virtualization infrastructure, and is the first track in the three track program covering Microsoft Virtualization. Learn about Microsoft’s virtualization offerings and strategy, datacenter planning, Hyper-V architecture, VM management, virtualized networking and storage, numerous other Hyper-V features, as well as advanced management with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2. Understand high-availability and disaster recovery considerations to keep your VMs up and running using Windows Server Failover Clustering. Explore how Hyper-V is both different and similar to VMware virtualization through technical and terminology comparisons. By the end of this track you will have the tools you need to plan, design and deploy your virtualized datacenter or Private Cloud infrastructure.


Course owner: Dean Of Colleges
Modules
1: Virtualization Overview
7 Points -  Level 100
2: Differentiating Microsoft and VMware
8 Points -  Level 200
3: Hyper-V Deployment Options and Architecture
19 Points -  Level 200
4: High-Availability and Clustering
16 Points -  Level 200
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