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Citrix XenServer 6.0 Administration (CXS-203)

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Citrix XenServer 6.0 Administration (CXS-203)

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Course Description

Our new and exciting Citrix XenServer 6 Administration course provides full coverage of the foundation necessary to install, configure, administer and troubleshoot XenServer 6. This new and exciting course also provides the knowledge necessary to configure a Provisioning Services 6 host and the creation and management of vDisks in a XenServer environment.

This new Citrix course provides you the needed training to configure the Distributed Virtual Switch (DVS), as well as Workload Balancing (WLB), the creation and management of Windows virtual machines and the resources pools where they will be located and more.

This course brings together all the features of using Citrix XenDesktop 6. You can trust in us to bring you coverage on everything you need to be successful on exam day.

Some of the skills you will learn in this class are:

  • Install and Implement XenServer
  • Manage and Troubleshoot XenServer
  • Configure High Availability
  • Implement Workload Balancing (WLB)
  • Implement the Distributed Virtual Switch (DVS)
  • Implement Resource Pools
  • Manage vDisks and Target Devices
  • Install and Configure Provisioning Services
  • Manage and Maintain Virtual Machines
  • Configure Storage
  • Create and Manage Networks


Learning Citrix XenServer 6 Administration
Course Curriculum

Module 1

Course Introduction
Citrix XenServer 6.0
Types of Virtualization
XenServer Features
Architectural Components

Module 2

Installing XenServer and XenCenter
XenServer Installation
XenCenter Installation
Connecting and Configuring the Environment
Adding Multiple Servers
Install and Hardware Requirements
Chapter Review

Module 3

Network Connectivity
Virtual Networking
Supported Network Stacks
Physical and Virtual Switches
Naming Conventions
Types of Networks
What is a VLAN?
Networking Components
Chapter Review

Module 4

Data Transfer
Comparing Storage Technologies
Storage Area Network (SAN) 101
Fiber Channel (FC) SAN Components
Understanding iSCSI Storage
Why You Need a SAN
XS Storage Terms and Options
Storage Repository Architecture
Installing a StorageLink Repository
Troubleshooting the Install
Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI)
Creating a NFS Volume Share
Uploading Components to Share
Chapter Review

Module 5

Virtual Machines
What is a Virtual Machine (VM)?
XenServer Tools and Lifecycle Operations
Copying, Importing and Exporting VMs
Virtual Appliances and Assigning Resources
Dynamic Memory Control (DMC)
Creating a VM for Server 2003
XenServer Tools on Server 2003
Installing a Linux Based VM
XenServer Tools on a Linux VM
Creating and Configuring Logical Volumes
Creating a Network File System (NFS) Server
Configuring Windows 7 in a Virtual Environment
Creating Virtual Disks in Windows 7
Creating Windows 7 VM Snapshots
Copying Virtual Machines
Exporting and Importing Virtual Machines
Chapter Review

Module 6

Templates and XenConvert
Virtual Machine Templates
XenConvert Overview
Creating and Configuring with SYSPREP
Create a Template in Server 2008
Unattended Answer File
Using the XenConvert Tool
Chapter Review

Module 7

Resource Pools
Shared Configurations and XenMotion
Member Failure and vApps
Creating and Configuring Resource Pools
Distributed Virtual Switching and WLB
Distributed Virtual Switch Controller (DVSc)
Work Load Balancing (WLB)
Migrating VM to a Resource Pool
Creating vAppliances
Chapter Review

Module 8

High Availability
HA Requirements and VM Restart Priorities
Fencing and Overcommitting
High Availability (HA) Configuration
Resource Statistics Command Line Tools
Backup, Recovery and Monitoring
Chapter Review
Course Review

Instructor Bio

Rafiq Wayani

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