XEN Virtualization and High Availability Clustering on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (Advanced Technical Training) [Course 9056]
Looking for an affordable and reliable clustering and virtualization solution?
You already know SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 can be an integral part of your data center. However, it can do much more than being a low-cost server. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 can also provide high available clustering and storage solutions, reliably protecting data and delivering services across your enterprise. In addition, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 can also provided virtualization services-- allowing you to reduce your hardware costs by running virtualized machines when necessary. In this course, you will learn how to implement storage, clustering, and virtualization solutions on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10.
Training Level: 4 - Advanced
Duration: 4 Days
During this course, you will learn how to complete the following tasks:
- Create, resize, and work with Logical Volumes, Volume Groups, and LVM Snapshots
- Set up a highly available cluster on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
- Use Xen to set up and migrate virtual servers and machines
This course is ideal for experienced system administrators and system architects looking to implement virtualization and/or high availability clustering with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10.
You should have intermediate to advanced experience administering SUSE Linux Enterprise Server before attending this class. Having a skill set equivalent to a Novell Certified Linux Professional (Novell CLP) is recommended.
This course covers a broad range of topics, many of which are listed below:
- Understanding storage concepts
- Working with software RAID
- Creating volume groups and logical volumes
- Working with EVMS snapshots
- Understanding clustering
- Managing storage with high availability DRBD
- Managing a high availability cluster with iSCSI
- Configuring an OCFS2 cluster
- Understanding Xen virtualization
- Installing a Xen Virtual machine
- Managing Xen virtual machines
- Using advanced Xen features
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