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PlateSpin Migrate 11: The Premier Tool for Workload Management (Advanced Technical Training) [Course 8257]

Course Overview

The objective of this course is to teach students about the benefits of workload management and how to use PlateSpin Migrate 9.2 to perform physical and virtual machine migrations. The course discusses workload relocation solutions and addresses some common scenarios.

  • Learn about Workload Relocation Solutions

  • Understand how PlateSpin Migrate works

  • Understand how the PlateSpin Migrate Client works

  • Learn how to perform migration jobs

  • Learn about using PlateSpin Flexible Images

  • Learn about some common migration scenarios

Training Level: 2 - Intermediate

Duration: 1 Days

Key Objectives

The key objectives in this course are to learn what PlateSpin Migrate can do for in helping you migrate workloads in your data center environment. You will learn about why you might want to be able to do these migrations and how they are done. You will do labs that teach you how to migrate a VM workload to another VM. You will also learn how to use a workload to create a golden image and then provision new servers with that image.

Audience Summary

This course is designed for anyone interested in understanding how to manage the workloads in their data center. This includes partners, NetIQ and customer consultants and IT staff, as well as sales staff who want to understand what PlateSpin Migrate 9.2. can do in order to prepare proposals.

Course Prerequisites

For this course, there are no course prerequisites other than a general understanding of server management.

Course Outline

Course Outline:

This course is taught in the following sections:

  • Section 1 – Workload Relocation Solutions

  • Section 2 – PlateSpin Migrate Overview

  • Section 3 – PlateSpin Migrate Client

  • Section 4 – Discovery

    • Lab 1: Server Discovery

  • Section 5 – Job Configuration

    • Lab 2: Workload Migration Configuration

  • Section 6 – Job Execution

    • Lab 3: Migration Job Execution

  • Section 7 – Flexible Images

    • Lab 4: Flexible Images and Provisioning

  • Section 8 – Common Scenarios

 

 
 

 

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