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Citrix XEN Server 6


Citrix XenServer is an industry and value leading open-source virtualization platform for managing cloud, server and desktop virtual infrastructures. Organizations of any size can download XenServer for free to virtualize demanding workloads and automate management processes – increasing IT flexibility and agility and lowering costs.
  • Basic knowledge virtualization technology
  • Understanding of computing architecture, including network and storage devices, device drivers, and operating systems
  • Basic experience installing and administering Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008
  • Basic experience installing and administering Linux variants
  • Intermediate knowledge of network devices and site architecture, including configuring vLANs
  • Basic knowledge of storage terminology and technologies, including partitions, SANs, LUNs, iSCSI, NFS, and CIFS file shares
  • It is a 20 days program and extends up to 2hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.

  • It is a 5 days program and extends up to 8hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.
    Private Classroom arranged on request and minimum attendies for batch is 4.
course content
  • Introduction to XenServer
    • XenServer Product Line
    • Product Simplification
    • Product Simplification
    • Architectural Changes
    • Virtual Appliances and Broader Vendor Support
    • Microsoft System Center Integration
    • XenDesktop Integration
    • Enhanced Operating System Support
    • Other Enhancements and Improvements
    • XenServer Architecture Overview
    • XenCenter Overview
    • Resource Pools
    • XenServer Storage Overview
    • XenServer Networking Overview
    • Provisioning Services Overview
  • Installing and Configuring XenServer
    • XenServer Installation
    • Virtual Machine Storage
    • Installing Single and Multiple Disk Systems
    • Installing XenServer
    • Pre-Installation Checklist
    • XenServer Installation Process
    • IntelliCache
    • Configuring NTP
    • XenCenter Installation and Management Consoles
    • XenCenter Consoles
    • XenServer Licensing Components
    • License File Management
    • Citrix License Server Virtual Appliance
    • Obtaining License Files
    • License Management Console
    • Managing XenServer Users
    • Key Benefits of Active Directory Integration
    • Configuring Active Directory Integration
    • End-User Authentication Using Active Directory
    • Active Directory Integration
    • External Authentication Process
    • Role-Based Access Control
    • Roles
    • Security Logs
  • XenServer Networking
    • XenServer Networking Overview
    • Network Stacks Supported by XenServer
    • Network Components and Architecture
    • Network Architecture Diagram
    • Network Adapter Drivers
    • Private-Server and External Networks
    • VLAN Support and Components
    • Initial Network Setup
    • NIC Bond
    • NIC Bonding Architecture
    • Load Balancing
    • NIC Bond Configuration for Resource Pools
  • XenServer Storage Repositories
    • Storage Technologies
    • Virtual Disk Image Formats
    • Storage Technology Comparison
    • XenServer Storage Architecture
    • Storage Repository Architecture
    • Multiple Storage Repositories
    • Local Storage Repositories
    • Virtual Disk Size
    • Storage Capability Comparison
    • NFS Storage Overview
    • NFS Architecture
    • NFS Virtual Disks
    • NFS Remote Storage Configuration and Recommendations
    • iSCSI Storage Overview
    • iSCSI Architecture
    • iSCSI Adapters
    • iSCSI Setup Configuration and Recommendations
    • Resizing a Storage Repository
    • Resizing a Storage Repository - iSCSI
    • Resizing a Storage Repository - HBA
    • Fibre Channel SANs Overview
    • Fibre Channel Architecture
    • LUN Device Path
    • Dedicated NIC Bonds for Remote Storage
    • Dedicated Remote Storage Interface Configuration
    • Storage Multipathing
    • Citrix StorageLink Overview
    • Citrix StorageLink Storage Repository
    • StorageLink Supported Array Types
    • Upgrading to StorageLink with XenServer
  • Creating and Managing Virtual Machines
    • Windows Virtual Machine Architecture
    • Virtual Memory and Disk Size Limits for Windows Virtual Machines
    • Virtual Device Support for Windows Virtual Machines
    • Installation from an ISO
    • ISO Libraries
    • To Create a Windows Virtual Machine
    • Linux Distributions
    • Creating Linux Virtual Machines
    • XenServer Tools
    • XenServer Tools for Windows Virtual Machines
    • XenServer Tools for Linux Virtual Machines
    • To Install XenServer Tools
  • Installing and Configuring Provisioning Services
    • Provisioning Services Technology
    • Provisioning Services for XenServer
    • Citrix Provisioning Services Components
    • Citrix Provisioning Services Infrastructure
    • Provisioning Services Administration
    • Administrative Roles
    • Key Services
    • DHCP Deployment Options
    • DHCP Configuration
    • Installation Planning
    • Provisioning Services Farm Design
    • Farms
    • SQL Database Server
    • SQL Database Authentication and Configuration
    • Configuration Wizard User Permissions
    • Service Account Permissions
    • Sites
    • Stores
    • Storage Requirements
    • Sample vDisk Storage Requirements
    • Provisioning Services Installation
    • Provisioning Services Configuration
    • Store Configuration
    • Provisioning Services Hosts in the Console
    • Target Device Connections
    • Server Properties
    • Target Device Collection
    • Target Device Template
    • Target Device Properties
    • Target Device Additions to the Database
    • Auto-Add Wizard
    • Active Directory Integration
    • Domain Password Validation Process
    • Automatic Password Renegotiation
    • To Integrate Active Directory
    • To Reset Computer Accounts for Target Devices
  • Managing vDisks and Target Devices
    • vDisk Image Modes
    • Standard Image Mode
    • Private Image Mode
    • Write Caches
    • Write-Cache Types
    • Cache on Server Disk
    • Cache on Server Disk: Local Storage
    • Cache on Server Disk: Shared Storage
    • Cache on Target Device Hard Drive
    • Cache on Target Device Hard Drive: Local Storage
    • Cache on Target Device Hard Drive: Shared Storage
    • Target Device-based RAM Cache
    • Target Device RAM
    • Cache Persistent on Server
    • Microsoft Licensing for Provisioning Services
    • Master Target Device
    • Preparing a Master Target Device
    • Preparing the Hard Disk of the Master Target Device
    • Configuring the BIOS of a Master Target Device
    • To Configure the BIOS of a Master Target Device
    • Installing Master Target Device Software
    • Imaging a Windows Target Device with XenConvert
    • vDisk File Creation
    • vDisk Lifecycle Operations
    • VHD Formats
    • Create vDisks Automatically Using Imaging Wizard
    • To Create a New vDisk Automatically Using the Imaging Wizard
    • Creating a vDisk Manually
    • vDisk Management
    • Assigning vDisks to Target Devices
    • To Assign a vDisk to a Single Target Device
    • vDisk Versions
    • vDisk Backup
    • vDisk Updates
    • Autoupdate Tool
    • vDisk Update Management Requirements
    • To Install Updates Automatically
    • Incremental Update Rollback
    • vDisk Replication
    • vDisk Inventory Service
    • High Availability Overview
    • Provisioning Services Failover
    • Configuring the Boot File for High Availability
    • Adding Provisioning Services Hosts to the Boot File
    • Enabling High Availability on vDisks
    • To Provide Provisioning Services Hosts with Access to Stores
    • Considerations for Offline Database Support
    • To Enable Offline Database Support
    • Stream Logging
    • To Enable Logging
    • Troubleshoot vDisk Images
    • Provisioning Services Failover
    • Configuring the Boot File for High Availability
    • Adding Provisioning Services Hosts to the Boot File
    • Enabling High Availability on vDisks
    • To Provide Provisioning Services Hosts with Access to Stores
    • Considerations for Offline Database Support
    • To Enable Offline Database Support
    • Stream Logging
    • To Enable Logging
    • Troubleshoot vDisk Images
  • Distributed Virtual Switching
    • Distributed Virtual Switching Features
    • Distributed Virtual Switching Components
    • vSwitch Controller Virtual Appliance Deployment
    • Accessing the vSwitch Controller
    • vSwitch Controller Configuration .
    • High Availability
    • Monitoring Network Activity
    • Viewing Flow Statistics
    • Exporting NetFlow Statistics
    • Managing Address Groups and Virtual Machine Groups
    • Distributed Virtual Switching Policy Configuration Hierarchy
    • Access Control List Policies
    • Access Control Policies Hierarchy
    • Defining Access Control List Rules
    • Access Control List Rule Enforcement Order
    • Configuring Fail Modes
    • Setting Up Port Configuration Policies
    • Configuring QoS
    • Configuring RSPAN
    • To Configure RSPAN
    • Configuring Mac Address Spoof Checking
    • Cross-Server Private Networks
    • Cross-Server Private Network Requirements
    • XenMotion with Cross-Server Private Networks
    • Recovering from a Failed vSwitch Controller
  • Workload Balancing
    • Workload Balancing Overview
    • Workload Balancing Key Concepts
    • Workload Balancing Components
    • To Download the Workload Balancing Virtual Appliance
    • Import Considerations for the Workload Balancing Virtual Appliance
    • Workload Balancing Configuration
    • To Update Workload Balancing Credentials
    • Connecting to the Workload Balancing Virtual Appliance
    • Workload Balancing Access Control Permissions
    • Workload Balancing Settings
    • Critical Thresholds
    • Critical Threshold Evaluation and Edit
    • Metric Weighting
    • Fixed and Scheduled Optimization Modes
    • Optimization Recommendations
    • Workload Balancing Power Management
    • Power Management Behavior
    • Power Management and Virtual Machine Consolidation
    • To Apply Optimization Recommendations Automatically
    • Optimal Server Selection
    • Host Exclusion from Recommendations
  • Configuring High Availability
    • High Availability Requirements
    • High Availability Considerations
    • Restart Priorities
    • Server Failure Tolerance
    • Overcommitting
    • Host Fencing
    • Disaster Recovery
    • Disaster Preparedness and Response
    • Backup and Recovery of XenServer Hosts and Virtual Machines
    • Metadata
    • Backing Up a Pool Installation
    • To Restore a Pool Installation
    • Backing Up Virtual Machines as Snapshots
    • To Take a Snapshot of a Virtual Machine
    • To Restore a Running XenServer Host
    • Listing Snapshots Using the Command-line Interface
    • Deleting a Snapshot
    • Restoring a Virtual Machine from a Snapshot
  • Managing and Troubleshooting XenServer
    • Command-line Interface Overview
    • Command-line Interface Operations Targets
    • Command-line Interface Basics
    • Command-line Interface Shortcuts
    • XenServer Menu-Driven Text Console
    • Monitoring XenServer
    • Using the XenTop Utility to Monitor Host and Virtual Machine Performance
    • Logging to a Remote Syslog Server
    • To Log Using a Remote Syslog Server
    • Events and Alerts
    • Alert Customization
    • Persistent XenServer Performance Statistics
    • Performance Statistics in XenCenter
    • XenServer Logs and Reports
    • XenCenter Event Logs
    • Server Status Reports
    • Xen-Bugtool Utility
    • XenServer Crashdump Overview
    • Generating the Crashdump File in the Command-Line Interface
    • Running a Network Trace and Triggering a Memory Dump
    • XenServer Updates and Hotfixes
    • Update or Hotfix Considerations
    • To Update XenServer Hosts Using XenCenter
    • To Update Hosts or Pool Using the Command-line Interface
    • Rolling Pool Upgrade
    • Planning a Rolling Upgrade
    • Workload Balancing Reports Overview
    • Workload Balancing Reports
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