Oracle VM Server for SPARC: Installation and Configuration NEW

Date: 06-04-2017 s/d 07-04-2017   |   Category: Oracle - Virtualization   |   Instructor: -
Duration : 2 days
Price:IDR.5,800,000

What you will learn
The Oracle VM Server for SPARC: Installation and Configuration course teaches you to effectively implement the infrastructure for cloud computing using a SPARC-based virtualization strategy. Learn through classroom instruction and hands-on exercises, which reinforce new concepts. 

Learn To:
Properly design, install, implement and administer this virtual environment.
Create and assign resources to domains where business applications are deployed.
Use the migration feature, which increases availability and adds flexibility to the data center virtual environment. 

Allocate System Resources
Oracle VM Server for SPARC allows for the allocation of system resources to individual virtual machines, called domains. This creates a completely virtualized environment, which provides greater consolidation and use of resources.

Audience
Support Engineer
System Administrator
System Integrator
Technical Administrator
Technical Consultant

Related Training

Required Prerequisites
Administer Ethernet networks
Administer an Oracle Solaris OS 
Perform basic server initial setup tasks

Suggested Prerequisites
Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration
Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration NEW
Some knowledge of virtualization concepts 

Course Objective 
- Plan an Oracle VM Server for SPARC installation
- Install the Oracle VM Server for SPARC software
- Configure the control and service domain
- Create a guest domain
- Reconfigure Oracle VM Server for SPARC resources
- Use virtual disks
- Use virtual networks
- Manage Oracle VM Server for SPARC configurations
- Prepare for and perform migration operations

Course Topics:

Introduction to Oracle VM Server for SPARC
What is Oracle VM Server for SPARC? 
Oracle's Virtualization Strategy 
Oracle VM Server for SPARC Architecture 
Oracle VM Server for SPARC Benefits 

Planning and Installing the Logical Domains Software
Planning for Oracle VM Server for SPARC 
Working with SPARC T-Series Servers 
CPU and Memory Sizing Guidelines 
Upgrading System Firmware 
Upgrading Oracle VM Server for SPARC Software 
The ldm Command 

Configuring the Control and Service Domain
Typical Basic Configurations 
Virtualized Devices and Virtual Services 
Control Domain Resource Allocation 
Logical Domains Configurations 

Creating Guest Domains
Creating a Guest Domain 
Binding and Starting a Guest Domain 
Installing Oracle Solaris in a Guest Domain 
Verifying a Guest Domain Configuration 
Accessing a Guest Domain's Console 

Performing Logical Domains Administration
Dynamic Reconfiguration of Logical Domain Resources 
Core Affinity 
Using Virtual Disks 
Virtual Disk Back End Options 
Provisioning New Domains with ZFS Snapshots and Clones 
Using Virtual Networks 
VLAN Support for Virtual Networks 
Link Aggregation and Jumbo Frames for Virtual Networks 

Migrating Logical Domains
Migration Requirements and Restrictions 
Migration Types 
Migration Phases 
Migration Dry Run 
Live Migration 
Cross-CPU Live Migration 
Cold Migration 
Non-Interactive Migration

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