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Windows Server 2012 High Availability: Networking and Clusters

Course Summary

Part 1 of 2 in the Windows Server 2012 High Availability series will provide network engineers with the ideas of what technologies Microsoft Server 2012 has to offer in the world of High Availability and the steps to successfully plan, implement, and supp

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    Course Syllabus

    ● Getting Started with Windows Server 2012 High Availability
        ◦ Meet Your Instructor
        ◦ What We Will Cover
        ◦ How to Use This Course
    ● NIC Teaming with Windows Server 2012
        ◦ NIC Teaming Overview
        ◦ Restrictions/Requirements
        ◦ Enabling and Configuring NIC Teaming
        ◦ Teaming Mode
        ◦ Load Balancing, Standby Adapter, and Primary Team Interface
        ◦ Managing Network Configuration
        ◦ Removing a Network Adapter
        ◦ Removing a NIC Team
        ◦ PowerShell Commands
    ● Storage Pools and Spaces
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Storage Spaces
        ◦ Benefits of Storage Pools and Spaces
        ◦ Limitations of Storage Pools and Spaces
        ◦ Exploring File and Storage Services
        ◦ Creating a Storage Pool
        ◦ Creating a Virtual Disk
        ◦ Creating a Volume
        ◦ Adding More Storage
        ◦ Decommissioning a Storage Pool
    ● DHCP Load Balance
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ DHCP Load Balance Overview
        ◦ DHCP Configuration
        ◦ Creating a Scope
        ◦ Setting Up Reservations
        ◦ Configuring Load Balancing
        ◦ Manual Scope Replication
    ● DHCP Failover
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ DHCP Scope Failover Overview
        ◦ Configuring Failover
        ◦ State Switchover Interval
        ◦ Failover Simulation
        ◦ Event Viewer
        ◦ Decommission Scope for Failover
    ● Active Directory
        ◦ Active Directory Overview
        ◦ Making Active Directory Highly Available
        ◦ DC Cloning Prerequisites
        ◦ Server Prerequisite Checks
        ◦ Using PowerShell for Prerequisite Checks
        ◦ Export Virtual Machine
        ◦ Import Virtual Machine
        ◦ Launching Clone
        ◦ Post Launch Actions
    ● Network Load Balancing (NLB)
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Network Load Balancing Overview
        ◦ Add or Remove Hosts Dynamically
        ◦ Heartbeat Packet
        ◦ Installing NLB Service
        ◦ Creating a Cluster
        ◦ Cluster Operations Modes
        ◦ Editing Port Rules
        ◦ Name Resolution for Clusters
    ● Failover Clusters
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Failover Cluster Overview
        ◦ Failover Cluster Terminology
        ◦ New Features in Server 2012
        ◦ Quorums Overview
        ◦ Creating Virtual Hard Disks
        ◦ Installing File Server Role
        ◦ Reconnecting Disks with iSCSI Initiator
        ◦ Configuring Failover Cluster
        ◦ Creating a File Server
        ◦ Creating Shares within File Server
        ◦ Mapping Drives to File Server
    ● Cluster-Aware Updating
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Cluster-Aware Updating Overview
        ◦ How Cluster-Aware Updating Works
        ◦ Two CAU Update Modes
        ◦ Installing Failover Cluster Management Tools
        ◦ Update Previews
        ◦ Configuring Cluster-Aware Updates
        ◦ Post Update Options
        ◦ Configuring Cluster Self-Updating
    ● Scale-Out File Server
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Scale-Out File Server Overview
        ◦ Scale-Out File Server Benefits
        ◦ Scale-Out File Proper Use
        ◦ Prerequisites
        ◦ Installing File Services
        ◦ Configuring Cluster Shared Volumes
        ◦ Configuring High Availab

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1 - 4 hours / week

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