Online Citrix XenServer Training from Hyderabad

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Contact us: Swathi, +91-9866902555, Citrix XenServer 6 Online Training From Hyderabad, India Course Content: Introduction to XenServer XenServer Product Line 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-Bug tool 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