Building a Datacenter or Private Cloud – Ready for Hybrid Cloud

Building a Datacenter or Private Cloud – Ready for Hybrid Cloud

In this full. five-day Geek Week, you will learn how to build a datacenter, from experts who build 10-15 every year, .

Geek Week is not your normal five-day IT course set in a boring classroom, where you return home when the day is done, return the next day, and repeat.  Geek Week is a unique five-day deep dive into technology, set in an inspiring setting where you live with your tutors for the entire week.

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Class Overview

We should build our datacenter so it can easily scale into a hybrid cloud.  If you need an on-premises datacenter, for either your own data or as a service provider, it should be constructed in a cost-effective way and be as automated as possible.  It also needs to support various scenarios, as well as provide support for various workloads. 

You will learn Software Defined Networking, Software Defined Storage, Hyper-Converged Infrastructure, how to plan your hardware, how to provide self-service for your end-users or customers, how to secure your Fabric and extend it to Microsoft Azure. 

If that is what you need, then this training is for you!

In this full. five-day Geek Week, you will learn how to build a datacenter, from experts who build 10-15 every year, .

Geek Week is not your normal five-day IT course set in a boring classroom, where you return home when the day is done, return the next day, and repeat.  Geek Week is a unique five-day deep dive into technology, set in an inspiring setting where you live with your tutors for the entire week.

You will learn all day, all the time, by having access to some of the sharpest brains on the subject 24-7. 

Level

300 (Advanced)

Who Should Attend

IT pros and administrators who want to build a modern datacenter for an enterprise or hosting environment.

Prerequisites

You should have previous experience with Windows Server, Active Directory, infrastructure, virtualization, and Microsoft-based server environments.

Material

Student lab manual, slide decks, and lab files

Markus Lassfolk CEO TrueSec Infrastructure AB
Markus Lassfolk, MVP and CEO TrueSec Infrastructure AB

 

Class Outline

 

Windows Server and System Center Technical Drilldown

–          Windows Server

–          System Center Suite

 

Cloud Attach

–          Azure Recovery Services

–          Azure Backup

–          Azure MFA

–          Windows Admin Center Gateway

–          Azure Security Center

–          Azure Monitor

 

Planning for Datacenter and Private Cloud

–          Architectural concepts and design

–          Fabric and workload architecture

–          Hardware requirements and best practices 

–          Design of computing, network, storage, and management

–          Scalability of computing, network, storage, and management 

 

Windows Server

–          Security and role-based access control 

–          Hyper-V

–          Storage spaces direct

–          Hyper-converged-Infrastructure

–          Scale-out file servers

–          Failover clusters

–          PowerShell, a lot

–          Active Directory and OU design 

–          Automation with group policies 

 

Deployment

–          Creating reference images for deployment

–          Deploying physical and virtual servers

 

Virtual Machine Manager

–          Configuring networks (switches, connectors, uplinks)

–          Configuring VMM libraries

–          Configuring VMM images

–          Configuring VMM hosts

–          Automated patch management using WSUS and VMM integration

–          Using IPMI/PXE to bare-metal deploy Hyper-V hosts 

–          Creating templates for VMs

–          Creating a private cloud

–          Implementing Network isolation

 

Data Protection

–          Configuring protection for files, SQL, and Active Directory

–          Configuring protection for VMs

–          Configuring protection for live migration

 

Operations

–          Configuring Operations Manager (SCOM)

–          Configuring Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO)

–          Using SCOM to monitor servers and services

 

Automation

–          Configuring Orchestrator 

–          Installing Service Management Automation (SMA) 

–          Configuring and using Service Management Automation (SMA) 

–          Creating runbooks for automation

 

Self-Service and Web Portals

–          Installing and configuring Windows Azure Pack

–          Creating self-service offerings

–          Introduction to Microsoft Azure Stack

 

      Management

–          Windows Admin Center

–          PowerShell

–          PowerShell DSC

 

After this Geek Week, you will have the knowledge and understanding to build, use, and administer a private cloud or datacenter based on Microsoft technology. 

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