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Microsoft Hyper-V 2016: First Look


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
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Overview/Description
Microsoft Hyper-V is included as a role in Windows Server, and also as a standalone server with no GUI. This course covers installation, configuration, and new features of Hyper-V in the Technical Preview. This course also covers the installation of both Hyper-V Server and the Windows Server role, and concludes with a comparison of Hyper-V Server and Client Hyper-V in Windows 10. This course is based on preview software from Microsoft. Any features, functions, and interfaces discussed and shown may change before the final product is released.

Target Audience
IT professionals who are responsible for designing, implementing, managing, and maintaining a virtualization infrastructure; IT decision makers looking for a primer on upcoming Hyper-V technology

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
1.7

Lesson Objectives

Microsoft Hyper-V 2016: First Look

  • start the course
  • describe the editions and requirements of Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • install the standalone Hyper-V Server Technical Preview
  • add the Hyper-V role on Windows Server Technical Preview using Server Manager
  • add the Hyper-V role on Windows Server Technical Preview using PowerShell
  • list the supported guest operating systems for Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe the Hyper-V Manager GUI in Windows Server Technical Preview
  • create a virtual machine in Hyper-V Manager on Windows Server Technical Preview
  • enable and disable the checkpoints in Hyper-V Manager on Windows Server Technical Preview
  • configure the standard and production checkpoints in Hyper-V Manager on Windows Server Technical Preview
  • enable remote management on a Windows Server Technical Preview Hyper-V host
  • describe new configuration versions in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe new virtual machine configuration file format in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe a scenario for using production checkpoints in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe the integration services and the use of Windows Update in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe the improvements made to Hyper-V Manager in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe the hot add functionality for NIC and memory in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe the rolling Hyper-V cluster upgrade features to upgrade the functional level of a cluster VM by VM in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe the storage Quality of Service or QoS feature used to monitor storage and create policies in scale-out file servers on Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe the support available for Linux secure boot in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • describe support for connected standby in Hyper-V Technical Preview
  • compare the features of Hyper-V Technical Preview and client Hyper-V on Windows 10
  • Course Number:
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