GUIDE TO SUPPORTING MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUDS instructs future network administrators how to effectively implement and maintain Microsoft private clouds with a balance of conceptual expertise and hands-on skills. Ideal for your server administration course, this text prepares students to work with large providers, such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, as well as implement smaller scale cloud computing solutions within their own network environments. GUIDE TO SUPPORTING MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUDS begins with a conceptual foundation and by the last chapter, students have completed over 75 lab activities as they learn to put in place a high-availability cluster to support a Microsoft private cloud. Clear learning objectives, review questions, case projects, and complete instructor support further reinforce student understanding of cloud computing. Successive chapters help refine key skills students need to implement private cloud stations using Microsoft technologies, including Windows Server 2008 R2, Hyper-V virtualization, Virtual Machine Manager, Self-Service Portal, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Storage Server, Failover Cluster Manager, and Windows PowerShell. To encourage teamwork, lab activities are designed for three-member teams who share private cloud stations consisting of three networked servers. Rely on GUIDE TO SUPPORTING MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUDS to teach your students the private cloud computing skills they will need now and in the future. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Review. Questions. 1. a is a new Windows shell designed for use by server administrators. 2. The .NET Framework a. (Choose all correct answers.) is pronounced dot net a b. runs on numerous operating systems 9 runs primarily in Windowsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guide to Supporting Microsoft Private Clouds|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2013-01-07|