CXS2001: Implementing Citrix XenServer Enterprise Edition 5.0

2 Day Course
Hands On
Official Citrix Curriculum
Code CXS2001

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Overview

Through hands-on labs, learners will gain experience in installing and configuring a virtualization server and connecting to the server with XenCenter; creating virtual machines and managing virtual machine life-cycle operations; and creating a XenServer resource pool and connecting to remote storage.

In addition, learners will explore advanced XenServer capabilities such as XenMotion and automatic virtual machine placement.

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Modules

Course Content (13 topics)

  • Describe the difference between Xen hypervisor and other virtualization methods
  • Describe the difference between Xen open source project and XenServer commercial products
  • Install XenServer Enterprise Edition 5.0 and configure CPU, network and storage resources
  • Install XenCenter
  • Create virtual machines and templates
  • Identify and explain the uses for XenConvert
  • Manage virtual machine resources and life cycle operations
  • Perform searches to sort searching and grouping in XenCenter and view VM performance statistics
  • Configure local and remote storage
  • Configure resource pools and move virtual machines from one server to another
  • Identify the requirements for high availability and disaster recovery
  • Identify the purpose and functionality of the xe CLI and perform basic commands
  • Identify and view tools for upgrading and troubleshooting XenServer Enterprise Edition 5.0

Prerequisites

Prior to taking this course, Citrix recommends that learners possess the following knowledge and experience: * A basic knowledge of the purpose and goals of virtualization technology * An understanding of computing architecture, including network and storage devices, device drivers and operating systems * Basic experience installing and administering Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008 * Basic experience installing and administering Linux variants * Intermediate knowledge of network devices and site architecture, including configuring vLANs * Basic knowledge of storage terminology and technologies, including partitions, SANs, LUNs, iSCSI, and NFS and CIFS file shares

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