TypeClassroom Training
Time4 Days
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday09:30 – 18:30
KVM Virtualization

KVM Virtualization Training Course & Certification


Audience & Prerequisites

Course Outline

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KVM Virtualization Training Course

KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a full virtualization solution for Linux on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). It consists of a loadable kernel module, kvm.ko, that provides the core virtualization infrastructure and a processor specific module, kvm-intel.ko or kvm-amd.ko

Intended Audience of KVM Virtualization Training

System administrators and Devops who want to understand and use KVM as a plain Linux virtualization solution or as part of an Openstack environments

Prerequisites for KVM Virtualization Certification

Linux system administration and networking knowledge

Course Outline                                                  Duration: 4 Days

  1. Intro to KVM Hypervisor Management
    • Introduction – KVM – Features
    • Discuss features and benefits
    • Explain various hypervisor tiers
    • Compare and contrast supported GUEST models
    • Explain abstractions: DOM0 and DOMUs
    • Cover supported platforms, features and limitations
    • Discuss importance of VNC in Xen model
    • Explore classroom environment
  2. KVM Installation
    • Discuss KVM architecture
    • Identify key components
    • Explore default configuration
    • Ensure adequate resources
    • Install KVM components
    • Peruse KVM footprint
    • Install additional management components
    • Configure network bridging for autonomous access
    • Prepare to deploy GUESTs (VMs)
  3. Debian | Ubuntu GUESTs
    • Identify and provision sources
    • Define new VM containers
    • Peruse GUEST properties and Defaults
    • Launch OS installers
    • Ensure network communications
    • Repeat deployments as needed
    • Debug as needed
  4. CentOS | RedHat GUESTs
    • Provision sources via Apache HTTPD
    • Define VM containers
    • Install using network support
    • Ensure network communications
    • Repeat deployments as needed
    • Debug where applicable
  5. Windows GUESTs
    • Locate and reference sources
    • Define new GUEST containers
    • Install Windows using common template
    • Perform post-installation tasks
    • Ensure communications
    • Identify VM resource usage
    • Discuss findings
  6. VM Deployments | CLI
    • Discuss benefits
    • Identify key tools
    • Apply common options to VM definition
    • Provision VMs from CLI
    • Debug as required
    • Rectify issues as needed
    • Identify new VM deployments
    • Confirm network communications
  7. VM Cloning
    • Discuss benefits
    • Identify key tools
    • Clone existing VMs with various tools
    • Peruse post-cloning footprint
    • Ensure clone functionality
    • Debug where needed

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