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KVM Virtualization Training Course & Certification

KVM Virtualization Training Course & Certification


Audience & Prerequisites


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

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Section 1Intro to KVM Hypervisor Management
Lecture 1Introduction - KVM - Features
Lecture 2Discuss features and benefits
Lecture 3Explain various hypervisor tiers
Lecture 4Compare and contrast supported GUEST models
Lecture 5Explain abstractions: DOM0 and DOMUs
Lecture 6Cover supported platforms, features and limitations
Lecture 7Discuss importance of VNC in Xen model
Lecture 8Explore classroom environment
Section 2KVM Installation
Lecture 9Discuss KVM architecture
Lecture 10Identify key components
Lecture 11Explore default configuration
Lecture 12Ensure adequate resources
Lecture 13Install KVM components
Lecture 14Peruse KVM footprint
Lecture 15Install additional management components
Lecture 16Configure network bridging for autonomous access
Lecture 17Prepare to deploy GUESTs (VMs)
Section 3Debian | Ubuntu GUESTs
Lecture 18Identify and provision sources
Lecture 19Define new VM containers
Lecture 20Peruse GUEST properties and Defaults
Lecture 21Launch OS installers
Lecture 22Ensure network communications
Lecture 23Repeat deployments as needed
Lecture 24Debug as needed
Section 4CentOS | RedHat GUESTs
Lecture 25Provision sources via Apache HTTPD
Lecture 26Define VM containers
Lecture 27Install using network support
Lecture 28Ensure network communications
Lecture 29Repeat deployments as needed
Lecture 30Debug where applicable
Section 5Windows GUESTs
Lecture 31Locate and reference sources
Lecture 32Define new GUEST containers
Lecture 33Install Windows using common template
Lecture 34Perform post-installation tasks
Lecture 35Ensure communications
Lecture 36Identify VM resource usage
Lecture 37Discuss findings
Section 6VM Deployments | CLI
Lecture 38Discuss benefits
Lecture 39Identify key tools
Lecture 40Apply common options to VM definition
Lecture 41Provision VMs from CLI
Lecture 42Debug as required
Lecture 43Rectify issues as needed
Lecture 44Identify new VM deployments
Lecture 45Confirm network communications
Section 7VM Cloning
Lecture 46Discuss benefits
Lecture 47Identify key tools
Lecture 48Clone existing VMs with various tools
Lecture 49Peruse post-cloning footprint
Lecture 50Ensure clone functionality
Lecture 51Debug where needed