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  • Course objectives
  • Discuss the key concepts of Mirage
  • Describe how Mirage works with Horizon 6
  • Define the main Mirage use cases
  • Discuss Mirage features and benefits
  • Identify the function of each of the Mirage solution components
  • Define the Mirage layers
  • Diagram the mirage architecture
  • Outline the tasks for installing and configuring Mirage
  • Discuss the process for deploying the Mirage client
  • Identify the high-level tasks for upgrading Mirage
  • Recognize the architecture and components of the Mirage Gateway server and how they interact
  • Identify tasks for performing SSL configuration on a Mirage system
  • Explain how to configure Mirage load balancing
  • Explain how to use the Mirage dashboard and transaction logs to monitor your Mirage system environment
  • Recognize the process for setting up static and dynamic centralized virtual desktop (CVD) collections
  • Explain the main Image Composer functions
  • Describe how Mirage roles are set up and used
  • Identify the main installation and configuration tasks for Mirage Web Manager
  • Discuss how to use Mirage Web Manager logs
  • Recognize how to configure SSL on Mirage Web Manager
  • Diagram the layer management lifecycle
  • Explain how to set up a reference machine
  • Recognize the process for capturing and assigning base layers and application layers
  • Identify steps for performing a Windows 7 to Windows 8.1 migration and how to monitor the migration proces
  • Discuss the backup capabilities of Mirage
  • Explain the Mirage endpoint disaster recovery options
  • Discuss the backup capabilities of Mirage and how upload policies are used to define backup parameters
  • Explain the Mirage endpoint disaster recovery options
  • Explain the process for configuring the file portal 
  • Recognize how to configure end-user CVD mapping
  • Describe how to access files using the file portal
  • Overview of Horizon 6
  • Introduce View features and components
  • Install and configure View Connection Server
  • Configure the View events database and syslog server
  • Prepare virtual machines as View desktops
  • Compare PCoIP and RDP remote display protocols
  • Explain USB redirection and multimedia redirection
  • Install Horizon View Agent in a template
  • Deploy a manual pool and entitle users to access it
  • Introduce Horizon Client for Windows and Mac OS X
  • Describe HTML Access, thin clients, and zero clients
  • Configure Virtual Printing with Horizon Client
  • Configure and provision automated pools of desktops
  • Compare dedicated and floating-assignment pools
  • Compare storage options, including VMware® Virtual SAN™
  • Overview of View Composer operations
  • Deploy and provision linked-clone desktops
  • Compare storage options, including Virtual SAN and  tiered storage
  • Manage linked-clone desktops
  • Manage persistent disks
  • Set up RDS hosts to create a farm
  • Deploy and provision RDS desktop pools
  • Deploy and provision RDS application pools
  • Manage application pools
  • Implement role-based delegated administration
  • Monitor the View environment
  • Describe recommended network configurations and authentication options
  • Configure the View security server
  • Configure user profiles with View Persona Management • Describe View Persona Management and Windows  roaming profiles
  • Configure a View Persona Management deployment • Describe best practices for a View Persona Management deployment
  • Introduce the vdmadmin utility
  • Describe client systems in kiosk mode
  • Back up the View databases
  • Restore the View databases
  • Describe multiserver deployments to create a pod
  • Explain performance considerations and load balancing for a single pod
  • Explain Cloud Pod Architecture for multiple View pod deployments

This extended-hours, hands-on training course provides students with skills that they need to deploy a unified image management system using VMware® Mirage™ as well as installing, configuring, and managing the VMware® Horizon View™ component of VMware® Horizon™. Students learn how to configure security, manage images, perform a Windows® migration, set up endpoint protection. Gain experience through hands-on labs that include VMware View® Manager™, VMware View® Composer™, and the View security server.

For who?

Experienced system administrators and system integrators.

Specification:

  • Ability to use VMware vSphere® Client to view the state of virtual machines, datastores, and networks
  • Experience accessing the guest operating system from the VMware® vCenter Server™ virtual machine console
  • Ability to navigate Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server® 2008
  • Experience in Microsoft Windows Active Directory administration

 

  • Describe the key concepts of Mirage
  • Recognize how Mirage fits into the VMware end-user computing vision
  • Identify the main Mirage use classifications
  • Define the function of each of the Mirage solution components
  • Install, configure, and upgrade Mirage
  • Identify the tasks for SSL configuration on a Mirage system
  • Discuss the management functions available in the Mirage Management Console
  • Deploy Mirage to endpoints
  • Explain the tasks for capturing and assigning base layers and application layers
  • Describe methods for performing disaster recovery with Mirage
  • Outline how to plan and perform a mass hardware migration with Mirage
  • Recognize how the file portal is set up and used
  • Identify View components
  • Install and configure View Connection Server
  • Install and configure virtual machines that become desktops
  • Configure and manage VMware Horizon Client systems
  • Configure and manage pools of existing physical machines
  • Configure and manage automated pools of full virtual machines
  • Configure and manage pools of linked-clone machines
  • Configure and manage RDS pools of desktops and applications
  • Use View Administrator to configure the View environment
  • Configure secure access to View desktops
  • Describe steps to deploy View Persona Management for user profile management
  • Manage performance and scalability of a View deployment

W cenę szkolenia wliczony jest:

  • Autoryzowany certyfikat producenta
  • Autoryzowane materiały szkoleniowe w formie elektronicznej bądź papierowej
  • Materiały szkoleniowe, notatnik, długopis
  • Kawa, herbata, słodki poczęstunek 
  • Obiad

Firma NT GROUP Sp.  z o.o. jest Autoryzowanym partnerem firmy HPE

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8800.00 zł
Czas trwania: 5 d,40 h
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