Oracle VDI 3.1 Implementatie Workshops
By user12797724 on mrt 29, 2010
Op 14 juni, 16 augustus en 29 november starten er weer vijfdaagse Oracle VDI Implementatie workshops gehouden bij Global Knowledge in Nieuwegein.
- Describe the architecture of the Sun VDI solution
- Perform the installation and configuration for the Sun VDI 3 Software
- Configure the Sun VirtualBox desktop provider
- Configure the VMware Virtual Center desktop provider
- Provision Microsoft Windows OS, Open Solaris, and Ubuntu LinuxTM desktop images
- Clone desktop images
- Configure Sun VDI Software 3 to deliver desktops to users through SRS
- Configure Sun VDI Software 3 to deliver desktops to users through SGD
- Troubleshoot installation and configuration issues associated with Sun VDI Software 3
Sun VDI Software 3 offers ground-breaking VDI storage economics, built-in virtualization capabilities, and support for a wide variety of virtual desktop operating systems. The open architecture of Sun VDI Software 3 gives users access to a broader choice of client devices and virtualization hosts, increasing flexibility, management efficiency, and data security. This five-day workshop introduces you to Sun VDI Software 3 technology and software administration. Along with installing Sun VDI Software 3, you are introduced to the architectural details of the software, providing a foundation to understand the individual features introduced in subsequent modules.
Through a combination of instructor-led lectures and hands-on labs, you are introduced to the following VDI components and features:
- Sun xVM VirtualBox and VMware® Virtual Center desktop brokers
- LDAP and Microsoft® Active Directory directory server integration
- Open Storage platform for the back-end storage of user desktops
- Sun Ray Software (SRS) and Sun Secure Global Desktop (SGD) for the display of user desktops
- Sun VDI administration tools The workshop begins with a comprehensive overview of the VDI 3 architecture
As the workshop progresses, you use lab equipment to install and configure prerequisite components such as SGD and Sun VirtualBox so that when you install the Sun VDI software, all of the necessary components are available. Once you install the VDI software, you learn how to configure desktop providers, which host virtual desktops, and how to use front-end user access devices such as Sun Ray thin clients or a web browser with SGD to access assigned virtual desktops. You also learn how to manage pools of desktops and the various parameters which control the content and behavior of desktop pools. Failover and cluster configurations are also covered for large-scale deployments.
Who can benefit
Students who can benefit from this course are PS/TS/SE/Service Partners/Customers.