Oracle VM Server for SPARC: Installation & Config. NEW

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Course Duration: 2 days
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The Oracle VM Server for SPARC: Installation and Configuration course teaches you to effectively implement the infrastructure for cloud computing using a SPARC-based virtualization strategy. Learn through classroom instruction and hands-on exercises, which reinforce new concepts.

Learn To:
  • Properly design, install, implement and administer this virtual environment.
  • Create and assign resources to domains where business applications are deployed.
  • Use the migration feature, which increases availability and adds flexibility to the data center virtual environment.
  • Allocate System Resources

Oracle VM Server for SPARC allows for the allocation of system resources to individual virtual machines, called domains. This creates a completely virtualized environment, which provides greater consolidation and use of resources.

  • Support Engineer
  • System Administrator
  • System Integrator
  • Technical Administrator
  • Technical Consultant
Administer Ethernet networks: Administer an Oracle Solaris OS: Perform basic server initial setup tasks
  • Plan an Oracle VM Server for SPARC installation
  • Install the Oracle VM Server for SPARC software
  • Configure the control and service domain
  • Create a guest domain
  • Reconfigure Oracle VM Server for SPARC resources
  • Use virtual disks
  • Use virtual networks
  • Manage Oracle VM Server for SPARC configurations
  • Prepare for and perform migration operations
Introduction to Oracle VM Server for SPARC
  • What is Oracle VM Server for SPARC?
  • Oracle's Virtualization Strategy
  • Oracle VM Server for SPARC Architecture
  • Oracle VM Server for SPARC Benefits

Planning and Installing the Logical Domains Software
  • Planning for Oracle VM Server for SPARC
  • Working with SPARC T-Series Servers
  • CPU and Memory Sizing Guidelines
  • Upgrading System Firmware
  • Upgrading Oracle VM Server for SPARC Software
  • The ldm Command

Configuring the Control and Service Domain
  • Typical Basic Configurations
  • Virtualized Devices and Virtual Services
  • Control Domain Resource Allocation
  • Logical Domains Configurations

Creating Guest Domains
  • Creating a Guest Domain
  • Binding and Starting a Guest Domain
  • Installing Oracle Solaris in a Guest Domain
  • Verifying a Guest Domain Configuration
  • Accessing a Guest Domain's Console

Performing Logical Domains Administration
  • Dynamic Reconfiguration of Logical Domain Resources
  • Core Affinity
  • Using Virtual Disks
  • Virtual Disk Back End Options
  • Provisioning New Domains with ZFS Snapshots and Clones
  • Using Virtual Networks
  • VLAN Support for Virtual Networks
  • Link Aggregation and Jumbo Frames for Virtual Networks

Migrating Logical Domains
  • Migration Requirements and Restrictions
  • Migration Types
  • Migration Phases
  • Migration Dry Run
  • Live Migration
  • Cross-CPU Live Migration
  • Cold Migration
  • Non-Interactive Migration