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ITDVDS.COMWindows Server 2016 Hyper-V Training - Clustering and High Availability

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Hyper-V Cluster Design
Introduction and Training Prerequisites
Why Cluster Hyper-V?
Understanding the Different Network Traffic
Hyper-V Cluster Diagram Part 1
Hyper-V Cluster Diagram Part 2
Understanding Multipath I/O
Host Server Hardware and Configuration Consistency
Storage Options in a Hyper-V Cluster
Warning About Using Inexpensive Storage
Discussing Risk and Budgets with the Business Side

Building a Hyper-V Cluster
Configuring a Windows Server 2016 iSCSI SAN Example
Configuring Trunking on a Cisco Switch Example
Name the NICs on Node 1 with GUI
Name the NICs on Node 2 with PowerShell
Configuring Teaming on Node 1 with GUI
Configuring Teaming on Node 2 with PowerShell
Install the Hyper-V Role on Node 1 and 2 with GUI and PowerShell
Create the Virtual Switch on Node 1 and 2 with PowerShell
Create and Configure the Virtual NICs on Node 1 Part 1
Create and Configure the Virtual NICs on Node 1 Part 2
Create and Configure the Virtual NICs on Node 2
Understanding Quality of Service and Virtual NICs
Configuring QoS on Virtual NICs on Node 1 with PowerShell
Configuring QoS on Virtual NICs on Node 2 with PowerShell
Join Node 1 and Node 2 to the Domain and Run Windows Update
Configure Server Core for Remote Administration
Install and Configure Multipath I/O for iSCSI on Node 1 and Node 2
Create iSCSI LUNs for Shared Storage Example
Connect Node 1 to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Create Volumes on iSCSI LUNs
Connect Node 2 to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Installing the Failover Cluster Feature on Node 1 and Node 2
Validate the Cluster
Create the Failover Cluster
Configure Cluster Networks
Configure Live Migration Networks
Confirm CSV Traffic Will Go Over Correct Network
Create Cluster Shared Volume
What are Cluster Shared Volumes
Configure Virtual Machine Default Location

Administering a Hyper-V Cluster and Highly Available Virtual Machines
Creating a Highly Available Virtual Machine
Creating a Highly Available Virtual Machine with PowerShell
Configuring a VLAN for a Highly Available Virtual Machine
Make an Existing Virtual Machine Highly Available
Administering a Highly Available Virtual Machine with PowerShell
Migrating a Virtual Machine with Live Migration
Configuring Virtual Machine Preferred Owners, Failover, and Failback
Monitor Services Inside a Virtual Machine
Configure VM Network Health Protection
Configuring Virtual Machine Priority
Moving Virtual Machine Files and Virtual Disks on a Highly Available VM
Pause a Host and Automatically Live Migrate Virtual Machines
Seeing a Host Failure
Seeing a Cluster Shared Volume Failure and CSV Traffic Redirection
Adding Another Clustered Shared Volume to a Hyper-V Cluster
Removing a Clustered Shared Volume from a Hyper-V Cluster

Using a Scale-Out File Server for Virtual Machine Storage
What is a Scale-Out File Server
Creating a Scale-Out File Server
Creating a Share for Virtual Machines
Creating a Virtual Machine on a Scale-Out File Server

Failover Clusters with Virtual Machines
Creating a Shared Virtual Hard Disk in a Virtual Cluster
Resizing a Shared Virtual Hard Disk
Creating a Shared Virtual Hard Disk with PowerShell

Adding Hosts to a Hyper-V Cluster
Adding a Hyper-V Host to a Cluster Diagram
Connect 3rd Node to SAN
Validate 3rd Node
Add 3rd Node to Cluster
Test 3rd Node
Removing a Node From a Hyper-V Cluster

Applying Windows Updates to a Cluster with Cluster-Aware Updating
What is Cluster Aware Updating
Viewing Available Updates for Cluster Nodes
Configure Self Updating Options and Schedule Updates
Applying Updates Using Cluster Aware Updating
Creating an Updating Run Profile
Generate Report on Past Cluster Aware Updating
Analyze Cluster Updating Readiness

Replicating Virtual Machines with Hyper-V Replica
What is Hyper-V Replica?
Configure a Standalone Hyper-V Host for Replication
Create and Configure a Replication Broker for a Hyper-V Cluster
Configure a Virtual Machine for Replication and Perform the Initial Replication
Configure Replica Virtual NICs
Perform a Test Failover
Perform a Planned Failover and Failback
Perform a Real Failover
Perform a Real Failback
Pause Replication
Monitoring Replication
Creating a 2nd Replica or Extended Replica

Storage Spaces Direct
What is Storage Spaces Direct
Storage Spaces Direct Requirements and Features
Understanding Cache and Storage Tiering in Storage Spaces Direct
Storage Spaces Direct Lab with Virtual Machines
Install the Failover Cluster Feature
Validate the Cluster for Storage Spaces Direct
Create a Cluster
Configure a File Share Witness
Enable Storage Spaces Direct
Check For Available Disks
Create a New Storage Pool
Configure Disk Type for Virtual Lab
Create a Storage Tiers
Create a Virtual Disk and a New Volume Part 1
Create a Virtual Disk and a New Volume Part 2
Create a Virtual Disk and a New Volume Part 3
Create Scale-Out File Server
Seeing a Node Failure
Deleting Virtual Disks and Volumes
Extending a Virtual Disk and Volume
Adding Disks to the Pool
Removing Disks from the Pool
Handling a Hard Disk Failure
Optimizing the Storage Pool

Troubleshooting Hyper-V and Windows 2016 Failover Clusters
Checking for Available Resources and Bottlenecks
AntiVirus and Hyper-V
Troubleshooting a Resource Failure
Event Viewer and Events in Failover Cluster Management and Diagnostic Logging
Validating an Active Cluster
Cluster Logs
Troubleshooting Permissions
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