Red Hat Virtualization
Outline for this course
- Red Hat Virtualization overview
- Explain the purpose and architecture of Red Hat Virtualization.
- Install and configure Red Hat Virtualization
- Install a minimal Red Hat Virtualization environment and use it to create a virtual machine.
- Create and manage datacenters and clusters
- Organize hypervisors into groups using datacenters and clusters.
- Manage user accounts and roles
- Configure user accounts using a central directory service, then use roles to assign access to resources based on job responsibilities.
- Adding physical hosts
- Add additional Red Hat Virtualization hosts automatically, and move and remove hosts from datacenters as needed.
- Scale Red Hat Virtualization infrastructure
- Add Red Hat Virtualization hosts automatically, configure Red Hat Enterprise Linux hosts when appropriate, and move and remove hosts from data centers as needed.
- Manage Red Hat Virtualization networks
- Separate network traffic into multiple networks on one or more interfaces to improve the performance and security of Red Hat Virtualization.
- Manage Red Hat Virtualization storage
- Create and manage data and ISO storage domains.
- Deploy and manage virtual machines
- Operate virtual machines in the Red Hat Virtualization environment.
- Migrate virtual machines
- Migrate and control automatic migration of virtual machines.
- Manage virtual machine images
- Manage virtual machine snapshots and disk images.
- Automating virtual machine deployment
- Automate deployment of virtual machines by using templates and cloud-init.
- Back up and upgrade Red Hat Virtualization
- Back up, restore, and upgrade the software in a Red Hat Virtualization environment.
- Explore high-availability practices
- Explain procedures to improve the resilience and reliability of Red Hat Virtualization by removing single points of failure and implementing high-availability features.
- Perform comprehensive review
- Demonstrate skills learned in this course by installing and configuring Red Hat Virtualization; using the platform to create and manage virtual machines; and backing up and updating components of Red Hat Virtualization.