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70 414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure

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Overview:

The 70-414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure course provides extensive coverage of knowledge and skills to plan and implement advanced features available in Server 2012. Learners will gain an understanding of Advanced Server 2012 infrastructure, server monitoring, virtualisation administration, update infrastructure and failover clustering.

The 70-414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure course covers a broad range of topics like how to make considerations for managing an enterprise data center, plan and implement high availability infrastructure and plan and implement a server monitoring strategy. The course offers in-depth strategy to make the training useful to learners whether you are looking to increase your job skills or pursuing the qualification.

The course is internationally recognised and accredited to a training organisation and you will be issued an internationally recognised qualification following full completion of the 70-414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure course.

Why consider 1Training?

As improvements and advancements are made in technology, online courses are no longer just conventional means of studying at affordable costs. In many aspects online training offers superiority to traditional learning. There is an effectiveness and convenience that traditional learning cannot provide. The overall convenience and flexibility makes it a superior learning method.

1Training offers the most convenient path to gain an internationally recognised qualification that will give you the opportunity to put into practice your skill and expertise in an enterprise or corporate environment. You can study at your own pace at 1Training and you will be provided with all the necessary material, tutorials, qualified course instructor and multiple free resources which include Free CV writing pack, Nus Discounted Card, Free career support and course demo to make your learning experience enriching and more rewarding.

Learning Outcomes?

  • Manage a virtual machine deployment
  • Plan and deploy virtual machines
  • Plan and implement networks and storage for virtualisation
  • Plan and implement an Information Rights Infrastructure
  • Plan and implement business continuity strategy
  • Plan and implement high availability infrastructure

Course Curriculum

  • Module 01: Creating the Virtualization Infrastructure
  • Module 02: Planning and Deploying Virtual Machines
  • Module 03: Monitoring
  • Module 04: Solution for the Virtualization Administration
  • Module 05: High Availability
  • Module 06: PKI
  • Module 07: Updates
  • Module 08: BCP
  • Module 09: IDA

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course.  The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at anytime.

This Course is intended for?

  • IT Professionals
  • Systems Administrators
  • Individuals who aspire to be Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert
  • Database Administrators
  • Anyone who is interested in expanding their knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server

Entry Requirements

This course is recommended for learners knowledgeable in Windows 2012 and network infrastructure.

Assessment

You will be tested on your ability to accomplish technical tasks listed under the Course Curriculum. There is a percentage that indicates the weight of each major topic on the exam as stated in the official website.

As it is an official exam, learners will have to purchase it separately on the relevant website.

Certification

Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in 70-414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure.

Awarding Body

The certificate will be awarded by Microsoft. This internationally recognised qualification will make your CV standout and encourage employers to see your motivation at expanding your skills and knowledge in the IT enterprise.

Career Path and Salary

Once you successfully complete 70-414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure you will be qualified to work in the following positions. The 70-414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure qualification will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion. The average UK salary per annum according to https://www.payscale.com is given below.

  • Software Architect – £53,234 per annum
  • System Administrators – £25,422 per annum
  • Database Administrator – £30,589 per annum
  • Information Security Analyst – £34,906 per annum
  • Network Administrator – £25,250 per annum

Other Benefits

  • Written and designed by the industry’s finest expert instructors with over 15 years of experience
  • Repeat and rewind all your lectures and enjoy a personalised learning experience
  • Gain access to quality video tutorials
  • Unlimited 12 months access from anywhere, anytime
  • Excellent Tutor Support Service (Monday to Friday)
  • Save time and money on travel
  • Learn at your convenience and leisure
  • Quizzes, tests mock exams, practice exams to ensure you are 100% ready
  • Eligible for a NUS discount card
  • Free Career Support Service
  • 25% Discount on personal Statement and covering letter writing service
  • Free Access to Over 150 courses for 2 days (48 hours)
  • Free access to course before you purchase (For selected courses only)

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 300
➤ Module 01 - Creating the Virtualization Infrastructure
Lesson 1: Introducing SC 2012 Components
1.1 What is the VMM
1.2 What is Operations Manager
1.3 What is Orchestrator
1.4 What is the App Controller
1.5 What is Service Manager
1.6 What is Data Protection Manager
1.7 What is Configuration Manager
1.8 System Center Services and Tools
Lesson 2: Using System Center for Virtualization
2.1 Scaling VMs with the VMM
2.2 Management with App Controller
2.3 Monitoring with Operations Manager
2.4 Using Service Manager
2.5 Automating Tasks with Orchestrator
2.6 Using Data Protection Manager to Help Protect a Virtual Deployment
2.7 Demo – Using the VMM Management Console
Lesson 3: Planning a VMM Deployment
3.1 Calculating the VMM Deployment Topology
3.2 Planning a VMM Management Server
3.3 Creating a VMM Library
3.4 Creating a VMM Database
Lesson 4: Creating the Virtualization Host
4.1 Deploying Hyper-V Hosts
4.2 What are Host Groups
4.3 Demo – Configuring Host Groups
4.4 Working with VMM Libraries
4.5 Demo – Working with Libraries
Lesson 5: Storage Infrastructure
5.1 Storage Options for Server Virtualization
5.2 Options for Configuring Virtual Disks
5.3 Using Fibre Channel Storage
5.4 Implementing iSCSI Storage
5.5 Implementing NFS and SMB 3 Storage
5.6 HA for Storage
Lesson 6: Configuring a Storage Infrastructure for Virtualization
6.1 iSCSI Configuration Overview
6.2 Managing Storage in VMM
6.3 Demo – Configuring Storage in VMM
Lesson 7: Network Infrastructure for Virtualization
7.1 Networking Requirements
7.2 Hyper-V Virtual Switch
7.3 New Features Hyper-V Virtual Switch Server 2012 R2
7.4 Configuration Options for Virtual Networks
7.5 Demo – Configuring Virtual Networks
7.6 Planning Networks for a Hyper-V Deployment
7.7 Managing Virtual Networks in VMM
7.8 What Is Network Virtualization
7.9 Demo – Configuring Virtual Networks in VMM
7.10 Module 01 Review
➤ Module 02 - Planning and Deploying Virtual Machines
Lesson 1: Considerations for Virtual Machine Setup
1.1 When to Virtualize
1.2 Virtual Machine Components
1.3 Microsoft Solution Accelerators
1.4 VMM Integration with System Center 2012
1.5 Windows Server 2012 R2 as Gateway With VMM
1.6 Planning for Virtual Machine Configuration
1.7 Virtualizing Exchange
1.8 SQL Server
1.9 SharePoint Server
1.10 Planning Virtual Machines for Active Directory Domain Services
1.11 Virtualized Domain Controllers
1.12 Cloning Virtual Domain Controllers
1.13 Process: Cloning Server 2012 VDC
1.14 DcCloneConfig.xml Syntax
1.15 DcCloneConfig.xml Parameters
1.16 Domain Controller Safe Backup and Restore
Lesson 2: Planning Virtual Machine Deployment with VMM
2.1 Profiles – OS
2.2 Profiles – Hardware
2.3 Configuring SQL Server Using SQL Server Profiles
2.4 Profiles – Applications
2.5 Service Templates
2.6 VM Templates
2.7 Guidelines for VMM Profiles and Templates
Lesson 3: How to Deploy a Virtual Machine
3.1 Using VMM for Deployment
3.2 Using VMM for Smart Placement
3.3 P2V
3.4 Considerations for Implementing P2V Conversions
3.5 V2V Machine Conversions
3.6 Considerations for V2V Conversions
3.7 Demo – Configuring a Virtual Machine
3.8 Module 02 Review
➤ Module 03 – Monitoring
Lesson 1: Monitoring in Windows Server 2012
1.1 Introduction to Monitoring Tools in Windows Server 2012
1.2 Using Server Manager for Monitoring
1.3 Strategies for Monitoring
1.4 Monitoring Server Roles
1.5 Options for Monitoring Virtualization
1.6 Considerations for Monitoring Virtual Machines
1.7 Demo – Enabling and Viewing Resource Metering Data
Lesson 2: Introduction to Operations Manager
2.1 Features of Operations Manager
2.2 Operations Manager Components
2.3 Options for Operations Manager Agent Installation
2.4 Demo – Installing the Operations Manager Agent
2.5 What is ACS?
2.6 Deploying Audit Collection Services
2.7 Considerations for Deploying Operations Manager
2.8 Demo – Using the Operations Manager Console
Lesson 3: Management Packs
3.1 Overview of Management Packs
3.2 Management Pack Authoring
3.3 Using Management Packs
3.4 Creating Overrides
3.5 Planning Monitoring with Operations Manager
Lesson 4: Notifications and Reporting
4.1 Overview of Notifications
4.2 Configuring Notifications
4.3 Overview of Reporting
4.4 Configuring Reports and Reporting
4.5 Implementing Notifications and Reports
Lesson 5: Integration with VMM
5.1 Operations Manager Integration with VMM
5.2 Configuring Operations Manager and VMM Integration
5.3 What is PRO?
5.4 Comparing PRO and Advanced Placement Options in VMM
5.5 Considerations for Implementing PRO
5.6 Configuring Advanced Monitoring for Virtualization Components
5.7 Module 03 Review
➤ Module 04 - Solution for the Virtualization Administration
Lesson 1: System Center 2012 Administration
1.1 Overview of Run as Accounts in System Center 2012
1.3 Administration Delegation for App Controller
1.4 Administration Delegation for Service Manager
1.5 Administration Delegation for Operations Manager
1.6 Administration Delegation for Orchestrator
1.7 Administration Delegation Plans for System Center
1.8 Demo – Delegated Administration
1.9 Using Self-Service Options in VMM
1.10 Using Self-Service Options in Service Manager
1.11 Using Self-Service Options in Orchestrator
1.12 Using Self-Service Options in System Center 2012
Lesson 2: Automation with System Center 2012
2.1 Options for Automating Virtualization Management in Service Manager
2.2 Options for Automating Virtualization Management in Orchestrator
2.3 Options for Automating Virtualization Management in Operations Manager
2.4 Implementing Process Automation in System Center 2012
2.5 Demo – VMM Private Clouds
2.6 Module 04 Review
➤ Module 05 - High Availability
Lesson 1: Storage Spaces
1.1 Describing Storage Spaces
1.2 Storage Space Configurations
1.3 Clustered Storage Space
1.4 How to Configure Storage Spaces
1.5 Storage Space Configuration
1.6 Storage Space Needs
1.7 Demo – RAID
1.8 DFS Components
1.9 Scenarios for Using DFS
1.10 DFS Namespace
1.11 Referrals
1.12 DFS Namespaces
1.13 Best Practices
1.14 Designing DFS Replication
Lesson 2: NLB
2.1 Scenarios
2.2 NLB
2.3 Port Rules
2.4 Data Storage for NLB Clusters
2.5 Managing NLB with VMM
2.6 VMM Control of NLB
Lesson 3: The Infrastructure for Failover Clustering
3.1 What is Failover Clustering
3.2 Considerations for Server Workloads on Failover Clusters
3.3 Cluster Nodes Hardware
3.4 Network Components
3.5 Storage Components
3.6 Cluster Quorum
3.7 Application Considerations
Lesson 4: Defining Failover Clustering
4.1 Configuring a Failover Cluster
4.2 New Features to Failover Clustering Windows Server 2012 R2
4.3 Improved Features for Failover Clustering in Windows Server 2012 R2
4.4 What Server Roles are Used
4.5 Settings for a Failover Cluster
4.6 Application and Resource Settings
4.7 The Scale-Out File Server for Server 2012
Lesson 5: Integrating Failover Clustering with Server Virtualization
5.1 Options for Making Virtual Machine Workloads Highly Available
5.2 How Does a Failover Cluster Work with Hyper-V?
5.3 Infrastructure Requirements for Implementing Failover Clustering for Hyper-V
5.4 Implementing Storage Migration
5.5 Implementing Live Migration
5.6 Implementing Hyper-V Replica
5.7 Implementing Virtual Machine Availability
Lesson 6: Multisite Planning a Multisite Failover Cluster
6.1 Multisite Challenges for Planning Multisite Clusters
6.2 Multisite Planning Data Replication in a Multisite Failover Cluster
6.3 Network Infrastructure Considerations
6.4 Quorum Mode Considerations
6.5 Multisite General Guidelines for Planning Multisite Clusters
6.6 Module 05 Review
➤ Module 06 - PKI
Lesson 1: The Certificate Authority
1.1 Certification Authorities
1.2 CA Hierarchy
1.3 Internal and Public CAs
1.4 Planning a CA Hierarchy
1.5 When to Use Standalone and Enterprise CAs
1.6 Deploying a Root CA
1.7 Designing a CA Hierarchy
1.8 CA Recovery
1.9 Migrating and Upgrading Certification Authorities
Lesson 2: Certificate Templates
2.1 Describing the CA
2.2 Template Versions
2.3 Modifying Certificate Templates
2.4 Certificate Template Security
2.5 Designing Certificate Templates
2.6 Demo – Overview of Certificate Services
Lesson 3: CRL
3.1 Enrollments
3.2 Auto Enrollment
3.3 Choosing an Enrollment Method
3.4 Certificate Revocation
3.5 Designing Certificate Revocation
3.6 Delegating CA and Certificate Management
Lesson 4: Key Archival
4.1 Scenarios for Private Key Recovery
4.2 Options for Configuring Key Archival
4.3 Options for Configuring Key Recovery
4.4 Managing Key Archival and Recovery
4.5 Module 06 Review
➤ Module 07 - Updates
Lesson 1: WSUS Deployment
1.1 WSUS Topology
1.2 Designing a WSUS Infrastructure
1.3 Configuring WSUS Replicas
1.4 WSUS on Isolated Networks
1.5 WSUS Database
1.6 Update Storage Location
1.7 WSUS Management
1.8 Considerations for Managing Update Deployment
1.9 Demo – WSUS
Lesson 2: Using Configuration Manager 2012
2.1 Introducing Software Updates Feature in Configuration Manager
2.2 Implementing the Software Updates Feature
2.3 Software Updates Feature
2.4 Working with Software Updates Feature
2.5 The Software Update Point
2.6 Software Update Deployments
2.7 Selecting an Update Management Technology
Lesson 3: Updating Virtualization
3.1 Cluster-Aware Updating
3.2 Considerations for Configuring CAU
3.3 Update Management in VMM
3.4 Update Baseline
3.5 Considerations for Integrating WSUS and VMM
3.6 Module 07 Review
➤ Module 08 - BCP
Lesson 1: BCP
1.1 Requirements for BCP
1.2 Strategies for BCP
1.3 SLAs
1.4 Components of a Backup Strategy
1.5 Components of a Restore Strategy
1.6 Using Windows Server Backup
1.7 Using System Center 2012 DPM
1.8 Considerations for Using Windows Azure Online Backup
Lesson 2: Backups
2.1 Planning Server Backups
2.2 AD DS Backup
2.3 Backing up Windows Server 2012 Roles
2.4 Backing up File Storage
2.5 Performing Windows Server Backups with DPM
2.6 Planning a Backup Strategy
2.7 Demo – Windows Backup Utility
Lesson 3: Recovery
3.1 Planning Server Recovery
3.2 AD DS Restore
3.3 Restoring Windows Server 2012 Roles
3.4 Restoring Files and Data
3.5 Restoring Windows Servers
3.6 Performing Windows Server Restores with DPM
3.7 Recovery Strategy
3.8 Disaster Recovery Site
Lesson 4: Backup and Recovery of VMs
4.1 Options for Implementing Backups for Virtual Machines
4.2 Using DPM
4.3 Configuring DPM
4.4 Backing up VMs
4.5 Restoring VMs
4.6 Configuring Hyper-V Replica
4.7 Planning for Implementing Virtual Machine Backup and Recovery
4.8 Module 08 Review
➤ Module 09 - IDA
Lesson 1: Planning and Implementing an AD FS Server Infrastructure
1.1 What is AD FS?
1.2 Overview of AD FS Components
1.3 AD FS Operational Flow
1.4 Overview of AD FS Deployment Scenarios
1.5 Options for Implementing the AD FS Server Role
1.6 Configuring Certificates
1.7 Choosing an AD FS Deployment Scenario
1.8 Configuring High Availability for AD FS Services
1.9 Integrating AD FS with Online Services
Lesson 2: Planning and Implementing AD FS Claims Providers and Relying Parties
2.1 Overview of Claims Provider and Relying Party Roles
2.2 Overview of AD FS Compatible Applications
2.3 Options for Implementing Attribute Stores
2.4 Overview of Claims Provider Trust Components
2.5 Overview of Relying Party-Trust Components
2.6 Configuring Claims Provider Trusts
2.7 Configuring Relying Party Trusts
Lesson 3: Planning and Implementing AD FS Claims and Claim Rules
3.1 Claims
3.2 Options for Configuring Claim Rules on a Federation Trust
3.3 Creating Claim Rules by Using the Claims Rule Language
3.4 Designing AD FS Claims
3.5 Options for Interoperation with Previous Versions of AD FS
Lesson 4: Planning and Implementing an AD RMS Cluster
4.1 What is IRM?
4.2 How AD RMS Works
4.3 AD RMS Deployment Scenarios
4.4 AD RMS Components
4.5 Options for Configuring AD RMS Clusters
4.6 Guidelines for Designing AD RMS Clusters
4.7 Configuring High Availability for AD RMS Services
4.8 Planning AD RMS Management
4.9 Implementing an AD RMS Backup and Recovery Strategy
4.10 Decommissioning and Removing AD RMS
4.11 Demo – Installing an AD RMS Cluster
Lesson 5: Planning and Implementing AD RMS Templates and Policies
5.1 Options for Configuring AD RMS Rights Policy Templates
5.2 Planning for AD RMS Template Distribution
5.3 Options for Configuring AD RMS Exclusion Policies
5.4 Planning the AD RMS Super Users Group
5.5 Planning for AD RMS Client Applications
Lesson 6: Planning and Implementing External Access to AD RMS Services
6.1 Options for Enabling External Users to Access AD RMS
6.2 Options for Enabling Application Access for AD RMS Clients
6.3 Planning Trusted User Domains
6.4 Planning Trusted Publishing Domains
6.5 Integrating AD RMS with Microsoft Federation Gateway Support
6.6 Integrating AD RMS with Windows Live ID
6.7 Integrating AD RMS with AD FS
6.8 Considerations for Enabling External User Access to AD RMS
Lesson 7: Planning and Implementing AD RMS Integration with DAC
7.1 What is DAC?
7.2 Overview of Dynamic Access Control Configuration Process
7.3 Integrating AD RMS and DAC
7.4 How AD RMS Integrates with DAC
7.5 Module 09 Review
7.6 Course Closure
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