Oracle VM Server for x86: Implementation/1Z0-590

Oracle VM Server for x86: Implementation Certification Training Course Overview

Oracle VM Server for x86: Implementation Ed 2 training course enables you how to enhance cloud effectiveness with rapid deployment of cloud resources and applications. During the class, you will gain how to administer, redistribute, troubleshoot and protect Oracle VM resources to ensure seamless and continuous access of your applications. 

Audience:
  • Administrator
  • Cloud Administrator
  • Developer
  • End User
  • Implementer
  • Systems Administrator
This course prepares you for Exam 1Z0-590.

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Course Modules

Module 1: Oracle VM Manager UI and Oracle VM CLI
  • Review the major components of Oracle VM
  • Discuss the management interfaces to the Oracle VM Manager application
  • Describe the control elements and authentication for the Oracle VM Manager UI
  • Customize the Oracle VM Manager UI session
  • Access the Oracle VM CLI and and view the Oracle VM CLI logs
  • Learn how to use the Oracle VM CLI commands and custom command
  • Customize the Oracle VM CLI session
Module 2: Oracle VM Web Services
  • Introduce the Oracle VM Web Services and describe the role of the Oracle VM Web Services
  • Describe the REST interaction for the Oracle VM Web Services
  • Learn basic authentication with REST interaction
  • Demonstrate a GET and POST request with REST by using Python examples
  • Discuss REST usage for Oracle VM Web Services
  • Examine the structure of the Oracle VM Web Services SDK file
Module 3: Managing Virtual Machines
  • Discuss Oracle VM virtualization modes and how to convert an HVM guest to PVM mode
  • Learn how to create a virtual machine with installation media and by importing templates, virtual appliances, virtual machi
  • Use the P2V tool to create new templates from legacy hosts
  • Use cloning and migration
  • Discuss Inbound Migration Lock as a way to protect resources of a running virtual machine
  • Make changes to your virtual machines: Add network devices, disk resources and CPU and memory resources
Module 4: Oracle VM Guest Additions
  • Describe the Oracle VM Guest Additions feature and lists its benefits
  • Install the Oracle VM Guest Additions in a virtual machine
  • Use the messaging facility provided by the Oracle VM Guest Additions
  • Explain the role of the Oracle VM Template configuration feature
  • Learn the role of scripts and targets with Oracle VM Template configuration feature
  • Prepare a virtual machine for first-boot configuration and test the configuration
Module 5: Operations
  • Discover and rediscover Oracle VM servers and explain the discovery process
  • Remove Oracle VM servers from server pools, delete Oracle VM servers and re-install Oracle VM Servers
  • Perform operations on server pools: Add or remove Oracle VM servers, cluster operations and fencing
  • Discuss repository ownership: Oracle VM Manager ownership and cluster ownership
  • Present and unpresent repositories to Oracle VM servers, create repository exports, delete repositories, release ownership
  • Perform refresh operations in the Oracle VM environment
Module 6: Troubleshooting
  • Use logs, job details and events to identify problems
  • Perform health check on Oracle VM Manager and Oracle VM server components
  • View iSCSI multipathing information on Oracle VM servers
  • Run the VMPinfo3 tool and view the tool report
  • Generate core dumps automatically and manually for virtual machines
  • Configure serial console access for Oracle Linux guests
Module 7: Backup and Restore - D/R Concepts
  • Identify components that need to be backed up and discuss guidelines for backup operations
  • Backup and restore the Oracle VM Manager MySQL database
  • Recover from the loss of the Oracle VM Manager MySQL database
  • Learn the Oracle VM-centric and guest-centric approaches to protecting virtual machine
  • Use recovery scenarios to learn how to rebuild your Oracle VM environment
  • Learn the importance of cluster IDs and network IDs during recovery operation
  • Apply recovery information to D/R design
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

Upon completion of this course; you will be able to:

  • Expand administrative reach with the Oracle VM Web Services API
  • Create virtual machines by importing existing resources & migrating guests from other platforms
  • Perform dynamic resource changes to running virtual machines
  • Automate the configuration of virtual machines when they boot for the first time
  • Redeploy Oracle VM servers, server pools and repositories in response to changing requirements in your Oracle VM environment
  • Use tools and commands to examine the status of Oracle VM components and to identify problems
  • Identify Oracle VM components to protect and establish guidelines for backing up and restoring these components
  • Learn to recover your Oracle VM environment by using disaster scenarios
  • Integrate lessons learned during recovery to your D/R plans
  • Administer your Oracle VM environment by using the Oracle VM Manager UI and the Oracle VM CLI