About this course:
In this course, you will teach Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) which emphasis libvirt, Xen, and QEMU. After completion of this course, you have the knowledge of how these and other connected open source components may be compiled to develop a virtual Information Technology infrastructure. This course emphasis on securing the administering solutions, virtual infrastructure, and practical deployment skills. Additionally, this course provides a detailed overview of using containers. The lab exercises in this course focused on deployment, integration with networking infrastructure, snapshots and virtual images, device pass-through, VM creation and maintenance, and more.
Open Source Virtualization involves an in-depth exploration into Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) and Xen, use and deployment of containers, hypervisor virtualization technologies in the open-source ecosystem. This course helps you to understand the technical knowledge of the components to create and manage a modern virtual Information Technology infrastructure.
This course is designed to handle and resolve the issues that commonly arise in the enterprise world. In this course, you will study how containers, Xen, and KVM can be utilized in business environments. Additionally, the practical lab helps the candidates to obtain a real world experience of usual virtualization issues and how to deal with them.
After completion of this training, candidates have the knowledge and skills to:
- Understand how to assemble Kernel-based Virtual Machine and other components into an efficient and robust virtual Information Technology infrastructure
- Know the function of Xen and KVM perform in the virtualization ecosystem
The Open Source Virtualization course is intended for technical IT professionals engaged in developing an efficient, reliable, and open virtualization infrastructure with Kernel-based Virtual Machine. Candidates are required to have the skills covered in the lower-level Linux Foundation System Administration courses. Also, they are expected to have the knowledge of Linux command line usage, text file editing, and shell scripting.