Implementing High Availability in Windows Server 2016

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Windows services these days nearly never stands alone. Our needs for always-on applications means just about everything you manage must be made highly available. This course, Implementing High Availability in Windows Server 2016, discusses the range of high availability technologies now available in Windows Server 2016 for Hyper-V as well as other common Windows services. You'll explore the preparation, configuration, and management of Windows Failover Clustering, both with and without Storage Spaces Direct. You'll also dig into Storage Replica, Hyper-V Replica, Network Load Balancing, Shared Nothing Live Migration, Stretch Clustering, among a range of other out-of-the-box technologies for Windows workloads. By the end of this course, you will have the foundational knowledge to be able to implement a highly available Windows Server 2016 environment.
  • Course Overview
    • Course Overview
  • Introduction
    • Introduction
    • If You're Following Along
  • Implement High Availability and Disaster Recovery Options in Hyper-V
    • Introduction
    • Understand Hyper-V Migration
    • Configure CredSSP or Kerberos Authentication Protocol for Live Migration
    • Implement Shared Nothing Live Migration
    • Prepare an SMB3 Share for Hyper-V
    • Implement Storage Migration
    • Implement Live Migration
    • Implement Hyper-V Replica
    • What This Module Covered
  • Implement Failover Clustering
    • Introduction
    • Understand Windows Failover Clustering Architectures
    • Configure Cluster Networking
    • Configure Cluster Storage
    • Configure iSCSI Persistence
    • Prepare Cluster Disks
    • Create a Windows Failover Cluster
    • Implement Workgroup, Single, and Multi-domain Clusters
    • Understand Quorum
    • Configure Quorum
    • Implement Cluster Aware Updating
    • Implement Cluster OS Rolling Upgrade
    • Restore Single Node or Cluster Configuration
    • Determine Usage Scenarios for Guest Clustering
    • What This Module Covered
  • Manage Failover Clustering
    • Introduction
    • Configure Role-specific Settings
    • Create a Clustered File Server
    • Configure Failover and Preference Settings
    • Test Cluster Node Failure
    • Determine Scenarios for SOFS vs. Clustered File Server
    • Implement a Stretch Failover Cluster
    • Configure Stretch Cluster Site Awareness
    • Prepare Storage for Storage Replica
    • Test Storage Replica Topology
    • Implement Storage Replica
    • What This Module Covered
  • Implement Storage Spaces Direct
    • Introduction
    • Determine Scenario Requirements for S2D
    • Understand S2D Resiliency Configurations
    • Implement a Hyperconverged S2D Cluster
    • Enable S2D Using Windows PowerShell
    • Configure and Optimize CSVs
    • Create Hyper-V VMs in a Hyperconverged S2D Cluster
    • Implement a Disaggregated S2D Cluster
    • Implement SOFS
    • Create Hyper-V VMs in a Disaggregated S2D Cluster
    • What This Module Covered
  • Manage VM Movement in Clustered Nodes
    • Introduction
    • Perform a Live/Quick/Storage Migration
    • Import, Export, and Copy VMs
    • Configure Drain on Shutdown
    • Configure VM Network Health Protection
    • Configure VM Monitoring
    • Enable and Configure Node Fairness
    • Configure a Guest Cluster Including Shared VHDX and VHD Sets
    • What This Module Covered
  • Implement Network Load Balancing
    • Introduction
    • Configure NLB Prerequisites
    • Install NLB Nodes
    • Configure Cluster Operation Mode
    • Configure Port Rules
    • Configure Affinity
    • Add an NLB Node
    • Validate NLB Cluster Creation
    • Manage NLB Services
    • Upgrade an NLB Cluster
    • What This Module Covered
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