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Oracle VM Server for x86: Implementation (D82656)

Detaillierter Kursinhalt

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 commands
  • Customize the Oracle VM CLI session
  • Use the Oracle VM CLI with simple scripts and by using Expect scripts
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
  • Describe the SOAP interaction to the Oracle VM Web Services
  • Discuss REST vs SOAP usage for Oracle VM Web Services
  • Examine the structure of the Oracle VM Web Services SDK file
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, assemblies, virtual machines and virtual disks
  • Learn to 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
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
  • 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/unpresent repositories to Oracle VM servers, create repository exports, delete repositories, release ownership of a repository and reclaim its ownership
  • Perform refresh operations in the Oracle VM environment
  • Use various sources to identify problems: Logs, job details and events
  • Perform health check on Oracle VM Manager and Oracle VM server components
  • View and modify iSCSI multipathing information on Oracle VM servers
  • Run the VMPinfo3 tool and view the tool report
  • Configure Kdump and netconsole on Oracle VM servers
  • Generate core dumps automatically and manually for virtual machines
  • Configure serial console access for Oracle Linux guests
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 machines
  • Use recovery scenarios to learn how to rebuild your Oracle VM environment
  • Learn the importance of cluster IDs and network IDs during recovery operations
  • Apply recovery information to D/R design