The 2019 storage course is aimed to help you understand management of storage and compute by using Windows Server 2019. You will also learn how to manage storage disks and pools using a Windows server, advance labs of high availability solutions using FOC and NLB, how to get your 1st docker and create container, in addition to system updates and monitoring.
This course is for students who have accomplished windows server 2019 Active Directory and Network and want to take a step further towards MCSA 2019. So this is one of the 3 courses that you’ll have to study to achieve MCSA 2019.
***For students directly joining this course, kindly check Course 1 : Set Windows Server 2019 Network, to build your Lab and prepare the infrastructure. In this course we will not teach how we created the virtual environment. ***
This course can be divided into following topics:
A- Core server.
B- Disks and storage pools.
C- Hyper-V nested virtualization, 1st step toward docker and containers.
D- Deep understanding of failover clustering.
E- Network load balancing.
F- MDT & WSUS to deploy images and updates over the network.
Detailed description of Modules as follows:
Section 1: We will teach you how to install and configure a core server.
Section 2: We have to spend some time with local storage, Windows RAID, Storage tools and VHD.
Section 3: is about iSCSI disks and Multipath I/O (MPIO).
Section 4: is about Storage pools, Storage Tiering, and Data Deduplication.
Section 5: is about providing the overview of Hyper-V nested virtualization.
Section 6: Our main step towards Docker and Containers. we will see how to install, configure, and manage containers by using Windows PowerShell and Docker.
Section 7: High availability and disaster recovery, we will study failover clustering(FOC), how to prepare your network, evaluate and configure FOC, and add File server roles to FOC.
Section 8: Provide high availability for Hyper-V using FOC .
Section 9: We will learn how to migrate Hyper-V storage into Failover Clustering.
Section 10: We have another High Availability technique, the NLB(Network Load balancing) which is going to support IIS to provide high availability for web hosting.
Section 11: We will discuss another PXE server tool, the MDT to deploy images over network.
Section 12: Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) is going to centralize updates in our network.
Finally In the last segment which is section 13, we will discuss a quick view for on box monitoring tools.
By finishing this course you have the right skills to be recognized as MCSA 2019.
Just like our students, we are Tech enthusiasts and our aim here is not to just add a course and forget about it. We will be updating the course regularly with more LABS , theoretical topics and even exam pools.
As soon as Microsoft releases the official exam codes or adds any additional topics , our students will be the first one to gain access.