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Mastering Hyper-V 2012 R2 with System Center and Windows Azure [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

John Savill
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction xix
 
Chapter 1 * Introduction to Virtualization and Microsoft Solutions 1
 
The Evolution of the Datacenter 1
 
One Box, One Operating System 1
 
How Virtualization Has Changed the Way Companies Work and Its Key Values 5
 
History of Hyper-V 10
 
Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Features 12
 
Windows Server 2008 R2 Changes 13
 
Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 15
 
Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Changes 16
 
Windows Server 2012 R2 21
 
Licensing of Hyper-V 23
 
One Operating System (Well, Two, but Really One) 24
 
Choosing the Version of Hyper-V 26
 
The Role of System Center with Hyper-V 27
 
System Center Confi guration Manager 28
 
System Center Virtual Machine Manager and App Controller 28
 
System Center Operations Manager 28
 
System Center Data Protection Manager 29
 
System Center Service Manager 29
 
System Center Orchestrator 30
 
Clouds and Services 30
 
The Bottom Line 32
 
Chapter 2 * Virtual Machine Resource Fundamentals 35
 
Understanding VMBus 35
 
The Anatomy of a Virtual Machine 38
 
Generation 1 Virtual Machine 39
 
Generation 2 Virtual Machine 44
 
Processor Resources 47
 
Virtual Processor to Logical Processor Scheduling 49
 
Processor Assignment 52
 
NUMA Support 57
 
Memory Resources 60
 
Virtual Storage 67
 
VHD 67
 
VHDX 69
 
Creating a Virtual Hard Disk 70
 
Pass-Through Storage 72
 
The Bottom Line 72
 
Chapter 3 * Virtual Networking 75
 
Virtual Switch Fundamentals 75
 
Three Types of Virtual Switch 75
 
Creating a Virtual Switch 78
 
Extensible Switch 80
 
VLANs and PVLANS 83
 
Understanding VLANs 83
 
VLANs and Hyper-V 86
 
PVLANs 87
 
How SCVMM Simplifies Networking with Hyper-V 91
 
SCVMM Networking Architecture 92
 
Deploying Networking with SCVMM 2012 R2 97
 
Network Virtualization 112
 
Network Virtualization Overview 112
 
Implementing Network Virtualization 117
 
Useful Network Virtualization Commands 119
 
Network Virtualization Gateway 124
 
Summary 131
 
VMQ, RSS, and SR-IOV 132
 
SR-IOV 132
 
DVMQ 136
 
RSS and vRSS 138
 
NIC Teaming 141
 
Host Virtual Adapters and Types of Networks Needed in a Hyper-V Host 143
 
Types of Guest Network Adapters 147
 
Monitoring Virtual Traffic 150
 
The Bottom Line 152
 
Chapter 4 * Storage Configurations 153
 
Storage Fundamentals and VHDX 153
 
Types of Controllers 156
 
Common VHDX Maintenance Actions 157
 
Performing Dynamic VHDX Resize 159
 
Storage Spaces and Windows as a Storage Solution 160
 
Server Message Block (SMB) Usage 166
 
SMB Technologies 166
 
Using SMB for Hyper-V Storage 172
 
iSCSI with Hyper-V 173
 
Using the Windows iSCSI Target 175
 
Using the Windows iSCSI Initiator 177
 
Considerations for Using iSCSI 178
 
Understanding Virtual Fibre Channel 178
 
Leveraging Shared VHDX 186
 
Data Deduplication and Hyper-V 188
 
Storage Quality of Service 189
 
SAN Storage and SCVMM 191
 
The Bottom Line 193
 
Chapter 5 * Managing Hyper-V 195
 
Installing Hyper-V 195
 
Using Configuration Levels 197
 
Enabling the Hyper-V Role 198
 
Actions after Installation of Hyper-V .200
 
Deploying Hyper-V Servers with SCVMM 202
 
Hyper-V Management Tools 203
 
Using Hyper-V Manager 205
 
Core Actions Using PowerShell 210
 
Securing the Hyper-V Server 214
 
Creating and Managing a Virtual Machine 214
 
Creating and Using Hyper-V Templates 219
 
Hyper-V Integration Services and Supported Operating Systems 229
 
Migrating Physical Servers and Virtual Machines to Hyper-V Virtual Machines 233
 
Upgrading and Migrating from Previous Versions 236
 
Stand-Alone Hosts 237
 
Clusters 237
 
The Bottom Line 241
 
Chapter 6 * Maintaining a Hyper-V Environment 243
 
Patch Planning and Implementation 243
 
Leveraging WSUS 244
 
Patching Hyper-V Clusters 245
 
Malware Configurations 248
 
Backup Planning 249
 
Defragmentation with Hyper-V 252
 
Using Checkpoints 254
 
Using Service Templates 258
 
Performance Tuning and Monitoring with Hyper-V 261
 
Resource Metering 265
 
Monitoring 270
 
The Bottom Line 271
 
Chapter 7 * Failover Clustering and Migration Technologies 273
 
Failover Clustering Basics 273
 
Understanding Quorum and Why It's Important 275
 
Quorum Basics 276
 
Modifying Cluster Vote Configuration 282
 
Advanced Quorum Options and Forcing Quorums 284
 
Geographically Distributed Clusters 286
 
Why Use Clustering with Hyper-V? 287
 
Service Monitoring 288
 
Protected Network 291
 
Cluster-Aware Updating 291
 
Where to Implement High Availability 292
 
Configuring a Hyper-V Cluster 295
 
Cluster Network Requirements and Configurations 296
 
Performing Cluster Validation 303
 
Creating a Cluster 306
 
Creating Clusters with SCVMM 307
 
Using Cluster Shared Volumes 310
 
Making a Virtual Machine a Clustered Virtual Machine 314
 
Live Migration 316
 
Windows Server 2012 Live Migration Enhancements 320
 
Live Storage Move 321
 
Shared Nothing Live Migration 326
 
Configuring Constrained Delegation 328
 
Initiating Simultaneous Migrations Using PowerShell 330
 
Windows Server 2012 R2 Live Migration Enhancements 330
 
Dynamic Optimization and Resource Balancing 332
 
The Bottom Line 336
 
Chapter 8 * Hyper-V Replica and Cloud Orchestration 339
 
The Need for Disaster Recovery and DR Basics 339
 
Asynchronous vs. Synchronous Replication 341
 
Introduction to Hyper-V Replica 342
 
Enabling Hyper-V Replica 344
 
Configuring Hyper-V Replica 346
 
Using Hyper-V Replica Broker 352
 
Performing Hyper-V Replica Failover 353
 
Sizing a Hyper-V Replica Solution 359
 
Using Hyper-V Replica Cloud Orchestration for Automated Failover 361
 
Overview of Hyper-V Recovery Manager 362
 
Getting Started with HRM 363
 
Architecting the Right Disaster Recovery Solution 367
 
The Bottom Line 368
 
Chapter 9 * Implementing the Private Cloud and SCVMM 369
 
The Benefits of the Private Cloud 369
 
Private Cloud Components 374
 
SCVMM Fundamentals 376
 
Installation 377
 
SCVMM Management Console 379
 
Libraries 382
 
Creating a Private Cloud Using System Center Virtual Machine Manager 386
 
Granting Users Access to the Private Cloud with App Controller 393
 
Installation and Initial Configuration 394
 
User Interaction with App Controller 396
 
Enabling Workflows and Advanced Private Cloud Concepts Using Service Manager and Orchestrator 399
 
How the Rest of System Center Fits into Your Private Cloud Architecture 402
 
The Bottom Line 405
 
Chapter 10 * Remote Desktop Services 407
 
Remote Desktop Services and Bring Your Own Device 407
 
Microsoft Desktop and Session Virtualization Technologies 411
 
RD Web Access 413
 
RD Connection Broker 414
 
RD Virtualization Host 415
 
RD Gateway 415
 
Requirements for a Complete Desktop Virtualization Solution 416
 
Creating the VDI Template 420
 
Deploying a New VDI Collection Using Scenario-Based Deployment 423
 
Using RemoteFX 429
 
Remote Desktop Protocol Capabilities 433
 
Choosing the Right Desktop Virtualization Technology 436
 
The Bottom Line 439
 
Chapter 11 * Windows Azure IaaS and Storage 441
 
Understanding Public Cloud "as a Service" 441
 
When Public Cloud Services Are the Best Solution 443
 
Windows Azure 101 447
 
Windows Azure Compute 447
 
Windows Azure Data Services 449
 
Windows Azure App Services 450
 
Windows Azure Network 451
 
Capabilities of Azure IaaS and How It Is Purchased 451
 
Creating Virtual Machines in Azure IaaS 460
 
Managing with PowerShell 471
 
Windows Azure Virtual Networks 474
 
Linking On-Premises Networks with Azure IaaS 483
 
Migrating Virtual Machines between Hyper-V and Azure IaaS 486
 
Leveraging Azure Storage 487
 
The Bottom Line 490
 
Chapter 12 * Bringing It All Together with a Best-of-Breed Cloud Solution 491
 
Which Is the Right Technology To Choose? 491
 
Consider the Public Cloud 492
 
Decide If a Server Workload Should Be Virtualized 496
 
Do I Want a Private Cloud? 498
 
Enabling Single Pane of Glass Management 499
 
The Bottom Line 501
 
Chapter 13 * Th e Hyper-V Decoder Ring for the VMware Administrator 503
 
Overview of the VMware Solution and Key Differences from Hyper-V 503
 
Translating Key VMware Technologies and Actions to Hyper-V 506
 
Translations 506
 
Most Common Misconceptions 511
 
Converting VMware Skills to Hyper-V and System Center 514
 
Migrating from VMware to Hyper-V 515
 
The Bottom Line 517
 
Appendix * The Bottom Line 519
 
Chapter 1: Introduction to Virtualization and Microsoft Solutions 519
 
Chapter 2: Virtual Machine Resource Fundamentals 520
 
Chapter 3: Virtual Networking 521
 
Chapter 4: Storage Configurations 522
 
Chapter 5: Managing Hyper-V 522
 
Chapter 6: Maintaining a Hyper-V Environment 523
 
Chapter 7: Failover Clustering and Migration Technologies 524
 
Chapter 8: Hyper-V Replica and Cloud Orchestration 525
 
Chapter 9: Implementing the Private Cloud and SCVMM 526
 
Chapter 10: Remote Desktop Services 526
 
Chapter 11: Windows Azure IaaS and Storage 527
 
Chapter 12: Bringing It All Together with a Best-of-Breed Cloud Solution 528
 
Chapter 13: The Hyper-V Decoder Ring for the VMware Administrator 529
 
Index 531

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