Red Hat Virtualisation overview
Explain the purpose and architecture of Red Hat Virtualisation.
Install and configure Red Hat Virtualisation
Install a minimal Red Hat Virtualisation environment and use it to create a virtual machine.
Create and manage datacenters and clusters
Organise hypervisors into groups using datacenters and clusters.
Manage user accounts and roles
Configure user accounts using a central directory service, then use roles to assign access to resources based on job responsibilities.
Adding physical hosts
Add additional Red Hat Virtualisation hosts automatically, and move and remove hosts from datacenters as needed.
Scale Red Hat Virtualisation infrastructure
Add Red Hat Virtualisation hosts automatically, configure Red Hat Enterprise Linux hosts when appropriate, and move and remove hosts from data centers as needed.
Manage Red Hat Virtualisation networks
Separate network traffic into multiple networks on one or more interfaces to improve the performance and security of Red Hat Virtualisation.
Manage Red Hat Virtualisation storage
Create and manage data and ISO storage domains.
Deploy and manage virtual machines
Operate virtual machines in the Red Hat Virtualisation environment.
Migrate virtual machines
Migrate and control automatic migration of virtual machines.
Manage virtual machine images
Manage virtual machine snapshots and disk images.
Automating virtual machine deployment
Automate deployment of virtual machines by using templates and cloud-init.
Back up and upgrade Red Hat Virtualisation
Back up, restore, and upgrade the software in a Red Hat Virtualisation environment.
Explore high-availability practices
Explain procedures to improve the resilience and reliability of Red Hat Virtualisation by removing single points of failure and implementing high-availability features.
Perform comprehensive review
Demonstrate skills learned in this course by installing and configuring Red Hat Virtualisation; using the platform to create and manage virtual machines; and backing up and updating components of Red Hat Virtualisation.