Implementing Microsoft Hyper-V on Data ONTAP

Course Details
Code: NA-IMPMSHV
Tuition (USD): $1,800.00 • Classroom (2 days)
$1,800.00 • Virtual (2 days)

Learn how to implement Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization solutions on NetAp Data ONTA 7-Mode and clustered Data ONTAP. In this course, you learn how to deploy the Microsof Window Server 2012 virtual infrastructure on Data ONTAP storage. The exercises use clustered Data ONTAP.

Skills Gained

  • By the end of this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V virtualization solution
  • Articulate the NetApp value proposition when integrating the Data ONTAP operating system with virtualization solutions
  • Configure physical and virtual infrastructures
  • Provision a virtual infrastructure with Data ONTAP storage
  • Create, migrate, and clone virtual machines
  • Protect a Hyper-V virtual infrastructure
  • Monitor and optimize the Hyper-V virtual infrastructure with PowerShell

Who Can Benefit

  • NetApp employees, channel partners, and customers

Prerequisites

  • NetApp core technical training or equivalent knowledge
  • NetApp SAN core technical training or equivalent knowledge
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft virtualization

Course Details

Implementing Microsoft Hyper-V on Data ONTAP

  • Module 1 Hyper-V StorageDescribe the Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization platform
  • List operating systems and storage layouts that are supported for NetApp storage with Hyper-V
  • Install Hyper-V on a Windows server
  • Explain why the Data ONTAP operating system is the ideal storage platform for Hyper-V
  • Configure a two-node storage system that runs the clustered Data ONTAP operating systemModule 2 Hyper-V FC ConnectivityConfigure and verify FC connectivity in the Data ONTAP operating system
  • Configure and verify FC connectivity in Hyper-V
  • Configure LUN access in the Data ONTAP operating systemModule 3 Hyper-V iSCSI ConnectivityConfigure and verify iSCSI connectivity in the Data ONTAP operating system
  • Configure and verify iSCSI connectivity in Hyper-V
  • Configure LUN access in the Data ONTAP operating systemModule 4 Hyper-V SMB Connectivity PreviewIdentify SMB 3.0 as a new connectivity option for Microsoft Hyper-V 3.0
  • Explain how SMB 3.0 addresses these types of failures:
  • Intermittent network failure
  • Hyper-V node failure
  • Storage node failure
  • Module 5 Hyper-V ConfigurationDescribe the Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) feature
  • Configure an NTFS simple volume as storage for a virtual machine (VM)
  • Configure and use NetApp SnapDrive for Windows to provision a disk
  • Use NetApp LUNs to create VMs
  • Migrate VMware VMs to Hyper-VModule 6 Hyper-V OptimizationIdentify and fix alignment issues within a Hyper-V environment
  • Implement NetApp storage efficiency techniques for Hyper-V environments
  • List Windows optimization features for Hyper-V environmentsModule 7 Hyper-V ProtectionDescribe the software that virtualization administrators can use to manage Hyper-V
  • Describe the NetApp plug-in for System Center
  • Explain how to use the live migration and storage migration methods to manage VMs
  • Explain how to use SnapDrive for Windows to back up and recover VMs
  • Describe backup and recovery procedures that you should follow when using SnapManager for Hyper-V (SMHV)
  • List the SnapMirror topologies for the Data ONTAP operating systemModule 8 Hyper-V PowerShellDescribe Microsoft PowerShell
  • Configure a Microsoft Windows host to work with the Data ONTAP Software Development Kit (SDK)
  • Explain how to use the Data ONTAP SDK to script storage features ?List the ways that you can use PowerShell
  • Explain how to create scripts
  • Examine how to use PowerShell to configure the clustered Data ONTAP operating system
  • List basic Hyper-V PowerShell cmdletsLab Exercise
  • Lab 1-1 Identify the exercise environment
  • Lab 1-2 Log in to the exercise environment
  • Lab 1-3 Install NetApp OnCommand System Manager
  • Lab 1-4 Create a cluster
  • Lab 1-5 Add the cluster to NetApp OnCommand System Manager
  • Lab 1-6 Join a node to the cluster
  • Lab 1-7 Set up a Hyper-V role on Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Lab 3-1 Set up a multipath I/O Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Lab 3-2 Install the Host Utilities Kit on Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Lab 3-3 Create an aggregate for a vServer
  • Lab 3-4 Use NetApp OnCommand System Manager to create a vServer for iSCSI
  • Lab 3-5 Configure NIC teaming on Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Lab 3-6 Configure iSCSI sessions to Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Lab 3-7 Confirm iSCSI sessions on the Data ONTAP operating system
  • Lab 5-1 Verify a Hyper-V virtual IP infrastructure
  • Lab 5-2 Create a local administrative account for NetApp software
  • Lab 5-3 Install NetApp SnapDrive for Windows on Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Lab 5-4 Configure clustered Data ONTAP for SnapDrive for Windows
  • Lab 5-5 Update the Windows hosts file for SnapDrive for Windows
  • Lab 5-6 Create a Windows iSCSI disk with SnapDrive for Windows
  • Lab 5-7 Create a VM with a VHD stored on a NetApp iSCSI disk
  • Lab 5-8 Create a VM using an existing VHD
  • Lab 6-1 Move to VHD to a new location
  • Lab 6-2 Create a clone of a LUN of Hyper-V VMS
  • Lab 6-3 Discover and add a VM from the clone to Hyper-V
  • Lab 6-4 Enable deduplication on a flexible volume
  • Lab 7-1 Use SnapDrive for Windows to back up a VM with a Snapshot copy
  • Lab 7-2 Use SnapDrive for Windows to recover a VM from a Snapshot copy
  • Lab 7-3 Install SnapManager for Hyper-V
  • Lab 7-4 Configure SnapManager for Hyper-V to work with Hyper-V Server
  • Lab 7-5 Configure SnapManager for Hyper-V to work with Hyper-V Server
  • Lab 7-6 Create datasets and policies in SnapManager for Hyper-V
  • Lab 7-7 Use SnapManager for Hyper-V to back up a VM
  • Lab 7-8 Use SnapManager for Hyper-V to recover a VM
  • Lab 7-9 Configure a disaster recovery vServer
  • Lab 7-10 Update the Windows hosts file for Snapdrive for Windows
  • Lab 7-11 Configure a SnapMirror relationship
  • Lab 7-12 Use SnapMirror software to update a mirror relationship for a VHD
  • Lab 7-13 Use SnapMirror software to recover a VHD
  • Lab 8-1 Set up the Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit
  • Lab 8-2 Explore the toolkit help
  • Lab 8-3 Use PowerShell to connect to the cluster
  • Lab 8-4 Use PowerShell to create an aggregate
  • Lab 8-5 Use PowerShell to create a vServer
  • Lab 8-6 Use PowerShell to configure an iSCSI service
  • Lab 8-7 Use PowerShell to create a SnapDrive disk
  • Lab 8-8 Use PowerShell to create Hyper-V