Sun Virtualization: Solaris 10 Containers Administration

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    Course Overview The Solaris 10 Containers Administration course provides a practical, hands-on, guided experience working with Suns virtualization capabilities, collectively known as Solaris Containers. Solaris Zones and Solaris Resource Controls combine to create Solaris Containers. In this course you gain the knowledge critical to properly implement and manage these important capabilities in the Solaris Operating System. The hands-on labs offered … READ MORE

    Course Overview

    The Solaris 10 Containers Administration course provides a practical, hands-on, guided experience working with Suns virtualization capabilities, collectively known as Solaris Containers. Solaris Zones and Solaris

    Resource Controls combine to create Solaris Containers. In this course you gain the knowledge critical to properly implement and manage these important capabilities in the Solaris Operating System. The hands-on labs offered in this course involve accessing equipment that resides at a location other than where the training is delivered. Students who can benefit from this course

    System Administrators who intend to implement Solaris Zones and Resource Controls on production systems, and individuals who support systems that are configured to use these Solaris capabilities.

    A Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form.

    Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.

    Prerequisites

    • Describe UNIX devices and common administration concepts
    • Perform basic UNIX tasks
    • Use the vi text editor
    • Administer systems at a level consistent with having complet
    • Administer systems at a level consistent with having completed the Solaris System Administration part 1 and 2 courses
    • Administer the Solaris 10 operating system

    Course Objectives

    • Describe Solaris zones architecture and configure zones
    • Connect storage to zones
    • Manage packages and patches when zones are present
    • Configure persistent resource pools
    • Configure many zone resource management features
    • Perform zone advanced network management
    • Rename, move, clone and migrate Solaris zones
    • Backup and restore zones
    • Configure lx branded zones

    Course Topics

    Virtualization Trends in the Datacenter

    Describe the need for virtualization

    Describe the benefits of a dynamic datacenter

    Describe Sun virtualization technologies

    Describing Solaris Zones and Containers

    Describe zone features

    Describe zone concepts

    Describe zone types

    Identify zone daemons

    Describe zone models

    Describe zone networking

    Describe zone states

    Creating, Installing, and Booting Zones

    Configure and verify zones

    Export zone configurations

    Install zones

    Boot and halt zones

    Access a running zone from the global zone

    Complete zone system identification steps in various ways

    Connect Storage to Zones

    Describe different ways to make storage available to zones

    Use UFS with zones

    Use LOFS with zones

    Use ZFS with zones

    Managing Packages and Patches Within Zones

    Describe package management features for zones

    Use package commands with zones

    Describe patch management features for zones

    Use patch commands with zones

    Describe Solaris 10 OS system update methods available when zones are configured

    Configuring Persistent Resource Pools

    Describe resource management concepts

    Describe resource pool concepts

    Configure a persistent resource pool

    Bind one or more zones to a persistent pool

    Change a running zones pool binding

    Configuring Resource Management With Zones

    Describe new zone resource management features in the Solaris 10 OS 8/07 release

    Describe and implement use of the Fair Share Scheduler class

    Configure temporary resource pools using zone configurations

    Configure CPU shares for zones

    Configure memory capping for zones

    Performing Zone Advanced Network Management

    Describe IP multi-pathing (IPMP)

    Configure IPMP to support a shared-IP zone

    Configure exclusive-IP zones

    Configure IPMP with exclusive-IP zones

    Renaming, Moving, Cloning and Migrating Zones

    Rename zones

    Move zones

    Clone zones

    Migrate zones from one system to another

    Performing Zone Backups and Restores

    Describe creating backups on systems with zones installed

    Relate non-global zone configurations to backup and recovery requirements

    Make zone backups from the global zone

    Make various backups from the non-global zone

    Understand limitations on backing up loopback file system directories

    Save and restore non-global zone configuration information

    Configuring the lx Branded Zone

    Describe branded zones

    Plan, configure, and install an lx branded zone

    Boot an lx branded zone

    Configure lx branded zone networking

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