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System Center 2016: Building Clouds


Learn how to build, configure, and secure private clouds using System Center 2016.

Enrollment is Closed

About this course

This course builds on the skills that are taught in INF262x, System Center 2016: Building a Datacenter Fabric. In this course, you’ll learn how to create, configure, and secure cloud resources. You’ll also learn how to implement and manage Self-Service.

The coursework covers managing cloud capacity, how to ensure efficient resource usage, managing roles and secuirty, assigning quotas and delegating permissions, and how to implement Self-Service.

What you'll learn

  • The different types of clouds and private cloud considerations
  • Creating clouds in Virtual Machine Manager and configuring capacity and capability
  • Creating user roles, permission delegation, and assing quotas
  • Creating Self-Service user roles and configuring permisstions for Self-Service users

Prerequisites

Students should have completed the Windows Server 2016 Fundamentals XSeries or have equivalent experience with networking, virtual machines, and managing IT infrastructure.

Meet the instructors

Corey Hynes

Corey Hynes

Infrastructure Consultant

Corey J Hynes is an infrastructure consultant who has been working in IT for 17 years. Corey specializes in core infrastructure and virtualization technologies including Windows Server, Hyper-V, VDI, and System Center.

  1. Course Number

    INF263x
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  3. Classes End

  4. Estimated Effort

    Total 24 to 30 hours