Duration: 3 Days
Xen is an open-source virtualisation technology providing the ability to run multiple operating systems on one physical machine. Due to the nature of Xen, there is only a minimal loss of performance of the operating systems when compared to a native install.
Several operating systems are supported including Solaris, Linux, FreeBSD, Windows and NetBSD.
The Xen Virtualisation course is based on the open-source version of Xen using Enterprise Linux 5 as the host operating system. The course starts by giving an overview of virtualisation methods and continues with the installation of Xen on Enterprise Linux 5 and installation and management of various hosts operating systems.
Topics Covered In This Course
Xen and virtualisation overview
Installation of Xen on RHEL5
Creation of Xen virtual machines
Xen management tools
Xen storage options
Encrypting guest filesystems
Migration of Xen instances
Who Should Take This Course
Experienced Linux Administrators who require to utilise Xen virtualisation to host a number of operating systems.
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