Bogdan
Tarla
Lucian
Constantin
Cezar
Barbu
Alina
Stanculescu
Andrei
Neagu
Teodor
Darabeanu
Valy
Greavu

2008-MOC6435B Designing Windows Server 2008 Network and Applications Infrastructure


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Pret lista: 549 EUR (fara TVA) Durata: 5 zile (40 ore)
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3-5  trainees  466 Euro without VAT / trainee (-15% off)
6-8  trainees  439 Euro without VAT / trainee (-20% off)
>=9 trainees  384 Euro without VAT / trainee (-30% off)
About this course
This five-day course will provide students with an understanding of how to design a Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure that meets business and technical requirements for network services.  This three-day course will prepare IT professionals for the role of Enterprise Administrator. Students will learn how to design application infrastructure solutions based on Windows Server 2008 to meet varying business and technical requirements.
Audience profile
This course is intended for IT Professionals who typically work as Enterprise Administrators and that wish to obtain skills that enable them to design a Windows Server® 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 network and application Infrastructure. This course is also for Enterprise Administrators or for IT Professionals who have been working on a previous version of Windows Server and want to update their skills to a Windows Server 2008 environment. Students may already be, or have been, working as server administrators involved in planning and design decisions at a server level, and who wish to gain skills and knowledge that enable them to transition to Enterprise level design decisions. The application infrastructure components of the course will focus primarily on web-based applications, application and presentation virtualization options and Remote Desktop Services. Application architects who want to know more about how to integrate Windows Server 2008 technologies into enterprise applications will also benefit from this course.
At course completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:
•Design a plan for allocating IP addresses to workstations and servers
•Design an appropriate name resolution system that incorporates DNS.
•Design an appropriate name resolution system that incorporates DNS and NetBIOS name resolution
•Design a solution for network access.
•Design a secure network.
•Design an appropriate application deployment solution for a given scenario.
•Identify how Remote Desktop Services can be implemented and select an appropriate method for a given scenario
•Design IIS for Web-based applications.
•Design file and print service specific to the needs of a given scenario
•Design file replication and caching to support branch office and mobile users.
•Identify different ways that applications and data can be configured to support business continuity and select an appropriate method for a given scenario
•Design a virtualization infrastructure.
•Design and implement a WSUS solution.
Course Outline
Module 1: Designing IP Addressing and Configuration
This module describes how to design a strategy for allocating IP addresses to workstations and servers in Windows Server 2008. The module also describes how to design DHCP implementation and the configuration options that are available.
Lessons
Designing an IPv4 Addressing Scheme
Designing an IPv6 Addressing Scheme
Designing an IPv6 Transition Strategy
Designing an IPv4 DHCP Implementation
Planning DHCP Scope Configuration
Lab : Designing and Implementing IP Addressing in Windows Server 2008
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Design an IPv4 addressing scheme.
Design an IPv6 addressing scheme.
Develop an IPv6 transition strategy.
Design a DHCP implementation.
Plan DHCP scope configuration and options.
Module 2: Designing Name Resolution
This module explains how to design an appropriate name resolution strategy that incorporates DNS. The module also covers DNS namespaces, DNS zone implementation, replication, and delegation.
Lessons
Collecting Information for a Name Resolution Design 
Designing a DNS Server Strategy
Designing a DNS Namespace
Designing DNS Zone Implementation
Designing Zone Replication and Delegation
Lab : Designing and Implementing a Name Resolution Strategy in Windows Server 2008
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Determine the information required to plan name resolution.
Design a DNS server strategy.
Design a DNS namespace.
Design a DNS zone strategy.
Design a DNS zone replication strategy.
Module 3: Designing Advanced Name Resolution
This module explains how to design an advanced name resolution strategy by optimizing DNS queries, designing DNS for high availability, and designing a NetBios name resolution plan.
Lessons
Optimizing DNS Queries
Designing DNS for High Availability and Security
Designing a NetBIOS Name Resolution Strategy
Lab : Designing and Implementing Advanced Name Resolution in Windows Server 2008
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Optimize DNS resolution.
Design DNS for high availability and security.
Design a NetBIOS name resolution strategy.
Module 4: Designing Network Access
This module explains how to design a network access solution. The module also describes how to secure network access, design a strategy for RADIUS authentication with NPS, design wireless access,  and Internet connectivity.
Lessons
Securing and Controlling Network Access
Designing Remote Access Services
Designing RADIUS Authentication with Network Policy Services
Designing Wireless Access
Designing Internet Connectivity and Perimeter Networks
Lab : Designing and Implementing a Network Access Solution
Lab : Designing a Network Access Solution
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Secure and control network access.
Design remote access services.
Design a Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) solution.
Design wireless access.
Design a perimeter network.
Describe how to design network infrastructure to support Windows 7 DirectAccess.
Module 5: Designing Network Security
This module explains how to design a network security plan. The module describes the defense-in-depth model for network security and explains how to implement Windows Firewall and NAP policies.
Lessons
Overview of Network Security Design
Identifying and Analyzing Threats to Network Security
Designing a Windows Firewall Implementation
Designing a Network Access Protection Infrastructure
Lab : Designing a Network Security Plan
Lab : Designing and Implementing a Windows Firewall Solution
Lab : Designing and Implementing NAP
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe the network security design process.
Describe how to identify and analyze threats to network security.
Describe a Windows Firewall implementation.
Design a NAP infrastructure.
Module 6: Designing Application Deployment
This explains how to design application deployment. This includes deployment of local applications, virtual applications, and virtual desktop. 
Lessons
Overview of Application Deployment
Designing Deployment of Local Applications
Designing Deployment of Virtual Applications
Designing Deployment of Virtual Desktops
Lab : Designing Application Deployment
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe the different ways that you can deploy applications to users.
Select an appropriate way to deploy desktop applications.
Determine how to use Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) and Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (Med-V) for application deployment.
Determine how to use virtual desktops for application deployment.
Module 7: Designing Remote Desktop Services
This module explains how to design remote desktop services. This includes designing RemoteApp, remote connectivity for RDS, and planning a monitoring and management strategy for RDS.
Lessons
Designing Remote Desktop Services Connectivity
Designing RemoteApp
Designing Remote Connectivity for RDS
Monitoring and Managing RDS
Lab : Designing Remote Desktop Services
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Design RDS connectivity.
Design RemoteApp deployment.
Design the Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway) service and Remote Desktop Connection Broker (RD Connection Broker) deployment.
Monitor and manage RDS.
Module 8: Designing Internet Information Services for Web-Based Applications
This module explains how to design IIS for web-based applications. The module describes how to design a plan to optimize IIS performance, security, and maintenance.
Lessons
Designing Web-based Application Infrastructure
Optimizing IIS Performance and Stability
Designing IIS Security
Monitoring and Maintaining IIS
Lab : Designing IIS for Web-Based Applications
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Design an appropriate IIS infrastructure for hosting web-based applications.
Determine the appropriate IIS configuration options to increase performance and scalability of web-based applications.
Determine the appropriate IIS configuration option to secure web-based applications.
Design a strategy to maintain IIS for web-based applications.
Module 9: Designing File and Print Services
The module explains how to design file and print services.
Lessons
Designing File Services
Designing File Server Resource Management
Designing File Encryption
Designing Print Services
Lab : Designing File and Print Services
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Design a file share configuration.
Determine the appropriate way to deploy File Server Resource Manager.
Design file encryption.
Design print services.
Module 10: Designing File Replication and Caching
This module explains how to design a file replication and caching strategy. The module describes how to use DFS to implement file replication and caching.
Lessons
Branch Office Data Access
Designing Distributed File System
Designing File Caching
Lab : Designing File Replication and Caching
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe data access for branch offices, and how it can be improved.
Design a distributed file system.
Design file caching for branch offices and mobile users.
Module 11: Designing for Business Continuity
This module explains how to design for business continuity by planning for disaster recovery. The module also describes how to design network load balancing, failover clustering, and geographically dispersed clusters.
Lessons
Disaster Recovery Planning
Designing Windows Server 2008 Network Load Balancing
Designing Failover Clustering for High Availability
Designing Geographically Dispersed Clusters
Lab : Designing for Business Continuity
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Design a disaster recovery plan.
Design Windows Network Load Balancing.
Deploy an application using App-V.
Design geographically dispersed clusters.
Module 12: Designing a Server Virtualization Infrastructure
This module explains how to design a virtualization infrastructure.
Lessons
Introduction to Virtualization
Determining Virtualization Suitability
Server Virtualization Design Considerations
Migrating and Managing Virtualized Workloads
Lab : Designing a Virtualization Infrastructure
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe the benefits of virtualization.
Determine virtualization suitability.
Design a server virtualization strategy.
Explain how to migrate workloads to a virtual environment, and then manage those virtualized workloads.
Module 13: Designing an Update Deployment Strategy
This module explains how to design an update deployment strategy. This includes designing a WSUS topology and an update management strategy.
Lessons
Designing a WSUS Topology
Designing an Update Management Strategy
Lab : Designing and Implementing an Update Deployment Strategy
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Design a WSUS topology.
Design an update management strategy.
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