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Master Virtualizacion de Sistemas Windows 2008 MCITP Certificacion Oficial Microsoft

Master Virtualizacion de Sistemas Windows 2008 MCITP Certificacion Oficial Microsoft
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El programa de certificación de Microsoft, ofrece tres niveles de certificación distintos - Serie Tecnológico, Profesional y Arquitecto - cada uno diseñado para validar grados de competencia en conceptos y usos de la Tecnología Microsoft. Cada nivel ofrece un marco de referencia reconocido por la industria y que se aplica a roles de trabajo específicos.

CAS TRAINING ofrece los niveles de certificación:

- La certificación Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS), corresponde a un nivel básico, que da las bases para dar soporte en el SS.OO. Windows.
- La certificación Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Virtualization  Administrator representa el experto como Administrador del Servidor Windows 2008 y de los servicios de virtualización.

La obtención de la Certificación MCITP acredita las aptitudes de una persona aumentando su credibilidad profesional con reconocimiento a nivel mundial, garantizando un alto nivel de conocimientos técnicos y experiencia en la Administración de los Servidores de Windows 2008. Es el mejor aliado para desarrollar una prometedora carrera profesional en el sector de las tecnologías de la información.

Los profesionales certificados como MCITP tienen una alta demanda en el mundo actual y se espera que dicha demanda crezca por el aumento de instalaciones con tecnología Microsoft alrededor del mundo.

Metodología

Nuestros Masters están basados en métodos docentes que facultan al profesor y orientan al alumno con el fin de conseguir un proceso evolutivo favorable de aprendizaje que permita mantener a los alumnos motivados y estimulados positivamente.

- Detección de las necesidades: Se realiza un análisis del mercado laboral actual, y con las carencias observadas, se desarrollan los planes de formación.
- Plan de acción: su diseño radica en que los contenidos estén siempre acorde con su temporalización y permitan el tiempo necesario para la asimilación de los conceptos.  También se desarrolla el material didáctico y la documentación oficial de acuerdo con las materias, incorporando a las aulas la última tecnología necesaria.
- Proceso formativo: Se ejecutan distintas metodologías según el momento. Ninguna es excluyente de la otra, sino que se combinan y desarrollan según la necesidad. En todo momento se alternan las explicaciones teóricas con la elaboración de ejercicios prácticos, siempre relacionados con casos reales. Se incrementan paulatinamente los niveles de complejidad, asegurándonos de eliminar cualquier laguna que pueda perjudicar la asimilación de conceptos de mayor dificultad.
- Análisis de resultados: A lo largo del Master, el plan de formación será evaluado de forma continua pudiendo cerrar cada módulo con la certeza que los conocimientos han sido comprendidos y aprendidos. En la etapa final se analizará el proyecto en su conjunto, valorando la calidad obtenida y si los efectos conseguidos son los esperados.

Profesorado

- Profesionales avalados por el fabricante - MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainers).

Material

- Carpeta personalizada con el Block de notas, bolígrafo, y CURRÍCULUM según la estructura de nuestra Base de Datos.
- Documentación oficial de Microsoft  (en inglés) .
- Certificado de asistencia y aprovechamiento de CAS TRAINING

- Personas con una experiencia mínima de 1,5 años trabajando con Windows Server 2008.
- FP II / III
- Diplomados en carreras técnicas.
- Titulados universitarios.
- No se requiere experiencia previa en virtualización.

Objetivos de Certificación
- Exam 70-659: TS: Windows Server 2008 R2, Server Virtualization
- Exam 70-669: TS: Windows Server 2008 R2, Desktop Virtualization
- Exam 70-693: PRO: Windows Server 2008 R2, Virtualization Administrator

Virtualización de Windows Server 2008 - MCITP

MOC 10324A: Implementing and Managing Microsoft Desktop Virtualization
Module 1: Overview of Desktop Virtualization Scenarios

Many organizations are exploring the use of virtualization to optimize their IT environment and streamline their IT management practices. Microsoft provides several products and technologies that will enable organizations to implement virtualization solutions in many different ways. This module provides an overview of the Microsoft virtualization technologies, and provides information on planning and managing virtualized environments.
- Overview of Virtualization
- Overview of Virtualization Management
- Planning an Application and Desktop Virtualization Deployment

Module 2: Implementing Windows Virtual PC and Windows XP Mode
This module covers the concept of virtual machines and how Windows Virtual PC uses it for virtualizing a complete client system. The module also covers the requirements and the procedures for installing and configuring Windows Virtual PC and virtual machines.
- Installing Windows Virtual PC
- Configuring Windows Virtual PC
- Installing, Configuring, and Managing the Windows XP Mode
- Creating and Deploying Custom Images of Windows XP Mode

Module 3: Implementing Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization
This module covers the architecture, functionalities, and benefits of MED-V. It also describes the roles of the MED-V client and MED-V Management server and the procedures for deploying them.
- Overview of MED-V
- Implementing MED-V Management Servers
- Implementing a MED-V Client

Module 4: Configuring and Deploying MED-V Images
This module explains how to create, configure, deploy, and work with MED-V images. It also describes how to upload a MED-V image and deploy it to the client.
- Configuring MED-V Images
- Deploying MED-V Images

Module 5: Managing a MED-V Deployment

This module explains how to manage a MED-V deployment, create reports, and perform basic MED-V troubleshooting. The module explains the concept of MED-V Workspace and describes how to configure Workspace Policy and deploy it to the client.
- Implementing the MED-V Workspace Policy
- Working with MED-V Workspace
- Reporting and Troubleshooting MED-V

Module 6: Implementing Microsoft Application Virtualization
This module provides an overview of application virtualization, and it explains the requirements and interactions of App-V components. It explains how to plan the App-V infrastructure, and the available deployment scenarios. The module also provides an overview of the App-V server and App-V client installation process, and describes how to configure an App-V client.
- Introduction to Application Virtualization
- Planning for Application Virtualization
- Deploying Application Virtualization Servers

Module 7: Planning and Deploying App-V Clients
This module explains how to configure and manage the application virtualization client. It provides an overview of the desktop and the terminal server client, and their installation methods. The module also describes the installation and configuration options for the client software.
- Overview of the App-V Client
- Installing and Configuring the App-V Client
- Managing Client Configuration Features

Module 8: Managing and Administering Application Virtualization

This module explains how to administer the App-V infrastructure by providing an overview of the App-V Management Console, its deployment on the administrative workstation, and the required permissions for administering the App-V Management server. Additionally, the module provides information about publishing and modifying virtualized applications, configuring version upgrades, enforcing license compliance, and managing server groups and server objects.
- Using the Application Virtualization Management Console
- Publishing Applications into the App-V Environment
- Performing Advanced Administration Tasks for Application Virtualization

Module 9: Sequencing Applications for Virtualization
This module provides an overview of App-V sequencing  and explains how to sequence applications for deployment by using the App-V infrastructure or a standalone installation. It explains how to install and configure the App-V Sequencer. The module also covers packaging options, and the procedures for upgrading existing packages, and creating standalone packages.
- Overview of Application Sequencing
- Planning and Configuring the Sequencer Environment
- Performing Application Sequencing
- Advanced Sequencing Scenarios

Module 10: Configuring Remote Desktop Services and RemoteApp
This module explains how to configure and use Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and RemoteApp programs. It provides an overview of the main RDS role services and the services that are required for implementing RemoteApp. This module also covers RD Connection Broker and the integration of published RemoteApp programs with Windows 7 clients.
- Overview of RDS
- Publishing RemoteApp by Using RDS
- Accessing RemoteApp Programs from Clients

Module 11: Implementing User State Virtualization

This module explains the importance of the user state and how you can configure user state. It covers the features of user profiles, the profile types that Windows supports, and the differences between them. The module also covers folder redirection, and explains how to configure and use them.
- Overview of User State
- Configuring Roaming Profiles and Folder Redirection

Module 12: Configuring Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
This module describes how to configure and use Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). It provides an overview of Hyper-V server role and the integration of VDI with RDS and Hyper-V. The module also covers the procedures for configuring different types of virtual desktops and explains how to configure a virtual machine for use as a virtual desktop. Finally, the module provides details on deploying VDI to Windows 7 desktops.
- Overview of Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V
- Introduction to VDI
- Configuring Personal and Pooled Virtual Desktops

Module 13: Summary of Desktop Virtualization Technologies
This module reviews the features of the various desktop virtualization technologies that this course covers. The module also covers some real-world scenarios for implementing these technologies.
- Review of Desktop Virtualization Technologies
- Real-World Usage Scenarios


Course 10215A: Implementing and Managing Microsoft Server Virtualization
Module 1: Evaluating and Planning for Virtualization

Describe virtualization as it relates to server, desktop, and application environments. Students also will learn how to plan for critical decision points related to hardware requirements, storage, availability, and security.
- Overview of Microsoft Virtualization
- Overview of Microsoft Virtualization
- Evaluating the Current Environment for Virtualization
- Evaluating the Current Environment for Virtualization

Module 2: Installing and Configuring the Hyper-V Server Role
After completing this module, you will be able to install the Hyper-V server role, and configure host and virtual network settings.
- Installing the Hyper-V Server Role
- Configuring Hyper-V Settings and Virtual Networks

Module 3: Creating and Configuring Virtual Hard Disks and Virtual Machines
After completing this module, you will be able to determine and configure the most appropriate virtual hard disk(s) to use in a virtual machine. Students also will be able to create and configure virtual machines.
- Creating and Configuring Virtual Hard Disks
- Creating and Configuring Virtual Machines
- Managing Virtual Machine Snapshots
- Working with the Virtual Machine Connection Application

Module 4: Integrating System Center Virtual Machine Manager with Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2
After completing this module, students will be able to plan for, and deploy, System Center Virtual Machine Manager with their Hyper-V solution.
- Planning for Integration of System Center Virtual Machine Manager
- Installing the VMM Server and Administrator Console
- Managing Hosts and Host Groups

Module 5: Creating and Deploying Virtual Machines Using System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2
After completing this module, students will be able to use VMM 2008 R2 to create and deploy virtual machines.
- Creating a New Virtual Machine Using VMM 2008 R2
- Converting a Physical Server to a Virtual Machine
- Converting and Migrating Virtual Machines

Module 6: Managing Virtual Machines Using Virtual Machine Manager 2008

This module explains how to perform various management tasks on virtual machines stored within the VMM infrastructure.
- Overview of VMM Management Tasks
- Creating and Managing Checkpoints

Module 7: Configuring and Managing the VMM Library
This module explains how to configure and manage resources in the VMM Library.
- Overview of the VMM Library
- Managing Profiles and Templates
- Designing Fault Tolerance for the VMM Library

Module 8: Configuring User Roles and the Virtual Machine Manager Self-Service Portal

This module explains how to configure and manage user roles and the Virtual Machine Manager Self-Service Portal.
- Configuring User Roles
- Installing and Configuring the VMM Self-Service Portal

Module 9: Implementing High Availability for Server Virtualization

This module explains how to configure high availability for server virtualization.
- Overview of Failover Clustering
- Implementing Failover Clustering with Hyper-V
- Implementing High Availability with VMM 2008 R2

Module 10: Maintaining Software Updates Using the Offline Virtual Machine Servicing Tool

This module explains how to maintain software updates using the Offline Virtual Machine Servicing Tool.
- Overview of the Offline Virtual Machine Servicing Tool
- Configuring WSUS and the Offline Virtual Machine Servicing Tool

Module 11: Monitoring and Reporting Virtualization
This module explains how to use the monitoring tools included with VMM 2008 and integrate System Center Operations Manager to provide extended monitoring, reporting, and troubleshooting capabilities.
- Monitoring Jobs in VMM 2008 R2
- Integrating System Center Operations Manager with VMM 2008 R2
- Configuring Performance and Resource Optimization

Module 12: Backup and Restore Strategies for Virtual Machines
This module explains how to configure and manage resources in the VMM Library.
- Overview of Backup and Restore Options for Virtual Machines and the VMM Database
- Implementing Data Protection Manager for Backing Up the VMM Infrastructure

Module 13: Desktop Virtualization Using Remote Desktop Services

This module explains how to describe and implement the core role services included in the Remote Desktop Services server Role.
- Overview of Remote Desktop Services
- Implementing the Remote Desktop Session Host
- Implementing Remote Desktop Connection Broker
- Implementing the Remote Desktop Connection Virtualization Host

Module 14: Extending Remote Desktop Services Outside the Organization

This module explains how to implement and configure the Remote Desktop Gateway and Remote Desktop Web Access.
- Configuring the Remote Desktop Gateway
- Configuring Remote Desktop Web Access


Curso 50273A: Planning and Designing Microsoft Virtualization Solutions
Module 1: Planning a Virtualization Strategy

This module will review key factors that must be considered when planning a data center or desktop virtualization strategy.
- Understanding Virtualization Levels
- Defining the Case for Virtualization
- Reviewing Virtualization Technologies
- Reviewing the System Center Suite
- Understanding Licensing Options
- Reviewing Integration with Third-Party Products

Module 2: Designing a Virtualization Platform Infrastructure and High-Availability Strategy
This module will explain how to design a highly-available server virtualization infrastructure using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V.
- Defining Server Virtualization Scenarios
- Defining Hyper-V Base Architectures
- Performing a Pre-Design Discovery
- Designing a Server Virtualization Infrastructure
- Designing the Hyper-V Host Architecture
- Designing the Virtual Machine Architecture
- Sizing a Hyper-V Host Farm

Module 3: Designing a Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure
This module will explain how to design a virtualized desktop infrastructure based on a local desktop or central VDI strategy.
- Defining Desktop Virtualization Scenarios
- Designing a Local Desktop Infrastructure
- Designing a VDI Deployment using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V and RDS
- Designing an Application Strategy using RemoteApp
- Designing a VDI Deployment using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V and Citrix XenDesktop

Module 4: Designing an Application Virtualization Infrastructure

This module will explain how to design an application delivery infrastructure for virtualized desktops using Application Virtualization 4.6.
- Planning an Application Virtualization 4.6 Infrastructure
- Designing an Application Virtualization 4.6 Infrastructure
- Using Application Virtualization 4.6 with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2
- Using Application Virtualization 4.6 with RDS

Module 5: Designing a Virtualization Infrastructure Management Strategy
This module will explain the factors to consider and Microsoft suite of applications available to design a management infrastructure.
- Developing a Virtualization Infrastructure Management Environment with the System Center Suite
- Developing a Virtual Machine Deployment Strategy
- Developing a Virtual Machine Conversion Strategy
- Developing an Administrative Strategy
- Developing a Virtual Machine Migration Strategy
- Developing a Disaster Recovery Strategy
- Developing a Maintenance Strategy

Duración
Duración: 2, 5 ó 6 meses (aproximado)
Fecha de inicio: Consultar

Horas Lectivas
- 120 horas lectivas y guiadas por el Instructor.

Horario
Tarde: De Lunes a Jueves de 19 a 22 horas
Fin de semana: sábados de 9 a 14 horas

Prácticas Libres:
Viernes de 16:00 a 21:00 horas (según disponibilidad)

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Rango salarial (de las personas tras realizar el programa)

El rango salarial de los alumnos que realizaron el Master Virtualizacion de Sistemas Windows 2008 MCITP Certificacion Oficial Microsoft oscila entre los 20.000€ y los 50.000€ brutos anuales de media.

Empleabilidad (Porcentaje de estudiantes que consiguen trabajo después de realizar el programa)

El porcentaje medio de los alumnos que encontraron empleo tras realizar el Master Virtualizacion de Sistemas Windows 2008 MCITP Certificacion Oficial Microsoft fue de un 35% siendo el resto de los alumnos matriculados profesionales del sector que realizaron el master contando con un puesto de trabajo.

Bolsa de trabajo

CAS TRAINING tiene una bolsa de trabajo formada por sus fabricantes y clientes y a la cual acceden sus alumnos a través de una entrevista personal con el responsable del Departamento de RRHH. Los curriculums pasan a la base de datos del centro y son gestionados para futuras demandas de empleo.

Conocimientos específicos para la realización del programa

No se requiere experiencia previa en virtualización. Este tipo de másters suele requerir que el alumno posea conocimientos informáticos y nociones de inglés.

Nº de horas aproximadas que tendrás que dedicarle al programa

Se aconseja que el alumno dedique de media hora a una hora al estudio del temario al día, durante el curso, sin dejar de lado la dedicación a las prácticas, consideradas como vitales.