Windows Server 2012 High Availability: Networking and Clusters

Part 1 of 2 in the Windows Server 2012 High Availability series will provide network engineers with the ideas of what technologies Microsoft Server 2012 has to offer in the world of High Availability and the steps to successfully plan, implement, and support High Availability solutions for their managed Windows environment.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jul 10, 2013
Duration
6h 8m
Table of contents
Getting Started with Windows Server 2012 High Availability
NIC Teaming with Windows Server 2012
Storage Pools and Spaces
DHCP Load Balance
DHCP Failover
Active Directory
Network Load Balancing (NLB)
Failover Clusters
Cluster-Aware Updating
Scale-Out File Server
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jul 10, 2013
Duration
6h 8m
Description

Part 1 of 2 in the Windows Server 2012 High Availability series will provide network engineers with the ideas of what technologies Microsoft Server 2012 has to offer in the world of High Availability and the steps to successfully plan, implement, and support High Availability solutions for their managed Windows environment. A few features we'll cover are NIC Teaming, DHCP Scope Failover, Network Load Balancing, and more. A strong working knowledge of general hardware, networking, and Windows core infrastructure services is recommended.

About the author
About the author

Ken has over 30 years of IT experience. In his career he has worked as a NetWare Admin, Windows Admin, Senior Support Engineer, Trainer, and Consultant.

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