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Máster en MCSA Windows Server 2016 en Madrid

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Programa de Máster en MCSA Windows Server 2016

CAS TRAINING
Presencial Duración: 108 horas
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Impartido en: Madrid
La certificación MCSA Windows Server 2016 es el mejor aliado para desarrollar una prometedora carrera profesional en el sector de las tecnologías de la información.

Descripción

Si deseas prepararte para la obtención de la Certificación MCSA, nuestro curso en modalidad presencial con una duración de 108 horas te ayudará en ello.

La Certificación MCSA permite acreditar los conocimientos y experiencia en la Administración de los Servidores de Windows 2008, es una gran opción para brindar credibilidad profesional con una acreditación de reconocimiento global.



A quién va dirigido

A toda persona con experiencia en administración de servidores Windows, a diplomados en carreras técnicas, a titulados universitarios, a profesionales que deseen actualizar o ampliar sus conocimientos, que desee adquirir o actualizar conocimientos en MCSA Windows Server 2016.

Objetivos

El objetivo principal de la formación es ofrecer al estudiante conocimientos que le permitan obtener excelentes resultados en los exámenes: 70-740: Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016, 70-741: Networking with Windows Server 2016 y 70-742: Identity with Windows Server 2016.





Temario

MOC 20740: INSTALLATION, STORAGE, AND COMPUTE WITH WINDOWS SERVER 2016


INSTALLING, UPGRADING, AND MIGRATING SERVERS AND WORKLOADS

Introducing Windows Server 2016

Preparing and installing Nano Server and Server Core

Preparing for upgrades and migrations

Migrating server roles and workloads

Windows Server activation models


CONFIGURING LOCAL STORAGE

Managing disks in Windows Server 2016

Managing volumes in Windows Server 2016


IMPLEMENTING ENTERPRISE STORAGE SOLUTIONS

Overview of direct-attached storage, network-attached storage, and storage area networks

Comparing Fibre Channel, iSCSI, and FCoE

Understanding iSNS, data centre bridging, and MPIO

Configuring sharing in Windows Server 2016


IMPLEMENTING STORAGE SPACES AND DATA DEDUPLICATION

Implementing Storage Spaces

Managing Storage Spaces

Implementing Data Deduplication


INSTALLING AND CONFIGURING HYPER-V AND VIRTUAL MACHINES

Overview of Hyper-V

Installing Hyper-V

Configuring storage on Hyper-V host servers

Configuring networking on Hyper-V host servers

Configuring Hyper-V virtual machines

Managing Hyper-V virtual machines


DEPLOYING AND MANAGING WINDOWS SERVER AND HYPER-V CONTAINERS

Overview of containers in Windows Server 2016

Deploying Windows Server and Hyper-V containers

Installing, configuring, and managing containers


OVERVIEW OF HIGH AVAILABILITY AND DISASTER RECOVERY

Defining levels of availability

Planning high availability and disaster recovery solutions with Hyper-V virtual machines

Backing up and restoring the Windows Server 2016 operating system and data by using Windows Server B

High availability with failover clustering in Windows Server 2016


IMPLEMENTING AND MANAGING FAILOVER CLUSTERING

Planning a failover cluster

Creating and configuring a new failover cluster

Maintaining a failover cluster

Troubleshooting a failover cluster

Implementing site high availability with stretch clustering


IMPLEMENTING FAILOVER CLUSTERING FOR HYPER-V VIRTUAL MACHINES

Overview of integrating Hyper-V in Windows Server 2016 with failover clustering

Implementing and maintaining Hyper-V virtual machines on failover clusters

Key features for virtual machines in a clustered environment


IMPLEMENTING NETWORK LOAD BALANCING

Overview of NLB clusters

Configuring an NLB cluster

Planning an NLB implementation


CREATING AND MANAGING DEPLOYMENT IMAGES

Introduction to deployment images

Creating and managing deployment images by using MDT

Virtual machine environments for different workloads


MANAGING, MONITORING, AND MAINTAINING VIRTUAL MACHINE INSTALLATIONS

WSUS overview and deployment options

Update management process with WSUS

Overview of PowerShell DSC

Overview of Windows Server 2016 monitoring tools

Using Performance Monitor

Monitoring Event Logs


MOC 20741 NETWORKING WITH WINDOWS SERVER 2016


PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING AN IPV4 NETWORKINTRODUCING WINDOWS SERVER 2016

Planning IPv4 addressing

Configuring an IPv4 host

Managing and troubleshooting IPv4 network connectivity


IMPLEMENTING DHCP

Overview ofthe DHCP server role

Deploying DHCP

Managing and troubleshooting DHCP


IMPLEMENTING IPV6

Overview of IPv6 addressing

Configuring an IPv6 host

Implementing IPv6 and IPv4 coexistence

Transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6


IMPLEMENTING DNS

Implementing DNS servers

Configuring zones in DNS

Configuring name resolution between DNS zones

Configuring DNS integration with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)

Configuring advanced DNS settings


IMPLEMENTING AND MANAGING IPAMO

Overview of IPAM

Deploying IPAM

Managing IP address spaces by using IPAM


REMOTE ACCESS IN WINDOWS SERVER 2016

Overview of remote access

Implementing Web Application Proxy


IMPLEMENTING DIRECTACCESS

Overview of DirectAccess

Implementing DirectAccess by using the Getting Started Wizard

Implementing and managing an advanced DirectAccess infrastructure


IMPLEMENTING VPNS

Planning VPNs

Implementing VPNs


IMPLEMENTING NETWORKING FOR BRANCH OFFICES

Networking features and considerations for branch offices

Implementing Distributed File System (DFS) for branch offices

Implementing BranchCache for branch offices


CONFIGURING ADVANCED NETWORKING FEATURES

Overview of high performance networking features

Configuring advanced Microsoft Hyper-V networking features


IMPLEMENTING SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORKING

Overview of Software Defined Networking

Implementing network virtualization

Implementing Network Controller


MOC 20742 IDENTITY WITH WINDOWS SERVER 2016


INSTALLING AND CONFIGURING DOMAIN CONTROLLERS

Overview ofADDS

Overview ofADDS domain controllers

Deploying a domain controller


MANAGING OBJECTS IN AD DS

Managing user accounts

Managing groups in AD DS

Managing computer objects in AD DS

Using Windows PowerShell for AD DS administration

Implementing and managing OUs


ADVANCED AD DS INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT

Overview of advanced AD DS deployments

Deploying a distributed AD DS environment

Configuring AD DS trusts


IMPLEMENTING AND ADMINISTERING AD DS SITES AND REPLICATION

Overview of AD DS replication

Configuring AD DS sites

Configuring and monitoring AD DS replication


IMPLEMENTING GROUP POLICY

Introducing Group Policy

Implementing and administering GPOs

Group Policy scope and Group Policy processing

Troubleshooting the application of GPOs


MANAGING USER SETTINGS WITH GROUP POLICY

Implementing administrative templates

Configuring Folder Redirection, Software Installation, and Scripts

Configuring Group Policy preferences


SECURING ACTIVE DIRECTORY DOMAIN SERVICES

Securing domain controllers

Implementing account security

Implementing audit authentication

Configuring managed service accounts


DEPLOYING AND MANAGING AD CS

Deploying CAs

Administering CAs

Troubleshooting and maintaining CAs


DEPLOYING AND MANAGING CERTIFICATES

Deploying and managing certificate templates

Managing certificate deployment, revocation, and recovery

Using certificates in a business environment

Implementing and managing smart cards


IMPLEMENTING AND ADMINISTERING AD FS

Overview of AD FS

AD FS requirements and planning

Deploying and configuring AD FS

Overview of Web Application Proxy


IMPLEMENTING AND ADMINISTERING AD RMS

Overview of AD RMS

Deploying and managing an AD RMS infrastructure

Configuring AD RMS content protection


IMPLEMENTING AD DS SYNCHRONIZATION WITH MICROSOFT AZURE AD

Planning and preparing for directory synchronization

Implementing directory synchronization by using Azure AD Connect

Managing identities with directory synchronization


MONITORING, MANAGING, AND RECOVERING AD DS

Monitoring AD DS

Managing the Active Directory database

Active Directory backup and recovery options for AD DS and other identity and access solutions

Titulación obtenida

Una vez finalizada la formación el estudiante obtendrá una Titulación Oficial, emitida por CAS TRAINING que acredita los estudios realizados.

Requisitos

Para acceder al Máster en MCSA Windows Server 2016, es necesario que el aspirante cuente con conocimientos y experiencia en el sector IT.

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