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Virtualisation Specialist Skill Set
Course overviewBack to Business & ICT
- Campbell Street
- Short course
Please note: The course overview is intended as a guide only. Not all courses are available at all locations or through all study types and attendance options. Please check Locations, Dates and Times below or enquire for further information.
Learn how to install, manage and configure virtualised computing environments using industry-standard tools and techniques.
This skill set is an opportunity for those with computing experience to further their learning and career in virtualisation-related information and communication technology (ICT) roles.
More and more server workloads are being run in a virtual environment. Tools such as VMWare and Hyper-V are becoming increasingly common in large enterprise networks and small to medium businesses that wish to maximise their ICT investment.
In this skill set you will learn how to:
- Plan and install a virtual environment
- Deploy and manage guest operating systems
- Configure and manage virtual datastores
- Use virtual machine snapshots for system recovery
- Use backup systems and strategies for virtual environments
- Use high availability (HA) environments and fault-tolerant systems
This skill set runs for 21 weeks (including term break) and takes about 6 hours a week, with 3.5 hours on-campus in class and 2.5 hours for study and research.
This skill set provides credit towards ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology.
This skill set is delivered in a classroom environment using real systems similar to those used in industry. You will need a USB flash drive or portable hard drive of at least 250 GB.
Locations, dates & times
|Campbell Street||6 Feb 2023 -|
7 Jul 2023
On campus. Approximately 6 hours per week.