Exam Ref 70-414 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure (MCSE)
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Prepare for Exam 70-414—and help demonstrate your real-world mastery of advanced server design, planning, and implementation. Designed for experienced, MCSA-certified professionals ready to advance their status—Exam Ref focuses on the critical-thinking and decision-making acumen needed for success at the MCSE level.
Optimize your exam-prep by focusing on the expertise needed to:
- Manage and Maintain a Server Infrastructure
- Plan and Implement a Highly Available Enterprise Infrastructure
- Plan and Implement a Server Virtualization Infrastructure
- Design and Implement Identity and Access Solutions
Objective summary ■■ ■■ ■■ Update baselines provide an automated means by which virtual machines in a VMM deployment can have updates deployed automatically. DCM enables advanced configuration settings to be deployed across clients managed by Configuration Manager. System Center can be integrated for automatic remediation of various issues. Objective review Answer the following questions to test your knowledge of the information in this objective. You can find the answers to these questions
Planning for and configuring storage spaces and storage pools Storage spaces and storage pools provide storage virtualization that brings another level of management and flexibility to Windows Server 2012. Storage pools, which are the underlying foundation of a storage space, use physical disks. Storage spaces provide a layer of abstraction to the physical infrastructure. Windows Server 2012 R2 adds several new features to storage spaces, including storage tiers, dual parity, and parity space
available, and you can create your own as well. For example, you might create a custom property that defines the application layer on which virtual machines operate (such as data layer, web layer, business rules layer, and so on). In such a scenario, you may have certain hosts designated for servicing virtual machines in the web layer. Creating a custom property and assigning that as a placement rule would then ensure that virtual machines would be placed on hosts that met the custom property.
accomplished by selecting the host and then opening the Virtual Switches page of the Properties dialog box. On the Virtual Switches page, shown in Figure 3-27, you can add, remove, and configure the networking for the Hyper-V host. FIGURE 3-27 Configuring a virtual switch in a Hyper-V host 150 CHAPTER 3 Plan and implement a server virtualization infrastructure From the Library of Ida Schander As Figure 3-27 shows, three types of network bindings can be created: ■■ ■■ ■■ External
storage). DPM provides real-time, live backups of virtual machines and doesn’t require downtime. DPM can send backups to disk, Windows Azure backup, or tape. When backed up to tape, recovery will take much longer than a disk-based backup. Therefore, planning for DPM usage in this scenario involves determining the needs for rapid recovery. One option would be to use disk-based storage for recent backups and tape-based storage for long-term storage for archival purposes. There are limitations to