This module describes how to implement, manage, and maintain workloads on Azure Stack HCI. As described in the first module, Azure Stack HCI is designed to optimize performance, resiliency, and scalability of specific types of workloads. Implementing these workloads follows the initial configuration, which involves provisioning virtualized storage and networking layers on top of the hardware approved by Microsoft that is running the Windows Server 2019 operating system. This module provides an overview of different Azure services and Windows Server functionality that can be used to manage and maintain those workloads, leveraging integration of Windows Server 2019 with Azure.
Lab : Lab A: Provisioning the lab environment
- Implementing and managing workloads on Azure Stack HCI
- Maintaining Azure Stack HCI
Lab : Lab B: Using Windows Admin Center in hybrid scenarios
- Provisioning the lab environment
- Integrating hyperconverged infrastructure with Azure services
- Reviewing Azure integration functionality
- Managing updates to hyperconverged infrastructure
After completing this module, students will be able to:
- Implement shared clustering with shared disks.
- Describe components required to deploy shielded VMs.
- Implement Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) workloads.
- Host container-based deployments in Azure Stack HCI.
- Create a Point-to-Site (P2S) VPN connection to an Azure virtual network, with Azure Network Adapter.
- Describe Azure File Sync architecture.
- Implement Azure File Sync to replicate files between on-premises and an Azure file share.
- Manage Azure Stack HCI workloads with Azure Arc.