The IBM PureFlex System is a new category of computing that combines multiple server architectures, networking, chassis, storage, and system management capability into a single integrated system that is easy to deploy and manage.
The IBM Flex System Power Compute Nodes - Virtualization and Management Hands-on Labs is an intermediate lab that is designed to help individuals gain the required knowledge and skills necessary to manage and maintain the IBM Flex System Power Compute Nodes at a basic level.
This hands-on lab exercise course will focus on the configuration of a PureFlex Power Systems compute nodes. You will use a virtual sever creation wizard in the FSM to create a virtual server and exploit the automatic storage configuration option when creating a virtual server. Virtual server management operations will be executed as well as generating a functioning AIX virtual server.
Enrollment in this course is not restricted. However, typical students taking this course include technical IBM personnel from the FTSS, ATS, and Techline organizations as well as IBM Business Partner technical personnel involved with planning, installation, configuration, and upgrading of IBM PureFlex systems and use of IBM Flex System Manager management software.
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There are no follow-ons for this course.