High-Availability Concepts and Monitoring in Microsoft Application Center 2000

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To discuss high-availability concepts and to outline how to monitor Application Center 2000

Target Audience

Candidates preparing for the MCSE elective exam 70-232: Implementing and Maintaining Highly Available Web Solutions with Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Technologies and Microsoft Application Center 2000; IT professionals with experience administering and monitoring web servers; IT professionals familiar with Internet security issues, firewalls, and load balancing; IT professionals wishing to become familiar with Microsoft Application Center 2000

Prerequisites

Knowledge of TCP/IP technologies such as WINS, DHCP, and DNS; familiarity with Microsoft Windows 2000 integration with TCP/IP technologies

Expected Duration

260 min.

Course Objectives

High-Availability Concepts and Monitoring in Microsoft Application Center 2000

  • describe the different load-balancing options available in Application Center 2000.
  • discuss Windows 2000 network load balancing.
  • discuss the basic concepts of component load balancing.
  • determine the requirements for load balancing after analyzing a computer network.
  • identify the different types of clusters in Application Center 2000.
  • create clusters in Application Center 2000.
  • create an Application Center general cluster.
  • manage clusters in Application Center 2000.
  • describe the functions of the Application Center 2000 Health Monitor feature.
  • configure the Health Monitor in Application Center 2000.
  • use and manage the Health Monitor.
  • describe the ways to view and analyze performance data in Application Center 2000.
  • use Performance view in Application Center 2000.
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