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Designing a Highly Available Web Infrastructure (IIS)
(Microsoft Training Course: 2088) - 4 days - £2100 exc VAT



> Target Audience
THIS COURSE HAS NOW RETIRED. PLEASE SEE THE SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR DETAILS OF ALTERNATIVE COURSES.
This course gives Web designers the knowledge and skills needed to design a highly available Web infrastructure by using Microsoft products and technologies. It is intended for individuals who are responsible for Web site infrastructure design.
> Course outline
  1. Introduction to Designing a Highly Available Web Infrastructure
  2. Designing Highly Available Web Infrastructure Servers
  3. Designing a Highly Available Network Services Infrastructure
  4. Designing a Highly Available Logical Network
  5. Designing a Highly Available Physical Network

Supplementary InformationThis course has now retired and is no longer available. We suggest you look at Courses [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/Visual-Studio-2005/2543.aspx}2543: Core Web Application Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005]] and [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/Visual-Studio-2005/2544.aspx}2544: Advanced Web Applications Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005]].
Module 1: Introduction to Designing a Highly Available Web Infrastructure
  • Identifying the Features of a Highly Available Web Infrastructure
  • Calculating System Availability
  • Supporting a Highly Available Web Infrastructure
Skills
  • Identifying the characteristics of a highly available Web infrastructure.
  • Calculating the availability of a Web infrastructure.
  • Analyzing the solution architecture.
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Module 2: Designing Highly Available Web Infrastructure Servers
  • Choosing a Hardware Platform
  • Determining the Windows 2000 Operating System Configuration
  • Selecting the Appropriate Technologies Based on Microsoft Internet Information Services 5.0 (IIS)
  • Designing a Highly Available COM+ Environment Using Microsoft Application Center 2000.
  • Designing a Highly Available Firewall that Includes Server Publishing
  • Designing a Highly Available Database Solution Using Microsoft SQL Server 2000
Skills
  • Choosing a hardware platform.
  • Determining the Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system configuration for the Web infrastructure servers.
  • Selecting the appropriate technology for a highly available solution based on Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS).
  • Designing a highly available COM+ (Component Object Model) Environment by using Microsoft Application Center 2000.
  • Designing a highly available firewall solution by using Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server.
  • Designing a highly available database solution by using Microsoft SQL Server 2000.
  • Given a business scenario, selecting the appropriate Microsoft products and technologies for Web infrastructure servers by using the guidelines for designing highly available Web infrastructure servers.
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Module 3: Designing a Highly Available Network Services Infrastructure
  • Designing a Highly Available Active Directory Solution
  • Designing a Highly Available DNS Solution
  • Designing a Highly Available WINS Name Resolution Solution
  • Designing a Highly Available DHCP Solution
Skills
  • Designing a highly available directory services solution by using Active Directory.
  • Designing a highly available DNS solution.
  • Designing a highly available WINS name resolution solution.
  • Designing a highly available DHCP solution.
  • Given a business scenario that includes network services, selecting the appropriate Microsoft technologies by using the guidelines for designing a highly available network services infrastructure.
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Module 4: Designing a Highly Available Logical Network
  • Selecting TCP/IP Addresses and Routing for the Public Logical Network
  • Selecting TCP/IP Addresses and Routing for the Private Logical Network
  • Positioning the Servers and Services
Skills
  • Selecting the public addresses and routing based on the high availability requirements for the logical network.
  • Selecting the private addresses and routing based on the high availability requirements for the logical network.
  • Determining how to position the servers and services within a highly available Web infrastructure.
  • Given a business scenario, selecting the appropriate components for the logical network by using the guidelines for designing a highly available logical network.
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Module 5: Designing a Highly Available Physical Network
  • Selecting Networks Based on Bandwidth Requirements
  • Selecting Redundant Paths for Network Connectivity
  • Selecting the Appropriate Network Topology
  • Selecting a Highly Available Switch Configuration
  • Selecting a Highly Available Routing Configuration
Skills
  • Selecting a network based on bandwidth requirements.
  • Selecting redundant paths for network connectivity.
  • Selecting appropriate networking topology for the physical network.
  • Selecting a highly available switch configuration for the physical network.
  • Selecting a highly available routing configuration for the physical network.
  • Selecting the appropriate technologies, configurations, and hardware components required for designing a highly available physical network.
  • Given a business scenario, selecting the appropriate technologies, configurations and hardware components required for a physical network by using the guidelines for designing a highly available physical network.
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> Pre-Requisites
Before attending this course, students must have the following pre-requisites:
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory directory service administration and design.
  • Knowledge of designing network directory services.
  • Knowledge of implementing clusters with Windows 2000.
  • Knowledge of implementing Microsoft Internet Information Services 5.0.
  • Knowledge of designing network security.
> Purpose
At the end of the course, students will be able to determine the high availability needs for a Web infrastructure; select the appropriate Microsoft products and technologies for designing highly available Web infrastructure servers; select the appropriate Microsoft technologies for designing a highly available network services infrastructure; select the appropriate components for designing a highly available logical network; select the appropriate technologies, configurations, and hardware components that are required for designing a highly available physical network.
> Supplementary Information
This course has now retired and is no longer available. We suggest you look at Courses [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/Visual-Studio-2005/2543.aspx}2543: Core Web Application Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005]] and [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/Visual-Studio-2005/2544.aspx}2544: Advanced Web Applications Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005]].