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Module 2: Operating and maintaining Azure Stack HCI
Module overview You can operate and maintain Azure Stack hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) by using the same tools you use in traditional on-premises deployments. You can also leverage the extensibility and feature set offered by Windows Admin Center, including integration with Azure-based services, such as Azure Monitor, Azure Backup, Azure Site Recovery, and Update Management. In this lesson, you’ll learn about these tools. Lessons: o Implementing and managing workloads on Azure Stack HCI o Maintaining Azure Stack HCI
Lesson 1: Implementing and managing workloads on Azure Stack HCI
Lesson 1 overview Azure Stack HCI is designed to optimize performance, resiliency, and scalability of specific types of workloads. In this lesson you will learn about implementing these workloads: Topics: o Implement guest clustering with shared disks o Demonstration: Implement guest clustering with shared disks o Implement shielded VMs o Implement VDI workloads o Implement containerized workloads o Implement Azure Network Adapter o Demonstration: Implement Azure Network Adapter o Implement Azure File Sync o Demonstration: Implement Azure File Sync o Manage Azure Stack HCI workloads with Azure Arc
Implement guest clustering with shared disks VHD Set files in Azure Stack HCI scenarios offer many benefits: o Allows for sharing virtual disks across Microsoft Hyper-V VMs o Leverages Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) o Supports Hyper-V Replica and host-level backup To implement VHD Set files in Azure Stack HCI: 1. Create VHD Set files by using: Failover Cluster Manager ( New Virtual Hard Disk Wizard ) Hyper-V Manager The New-VHD PowerShell cmdlet 2. Attach the VHD Set to a SCSI controller of VMs hosting cluster nodes: Failover Cluster Manager (VM Settings ) Add-VMHardDiskDrive PowerShell cmdlet with the -SupportPersistentReservations parameter
Demonstration: Implement guest clustering with shared disks Create a VHD Set Attach the VHD Set to a VM
Implement shielded VMs (1 of 6) Shielded VMs have a number of dependencies, including: Guarded fabric infrastructure managed by fabric admins, and consisting of: o A Host Guardian Service (HGS) host or cluster o Guarded Hyper-V hosts Shielding data file (.pdk file) encrypted by tenants, which contains: o Tenant secrets (admin passwords, RDP certificates) o Digital signatures of template disks available in the guarded fabric o One or more key protectors, designating trusted guarded fabrics
Implement shielded VMs (2 of 6) To implement guarded fabric: o Deploy an HGS cluster: 1. Install Windows Server 2019 on servers that will become HGS hosts 2. Join the servers to a dedicated, single-domain AD DS forest 3.

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