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ATT8361 - PlateSpin Migrate: Migrating Workloads while They Run in Production

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This session will introduce you to PlateSpin Migrate and how it can migrate Windows or Linux workloads to new virtual or physical targets while they are running in production. This is one of the most useful tools you can find for everyday use in your data center and provides you with the flexibility to reallocate hardware and virtual resources during the day

During this session you will:

                •  Understand how PlateSpin Migrate moves or copies a workload

                •  Actually move a workload to an ESX environment

                •  Learn what other environments can be handled

Prerequisites: Students should meet the following prerequisites in order to be successful during the hands-on labs:

                •  An understanding of virtual environments and physical machines


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NetIQ
ATT
2h 30m