XenServer Administration Handbook is published by O'Reilly Media in April 2016. This book has 142 pages in English, ISBN-13 978-1491935439.
Packed with practical advice, this hands-on guide provides valuable information you need to most effectively optimize and manage the XenServer open source virtualization platform. Whether you run a modest installation of a few blades or multiple global enterprise datacenters, this book focuses on the most critical issues you’re likely to encounter when designing a XenServer deployment and helps you handle day-to-day management tasks.
Tim Mackey and J.K. Benedict from Citrix Systems, the company that manages XenServer, show you how to design a deployment through best practices, deployment blueprints, and installation guidelines. The book’s second part features concise, easy-to-implement recipes for day-to-day management, such as user rights, backup strategies, and hardware maintenance.
- Learn precisely what makes a XenServer work, and how it can host 1000 virtual machines
- Explore the core components of a production XenServer environment
- Investigate several options on how and where to install XenServer
- Examine several factors for “right sizing” your XenServer deployment to fit your needs
- Work with a decision tree to optimize your XenServer deployment design
- Understand how to accommodate guest VM virtualization modes
- Use recipes that help you plan for, obtain, and apply XenServer upgrades