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  • RES Wisdom 2009 Hands-on training, day 2Lvl 200V1.0115 June2010Marcel Venema, Qwise100 level: Is an introduction to the topic or overview. The 100-level presentation assumes little or no expertise with the topic being covered. 200 level: Assumes 100-level knowledge and a fairly complete understanding of the features. The 200-level presentation may discuss case studies that cover a breadth of common scenarios or explain how to use more advanced features. 300 level: Assumes 200-level knowledge and an in-depth understanding of product features in a real-world environment. The 300-level presentation may go into unusual case studies that illustrate specific aspects of the product that are key to improving performance or interoperability. 400 level: Assumes the deepest level of technical knowledge we expect a customer to have. The 400-level presentation are essentially expert-to-expert sessions. The content provides the means for customers to push products to maximum performance, achieve the broadest possible interoperability, and create applications using even the most advanced features.
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    • 1. RES Wisdom 2009
      Hands-on training day2
      May 2010
      Marcel Venema, Qwise
      Level 200
      V1.01
    • 2. Introduction trainer
      Marcel Venema
      Citrix Certified Instructor, Microsoft Certified Trainer
      Infrastructure & Virtualization
      Xen Master , Hyper-V, Terminal Services, App-V,
      RES PowerFuse, RES Wisdom
      Architect, Sr. Technical Consultant, Trainer at Qwise
      Ownercommunity website W-TECH.NET
      marcel.venema@qwise.nl
    • 3. Agenda
      Day 1:
      • What’s RES Wisdom 2009 ?
      • 4. Architecture
      • 5. Installation
      • 6. Queries & Tasks
      • 7. Security roles
      • 8. Wisdom Repository
      • 9. Snapshot Intelligence
      Day 2:
      • Advanced configuration
      • 10. Using RES Wisdom
      • 11. QwIQ Installation Framework
      • 12. Licenses, Building blocks and Instant Reports
      • 13. Exam training
    • Day 1 Recap
      Agents, Teams, Dispatchers and DataStore
      Resources
      Jobs
      Tasks & Queries
      Modules
      Projects
      RunBooks
      Conditions
      Parameters
    • 14. Advanced Configuration
      • Autocreate parameters
      • 15. Linked parameters
      • 16. Functions
      • 17. Instant report : Document your environment
    • Delegation of control
      In the Security section you can fully secure your RES Wisdom management Console. It is possible to set specific security types on specific sections of the management Console and combine these restrictions with specific (types of) users.
      Logins
      Security Roles
      E.g. Grant specific employees execute rights to predefined (and tested) Run Books, without having to assign them rights to Modules, Projects and Agents
    • 18. Using resources
      • Store in DataStore, but other options are fine also.
      • 19. Use Folders to create structure.
      • 20. Use Naming Conventions !
      • 21. Name
      • 22. Date added
      • 23. Version of resource
      • 24. What’s changed
      • 25. URL/Info of resource
    • Using Modules/Projects
      • Make generic modules and projects
      • 26. Use conditions and parameters
      • 27. Use naming conventions !
      • 28. Name
      • 29. Date added
      • 30. Version of resource
      • 31. What’s changed
      • 32. Prerequisites
    • Using Parameters
      • Create generic modules and projects with parameters
      • 33. Uncheck ‘Input new value when importing…’
    • Using jobs
      Reapply the entire Job history of that Agent or a Team on another Agent or Team.
      Exclude specific tasks
    • 34. Building Blocks
      Transport resources, modules, projects and runbooks
      XML and XBB file format
      Easy transport between production and test environment
    • 35. QwIQ
      Library of pre-defined Qwise building blocks
      Proven Quality
      Predictable results, fixed time & price
      Library grows with each project
      Use in every project
      RES Wisdom 60day trail license
      Core :
      XenDesktop :
      • Desktop Delivery Controller
      • 38. Virtual Desktop Agent
      Provisioning :
      • Provisioning Services
      • 39. XA template
      • 40. XD template
      Hypervisor :
      XenApp :
      Access :
      • Access Gateway
      Common :
      • User Profiles
      • 46. User Desktop
    • Licenses
      Windows Workstation : 1 license
      Database server : 1 license
      Remote host : 1 license
      Windows Server : 4 licenses
      Virtualization host : 4 licenses
      Terminal Server : 8 licenses
      Mail server : 16 licenses
      Directory server : 32 licenses
    • 47. Exam Training
      60 Questions, 60 minutes
    • 48. Questions ?
      marcel.venema@qwise.nl
      marcel@w-tech.net
    • 49. Links
      www.resug.com
      www.resguru.com
      www.w-tech.net
      www.ressoftware.com
      www.appdeploy.com
      For training:
      www.qwise.nl