Now that your virtual machine is up and running, you'll want to learn how to use checkpoints to keep it healthy. I'll take you through that process in this movie.
- [Voiceover] One of the great benefits to virtualization…is the ability to easily save…the state of a virtual machine.…In Hyper-V, this is done through…the use of virtual machine checkpoints.…Checkpoints are point in time images of a virtual machine,…and so provide a fast and easy way…to revert the virtual machine to a previous state.…Checkpoints have been designed mainly for use…in development and test environments.…It's a good practice to create virtual machine checkpoints…before making software configuration changes,…applying a software update,…or installing new software on your machine.…
This way, if the system change were to cause an issue,…the virtual machine can be reverted to the state…at which it was when the checkpoint was taken.…Windows Hyper-V includes two types of checkpoints.…Standard checkpoints is a snapshot of the virtual machine…and the virtual machine memory…at the time the checkpoint is initiated.…This is not a full backup…and can cause data consistency issues with systems…that replicate data between different nodes…
Note: This course maps to the "Manage apps" domain of the Configure Windows Devices exam 70-697.
- Deploying via Azure RemoteApp
- Setting up cloud, cloud + VNet and hybrid collections
- Publishing RemoteApp apps
- Understanding real-world uses for RemoteApp
- Deploying and managing mobile apps with Intune
- Deploying virtual machines with Hyper-V
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Deploy and Manage Azure RemoteApp
2. Real-World Applications for RemoteApp
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