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Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure and Manage High Availability

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/04/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Robert McMillen

Released On: 5/5/2016

We want our systems to be 100% operational, 24/7. So in today's complex and high-traffic environments, it's important to reduce points of failure, add smart redundancy, and use high-availability tools—like virtualization and failover clustering offered in Windows Server 2012 R2—to keep systems performing at a high level. In this course, Robert McMillen teaches Windows network administrators how to configure and manage high-availability storage. He covers network load balancing (NLB) and failover clustering, concentrating on clustering for virtual machines and management of Windows cluster roles. By the end of the course, you'll be able to create a more reliable, scalable network for your end users, with a minimal amount of downtime.

Note: The topics covered in this course map to the "Configure and manage high availability" domain for the MCSA: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services exam (70-412).


Frame.io Video Collaboration and Review

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/04/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Ashley Kennedy

Released On: 5/5/2016

The review cycle is one of the most important phases of video production. Producers and editors need to be able to share edits, keep track of notes, and compare different cuts. Frame.io puts all these activities in a central place, in an intuitive and powerful cloud-based interface. This course, Frame.io Video Collaboration and Review, helps anyone integrate Frame.io's collaboration tools into their production cycle.

Staff author Ashley Kennedy begins by exploring the benefits of smart media collaboration—focusing on how Frame.io can redefine various cloud-based workflows and communications. She then delves into the main features of the standalone web application: setting up teams and collaborators, sharing projects and files, commenting and annotating projects, and understanding versioning and permissions. She also looks at the integration of Frame.io within two major nonlinear editing applications: Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X.


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