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Instructor Preparation
Implementing PowerVM Live Partition Mobility
Course code AN33 ERC 1.0

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Trademarks
The reader should recognize that the following terms, which appear in the content of this
training document, are official trademarks of IBM or other companies:
IBM, the IBM logo, and ibm.com are trademarks or registered trademarks of International
Business Machines Corp., registered in many jurisdictions worldwide.
The following are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation, registered in
many jurisdictions worldwide:
Active Memory
DS6000
Notes
Power
PowerVM
POWER7+
Redbooks

AIX 6
Enterprise Workload
Manager
Power Architecture
PowerPC
POWER6+
POWER7

AIX
Express
Power Systems
PowerSC
POWER6
PureFlex

Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries, or
both.
Windows and Windows NT are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States,
other countries, or both.
Other product and service names might be trademarks of IBM or other companies.

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Instructor preparation
This document explains to the instructors management and the prospective instructor the
background skills that are required to effectively teach both the course and the prerequisite
courses. It also lists instructional documents and any other material that should be studied
before teaching the course. The prospective instructor must already possess all of the
delivery skills that are required to be an instructor.
This course covers a specific feature of PowerVM Enterprise Edition. If youve taught the
basic virtualization class (Power Systems for AIX - Virtualization I: Implementing
Virtualization AN30/AX30) then you have the skills to learn the PowerVM Live Partition
Mobility material. If you have not taught AN30, you should have strong Virtual I/O Server
skills for creating and managing virtual SCSI and virtual Fibre Channel devices, along with
general partition configuration skills.
To study for this material, review the instructor guide, read the references listed in the
References section of page 1 of each unit in the lecture materials, and watch the
recordings of the train-the-trainer (T3) course. Be sure to practice the exercises and
experiment with the lab environment.
For information about setting up the classroom, see the Lab Setup Guide for this course.

Course materials
The following materials are available for this course.
The instructor needs these materials:
Instructor Guide: The instructor notes will provide any clarification or extra information
needed to teach the visuals.
Instructor Exercises Guide: The instructor exercises guide contains important
information for the instructor, including a description of how to allocate students to
particular partitions when using the IRLP lab environment, and specific actions the
instructor must perform in certain situations. It also includes suggested timings.
Slide show
Lab Setup Guide
Each student needs these materials:
Student Notebook
Student Exercises Guide (There is a with hints version and a without hints version.)

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Instructor qualifications
Instructors must possess all of the teaching skills that are required of a successful
instructor. This section describes the additional course-specific knowledge that instructors
should have.

Instructor background
This section describes the technical and tool-specific knowledge that is necessary for
instructors to deliver the course successfully. If the instructor cannot address these topics
and draw on industry experience in doing so, the course might not be successful.
The instructor should have the following skills:
Perform common operations with partitions using the Hardware Management Console
(HMC) graphical interface and command line, such as: opening a console window,
dynamic LPAR (DLPAR) operations to add and remove adapters, activating and
shutting down partitions.
Create virtual SCSI devices and manage Virtual I/O Server partitions: This includes a
solid understanding of all of the different types of storage backing devices: physical
volumes, logical volumes, and file backed devices.
Understand PowerVM virtual Ethernet capabilities, including VLAN IDs.
Understand of how to configure networking in AIX.
Understand how to create a shared Ethernet adapter in a Virtual I/O Server partition.
Understand basic Fibre Channel SAN concepts.
Understand N_Port ID Virtualization (NPIV) technology used to implement Virtual Fibre
Channel storage access.
Basic AIX system administration skills, in particular managing devices and volume
groups.
The instructor should successfully complete the following prerequisite courses:
It is best if the instructor has previously taught Power Systems for AIX - Virtualization I:
Implementing Virtualization (course code AN30/AX30).
The instructor should have the following certifications:
None are required.

Suggested instructor preparation


The following preparations are suggested specifically for this course:

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Instructor Preparation

Study the instructor guide for this course and understand the information included in the
instructor notes.
Read the relevant information in the references listed in the References section of page
1 of each unit.
Watch the recordings of the train-the-trainer (T3) event.
Read the Lab Setup Guide to understand the lab environment.
Read the Instructor exercises overview section in the Instructor Exercises Guide to
understand the overall objectives of the exercises.
Read the Instructor exercise overview for each specific exercise to understand the
nature of each exercise, including any special actions that must be undertaken by the
instructor in certain situations.
Practice the exercises and experiment with the lab environment.

Other resources
None.

General recommendations for all IBM courses


Some of these resources might not be available until later in the course development
process. Review what is available and check back later for more resources:
Attend any instructor training that is available for this course.
Check for an SPVC (self-paced virtual class) of the course and, if available, attend it.
Review the following course information:
- Locate the course description in the online course catalog at
www.ibm.com/training.
- Read the course overview and course outline to understand the overall course
content.
- Review the audience for which the course is intended.
Know your audience so that you can assist the students and tailor the course for
anyone who does not meet the audience background but is still participating in the
course.
- Review the student prerequisites for this course.
You must know all of the information in the prerequisite courses. Depending on the
audience background and prerequisites, it might be necessary to review previous
materials.
- Review the skills taught in this course.
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Be sure that you know and understand all of the target skills for the course before
you attempt delivery.
Study the course materials.
Request the course materials, including the Instructor Guide, and request access to
the course labs at least two weeks before you are available to study them. Ensure
that you understand how to run the lab exercises and how to complete all lab setup
steps that are required.
Review all of the training paths that refer to this course.
You should know what comes before and after this course so that you can verify that
your audience meets the prerequisites and sell your audience on the follow-on courses.

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