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VMware vSphere 6.0 Ultimate Bootcamp

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Overview:

The VMware vSphere 6.0 Ultimate Bootcamp course covers everything you need to know planning and installing ESXi, virtualisation configuring networking, configuring storage, snapshots, security and permission, VM creation and VM monitoring. The course is comprehensive and covers fundamental tools to plan, install and administer VMware environment and an opportunity to explore deeper in a software-defined data centre.

The VMware vSphere 6.0 Ultimate Bootcamp course covers a broad range of topics and maximizes learners’ hands-on experience with VMware vSphere based on real-world scenarios. Learners will gain skills and knowledge to maximise efficiency in an enterprise environment.

The course is internationally recognised and accredited to a training organisation and you will be issued an internationally recognised qualification following full completion of the VMware vSphere 6.0 Ultimate Bootcamp course.

Why consider 1Training?

As improvements and advancements are made in technology, online courses are no longer just conventional means of studying at affordable costs. In many aspects online training offers superiority to traditional learning. There is an effectiveness and convenience that traditional learning cannot provide. The overall convenience and flexibility makes it a superior learning method.

1Training offers the most convenient path to gain an internationally recognised qualification that will give you the opportunity to put into practice your skill and expertise in an enterprise or corporate environment. You can study at your own pace at 1Training and you will be provided with all the necessary material, tutorials, qualified course instructor and multiple free resources which include Free CV writing pack, Nus Discounted Card, Free career support and course demo to make your learning experience enriching and more rewarding.

Learning Outcomes?

  • Learn about new and exciting features of VMware vSphere6.0
  • Learn foundational terms and concepts concerning virtualisation
  • Learn how to install, configure and support ESXi 6.0
  • The use of new Content Libraries
  • Server consolidation procedures and reasoning
  • How to configure and optimise storage

Course Curriculum

  • Module 01: Course Introduction and Methodology
  • Module 02: Virtualisation Overview
  • Module 03: Planning and Installing ESXi
  • Module 04: Using Tools to Administer a VMware Environment
  • Module 05: vCenter Server 6.0 and Licensing
  • Module 06: Configuring Networking
  • Module 07: Configuring Storage
  • Module 08: VM Creation, Configuration, and Snapshots
  • Module 09: Security and Permissions
  • Module 10: Server and VM Monitoring
  • Module 11: Advanced ESXi and vCenter Server Management
  • Module 12: Patching and Upgrading ESXi
  • Module 13: Disaster Recovery and Backup

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course.  The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at anytime.

This Course is intended for?

  • IT Professionals
  • System Administrators
  • Network Administrators
  • Learners with experience in Microsoft Windows
  • Anyone who is interested in expanding their knowledge of VMware vSphere

Entry Requirements

This course is recommended for IT professionals with 1 year experience in server and infrastructure. Individuals must have experience in Microsoft Windows and Linux Server.

Assessment

This is a multiple choice, performance-based exam comprising of 80 questions to be completed in 2 hours. Pass mark is 75%.

As it is an official exam, learners will have to purchase it separately on the relevant website.

Certification

Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in VMware vSphere 6.0 Ultimate Bootcamp.

Awarding Body

The certificate will be awarded by VMware. This internationally recognised qualification will make your CV standout and encourage employers to see your motivation at expanding your skills and knowledge in the IT enterprise.

Career Path and Salary

Once you successfully complete VMware vSphere 6.0 Ultimate Bootcamp you will be qualified to work in the following positions. The VMware vSphere 6.0 Ultimate Bootcamp qualification will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion. The average UK salary per annum according to https://www.payscale.com is given below.

  • IT Support Engineer – £22,081 per annum
  • System Administrators – £25,422 per annum
  • Server Administrator – £31,335 per annum
  • Network Administrator – £25,250 per annum

Other Benefits

  • Written and designed by the industry’s finest expert instructors with over 15 years of experience
  • Repeat and rewind all your lectures and enjoy a personalised learning experience
  • Gain access to quality video tutorials
  • Unlimited 12 months access from anywhere, anytime
  • Excellent Tutor Support Service (Monday to Friday)
  • Save time and money on travel
  • Learn at your convenience and leisure
  • Eligible for a TOTUM discount card
  • Free Career Support Service
  • 25% Discount on personal Statement and covering letter writing service
  • Free Access to Over 150 courses for 2 days (48 hours)
  • Free access to course before you purchase (For selected courses only)

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 578
➤ Module 1: Course Introduction and Methodology
Course Introduction
1.1 Learn IT! Do IT! Know IT!
1.2 Course Methodology
1.3 Lab Access
1.4 Certified Virtualization Expert (CVE) Certification
1.5 Chapter 01 Review
➤ Module 2: Virtualization Overview
Lesson 1: VMware Virtualization
1.1 The Software-Defined Datacenter (SDDC)
1.2 vCloud Suite 6.0
1.3 Class Exercise – Why Virtualize?
1.4 Why Virtualize? – Simplified Management!
1.5 VMware TCO Comparison Calculator
1.6 What is Virtual Infrastructure?
1.7 VMware vSphere 6.0
1.8 Type 1 and Type 2 Hypervisors
1.9 What is a Virtual Machine (VM)?
Lesson 2: Other VMware & 3rd Party Virtualization Technologies
2.1 VMware Horizon View 6.0 (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure)
2.2 VMware Horizon FLEX
2.3 VMware Workstation Pro 12
2.4 VMware Fusion 8
2.5 VMware Workstation Player
2.6 Windows Server Virtualization Hyper-V (Windows Server 2012 R2)
2.7 XenServer Enterprise v6
2.8 XenDesktop & Essentials for XenServer
2.9 Chapter 02 Review
➤ Module 3: Planning and Installing ESXi
Lesson 1: Planning the ESXi Deployment
1.1 Physical Hardware Requirements
1.2 vSphere Hypervisor 6.0 (VMware ESXi)
1.3 VMware ESXi 6.0
1.4 Booting ESXi from a SAN LUN (Fibre Channel or iSCSI)
1.5 Booting ESXi from a SAN LUN
1.6 Linux, Windows & ESX/ESXi
Lesson 2: vSphere 6.x Deployment Guidelines
2.1 Overview of Deployment Planning
2.2 ESXi Compatibility Guides
2.3 Storage: Capacity and Performance
2.4 VMware Capacity Planner
Lesson 3: vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi) Installation
3.1 vSphere Hypervisor 6.x Installable
3.2 ESXi Installation Options
3.3 Demo: Installation of ESXi 6.0
3.4 Local Configuration of ESXi 6.0 using DCUI
3.5 UDA 2.0 Script ESXi Installation
3.6 vSphere 6.x ESXi Image Builder CLI
3.7 vSphere 5.x/6.x Auto Deploy Architecture
3.8 vSphere 6.x Auto Deploy for ESXi PXE Boot
Lesson 4: Configuring Hostname Resolution and NTP
4.1 Configuring DNS Settings
4.2 Time Synchronization
Lesson 5: Troubleshooting ESXi
5.1 ESXi Host Health Check
5.2 ESXi Host Boot Process
5.3 Troubleshooting: hostd
5.4 Troubleshooting ESXi CIM Management Agents
5.5 Purple Screen Of Death (PSOD)
5.6 Chapter 03 Review
➤ Module 4: Using Tools to Administer a VMware Environment
Lesson 1: Overview of 3rd Party Tools
1.1 WinSCP 5.x.x (Free)
1.2 ISO Programs
1.3 Xtravirt.com
1.4 Foglight for Virtualization – Free Edition (Dell Software)
1.5 RVTools v 3.7
1.6 Other Tools
Lesson 2: ESXi Management
2.1 ESXi Host & vCenter Server Management Overview
2.2 Direct Console User Interface (DCUI)
2.3 Managing ESXi with the vSphere Client (VIC)
2.4 The Management User Interface (MUI) (ESXi or vCenter)
2.5 Managing with the vSphere Web Client
2.6 Customizing the vSphere Web Client 6.0 Login UI
2.7 SSH Access: PuTTY, SecureCRT, WinSCP, etc.
2.8 Datastore Browser
2.9 Configuration of Troubleshooting Options in ESXi 6.x
2.10 Troubleshooting Options: ESXi 6.x
2.11 CLI Commands Overview
2.12 CLI Commands
2.13 esxcli, vimsh, vim-cmd, “commands”
2.14 vSphere Command Line Interface (vCLI)
2.15 Managing ESX/ESXi with the vSphere CLI (vCLI)
2.16 vCLI Command Syntax
2.17 vSphere Perl SDK for vSphere 6.0
2.18 vSphere Management Assistant (vMA 6.0)
2.19 PowerCLI 6.0 Release 1
2.20 PowerGUI (Dell/Quest, Free)
Lesson 3: Linux Command Review
3.1 Windows Commands vs. Linux Commands
3.2 Common Command Line Interface (CLI) Options
3.3 Working at the Command Line (CLI)
3.4 ESXi 6.0 Text Editor
Lesson 4: Troubleshooting the vSphere Client (VIC)
4.1 vSphere Client (VIC) Logs
4.2 Cannot Login Using vSphere Client (VIC)
4.3 Chapter 04 Review
➤ Module 5: vCenter Server 6.0 and Licensing
Lesson 1: Licensing
1.1 vCenter Server 6 & ESXi Host Licensing Model
1.2 vSphere Essentials 6.0 for Small Business
1.3 vSphere 6.0 License Types and Pricing
1.4 Features Added in vSphere 5.1 & Still Exist in 5.5 & 6.0
1.5 Windows Licensing Calculator
Lesson 2: Planning vCenter Server Deployment
2.1 vCenter Server 6.x Summary
2.2 vCenter Server 6.0 Specifications
2.3 vCenter Server Database Overview
2.4 vCenter Server Virtual Appliance (vCSA) Specifications
2.5 Comparing Windows vCenter 6.0 to vCSA 6.0
2.6 vCenter Server 6.0 Host Functionality
2.7 vCenter Server 5.1/5.5 Managing Multiple Locations
2.8 vCenter Server 6.0 Managing Multiple Locations
2.9 vCenter Server 6.0 Architecture
2.10 Components of vCenter 6.0 – Platform Services Controller (PSC)
2.11 Components of vCenter 6.0 – vCenter Server
2.12 Topologies for vCenter 6.0
2.13 vCenter Server 6.x Database Sizing
2.14 Backup Strategy for vCenter Server
Lesson 3: vCenter Server Installation
3.1 vCenter 6.0 Installation (Windows or VCSA)
3.2 Windows vCenter 6.0 Installation
3.3 vCenter Server 6.0 Single Server (Windows)
3.4 External Platform Services Controller (PSC) Only (Windows)
3.5 vCenter Server 6.0 for External PSC (Windows)
3.6 vCenter Server Appliance 6.0 for Embedded PSC (Linux)
3.7 vCenter Server 6.0 Post Install
3.8 VIC Plug-ins Post UM Install
Lesson 4: vSphere Web Client
4.1 vSphere Web Client
4.2 vSphere Web Client – Requirements
4.3 Using vSphere Web Client 6.0
Lesson 5: vCenter Server Inventory
5.1 vCenter Server Home Page
5.2 Hosts and Clusters: Datacenters
5.3 Hosts and Clusters: Folders and Clusters
5.4 VMs and Templates: Subfolders
5.5 vCenter Inventory: VMs/Templates Additional Information
5.6 Storage: Folders and Datastores
5.7 Networking: Portgroups & Distributed Switches (vDS)
5.8 Content Library Basics
5.9 Create a Content Library
Lesson 6: Managing vCenter Server
6.1 Scheduled Tasks
6.2 Events
6.3 Sessions
6.4 Tasks/Alarms/Work in Progress & Logged On As
6.5 System Logs
6.6 Flings at VMware Labs
Lesson 7: Troubleshooting vCenter Server
7.1 Refreshing vCenter Server
7.2 Monitoring – Hardware Status
7.3 Monitoring – vCenter Server Status
7.4 ESXi Host Agent (hostd) Hangs
7.5 vCenter Server Log Files
7.6 vCenter Server Service (vpxd) Errors
7.7 vCenter Server Standalone Mode
7.8 vSphere Client Session Errors
7.9 Chapter 05 Review
➤ Module 6: Configuring Networking
Lesson 1: Creating & Modifying Virtual Networks
1.1 Networking Terms
1.2 vSphere 6.0 Virtual Switch Types
1.3 Network Connections in ESXi
1.4 Add/Edit Networking
1.5 Standard Virtual Switches (vSS)
1.6 Virtual Switch & Connection Type Identification
1.7 VMware Assigned MAC Addresses
1.8 Custom MAC Address
1.9 Virtual Switch Physical NIC Configurations
1.10 NIC Teaming
1.11 Cisco Discovery Protocol on vSS
1.12 Modifying vSS Properties (Ports Tab in vSphere Client (VIC))
1.13 Ports – 5.5 & Higher
1.14 Modifying vSwitch Properties (Network Adapters Tab)
1.15 VLAN Overview
1.16 VLAN Implementations
1.17 Standard vSwitch VLAN Configuration
1.18 Standard vSwitch Protection and VLANs
1.19 Standard vSwitch & Port Group Policy Settings: Security
1.20 Standard vSwitch and Port Group Policy Exceptions: Traffic Shaping
1.21 Standard vSwitch and Port Group Policy Exceptions: NIC Teaming
1.22 Network Failure and NIC Teaming Options
1.23 Load Balancing Method: Route Based on the Originating Virtual Port ID (Default)
1.24 Load Balancing Method: Route Based on Source MAC Hash
1.25 Load Balancing Method: Route Based on IP Hash (Source + Destination)
1.26 Requirements for IP Hash
1.27 Port Group: Override vSwitch Failover Order
1.28 Multiple Policies Applied to a Single Team
1.29 Physical Switch Configuration
Lesson 2: vSphere Distributed Switches
2.1 vSphere Distributed vSwitch (vDS) Overview
2.2 vSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) New Features in vSphere 5.0
2.3 vSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) New Features in vSphere 5.1
2.4 vSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) New Features in vSphere 5.5
2.5 vSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) New Features in vSphere 6.0
2.6 Creating a vSphere Distributed Switch
2.7 Edit vDS Settings
2.8 Edit vDS Uplink Settings
2.9 Edit vDS Port Group Settings
2.10 Private VLAN (PVLAN) Tagging
2.11 Private VLANs
2.12 Migrating VMkernel Port to vDS
2.13 Network I/O Control (NIOC)
2.14 Network I/O Control (NIOC) – Best Practices
2.15 Create NetFlow
2.16 Using Port Mirroring
2.17 vDS Health Check
2.18 Traffic Filtering and Marking
2.19 Configure LACP on vDS 5.5
2.20 Per VM NIOC 3 Settings
Lesson 3: 3rd Party Distributed Switches
3.1 Cisco Nexus 1000v Virtual Switch
3.2 Nexus 1000v Editions Compared
3.3 Nexus 1000v Architecture
3.4 IBM System Networking Distributed Virtual Switch 5000V
3.5 Networking Review
3.6 Chapter 06 Review
➤ Module 7: Configuring Storage
Lesson 1: Storage Concepts
1.1 Storage Terms
1.2 SAN vs NAS in vSphere
1.3 Device and Path Naming
1.4 vSphere’s Family of Storage APIs
1.5 Storage APIs – Array Integration
1.6 Multipathing
1.7 Storage APIs – Multipathing
1.8 Path Selection Considerations
1.9 Viewing Multipathing from VIC
1.10 Viewing Multipathing – Web Client
1.11 Example of 3rd Party Multipathing Plugin Installation (NMP) using VIC
1.12 All Paths Down (APD)
1.14 SIOC Enhancements
1.15 SIOC Setup in Web Client
1.16 SIOC Monitoring
1.17 Scanning LUNs – iSCSI/Fibre Channel
Lesson 2: iSCSI Storage
2.1 Internet Small Computers Systems Interface (iSCSI) Overview
2.2 iSCSI Terms for ESX / ESXi
2.3 ESX / ESXi and iSCSI SAN Environment and Addressing
2.4 Hardware vs. Software Initiators
2.5 Multipathing with iSCSI
2.6 Setup Steps – Multipathing with Software iSCSI
2.7 iSCSI Software Initiator Networking
2.8 Configuring iSCSI
2.9 Jumbo Frames
2.10 Configure Software Initiator: CHAP Authentication
2.11 iSCSI Software Initiator Troubleshooting
2.12 iSCSI Vendors and Products
Lesson 3: Fibre Channel Storage
3.1 What is Fibre Channel?
3.2 Fibre Channel Terms for ESXi
3.3 ESX / ESXi and Fibre Channel SAN Environment and Addressing
3.4 Multipathing with Fibre Channel
3.5 Fibre Channel Vendors and Products
3.6 Network/Storage Architecture Review
Lesson 4: VMFS Datastores
4.1 Virtual Machine File System (VMFS-5)
4.2 Virtual Machine File System (Updates in vSphere 5.5)
4.3 Upgrade VMFS-3 to VMFS-5
4.4 Viewing and Creating a VMFS-5 Datastore
4.5 Extending your VMFS Datastore using Extents
4.6 Add an Extent to Existing VMFS
4.7 Expand an ESXi 6.0 VMFS Volume
4.8 Disk Defragmentation
4.9 VMFS Operations – vmkfstools
Lesson 5: NAS Storage and NFS Datastores
5.1 Network Attached Storage (NAS)
5.2 NFS v4.1
5.3 NFS Components, Addressing and Access Control with NFS on Linux
5.4 NFS Target on Windows 2003 R2 & Higher
5.5 Mount an NFS Datastore to Host
Lesson 6: Raw Device Mapping (RDM)
6.1 Raw Device Mapping (RDM)
6.2 RDM Compatibility Modes
6.3 Raw Device Mapping Benefits
6.4 Raw Device Mapping
Lesson 7: Solid State Disks (SSD)
7.1 Solid State Disks (SSD)
7.2 When ESXi Fails to Identify Solid State Disks
7.3 Using SMART with SSD
7.4 Host Cache Configuration
7.5 vSphere Virtual Flash
7.6 Configure a Virtual Flash Resource
7.7 Configure Virtual Flash Host Swap
7.8 Virtual Flash Read Cache
Lesson 8: Storage & Management Solutions
8.1 vFoglight Storage – Dell/Quest
8.2 vOptimizer Pro (vOPS Storage Optimizer) – Dell Software
Lesson 9: VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN)
9.1 VSAN Overview
9.2 VSAN Device Configuration
9.3 VSAN Cluster Configuration
9.4 VSAN Architecture
9.5 VSAN 6.0 – What’s New
Lesson 10: vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVols)
10.1 vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVols) – Concepts
10.2 vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVols) – Architecture
10.3 vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVols) – Characteristics
10.4 vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVols) – Considerations, Limitations & Guidelines
10.5 VVols Certified Storage Vendors
10.6 Chapter 07 Review
➤ Module 8: VM Creation, Configuration, and Snapshots
Lesson 1: Create a VM
1.1 VM Virtual Hardware
1.2 Types of Virtual NICs (vNIC)
1.3 Virtual Machine Files
1.4 VMDK Stub File Creation
1.5 VMDK Disk Provisioning
1.6 Virtual Disk
1.7 VM Properties HW v9 via vSphere Web Client
1.8 VM Properties HW v10 via vSphere Web Client
1.9 VM Properties HW v11 via vSphere Web Client
1.10 Larger 62 TB Virtual Disks
1.11 AHCI SATA Controller
1.12 Virtual SCSI Controller Type
1.13 Install Guest OS into VM
1.14 VM Console & Menus – VIC
1.15 VM Console – Web Client
1.16 VM Remote Console (VMRC)
1.17 VMware Tools
1.18 VMware Tools 5.0 & Earlier vs. 5.1/5.5/6.0
Lesson 2: Create Multiple VMs, Templates & Clones
2.1 Clones & Templates
2.2 Deploy VM from Template
2.3 Customizing the OS in a Virtual Machine
2.4 Customization Specification Manager
2.5 Content Library – Store Template
2.6 Use Template from Library
2.7 Customize Existing VM
2.8 Deploying Across Datacenters
Lesson 3: Virtual Appliances
3.1 Virtual Appliances
3.2 Import Virtual Appliances
3.3 Export VM to OVF Format
Lesson 4: Configuration and Use of vApps
4.1 vApp Overview
4.2 Creating and Using vApps
Lesson 5: VMware Converter (P2V – V2V)
5.1 VMware Converter 6.0
5.2 VMware Converter 6.0 What’s New
5.3 VMware Converter 6.0 Sources
5.4 VMware vCenter Converter 6.0
5.5 Pre Conversion Tasks
5.6 Hot Cloning – 4 Step Process
5.7 Post Conversion Steps
5.8 VMware vCenter Converter 6.0 Standalone
5.9 Troubleshooting VMware Converter
5.10 NetIQ – PlateSpin Migrate 9.3
Lesson 6: Manage VMs
6.1 Hot and Cold VM Migrations
6.2 Hot Add Memory and CPUs
6.3 VM Properties – Hardware Tab
6.4 Adding USB Devices to VM
6.5 VM Properties – Options Tab
6.6 Resize a Virtual Disk
6.7 Extend VMDK
6.8 Dell’s extpart – NO REBOOT
6.9 Extend Partitions using gparted
6.10 vOptimizer Pro
6.11 Thin Provisioned Disk Reclamation
6.12 SDelete – Zero Free Space in VM
6.13 VMware GuestReclaim Fling
6.14 Raxco PerfectStorage
6.15 Renaming a Virtual Machine
Lesson 7: Virtual Machine Startup / Shutdown
7.1 Startup/Shutdown of VMs
7.2 Enabling VM Startup/Shutdown
Lesson 8: Virtual Machine Snapshots
8.1 Virtual Machine Snapshots
8.2 Files used by Snapshots
8.3 Taking Snapshots
8.4 Snapshot Manager
8.5 Reverting to a Snapshot
8.6 Deleting Snapshots
8.7 Consolidating Snapshots
Lesson 9: Virtual Machine Troubleshooting & Best Practices
9.1 Troubleshooting VM Problems
9.2 Differences between VMs and Physical Servers (Best Practices)
9.3 Chapter 08 Review
➤ Module 9: Security and Permissions
Lesson 1: Controlling User Access and Passwords
1.1 Types of Users
1.2 ESXi Account Security
1.3 ESXi Account Security Configuration
1.4 ESXi Security Enhancements
1.5 Lockdown Modes in vSphere 6.0
1.6 vCenter/ESXi Host Security Model
1.7 Permissions
1.8 Global Permissions
1.9 Roles
1.10 Privileges Explained
1.11 ESXi Host Permissions
1.12 Windows vCenter Permissions
1.13 vCSA Permissions
1.14 Multiple Group Permissions No Conflicts – Groups Only
1.15 Multiple Group Permissions No Conflicts – Users and Groups
1.16 Multiple Group Permissions Conflicting Permissions
1.17 Multiple Group Permissions User Overrides and Unions
1.18 Multiple User Permissions Explicit vs. Inherited
1.19 Multiple User Permissions Explicit vs. Inherited #2
Lesson 2: ESXi Active Directory (AD) Integration
2.1 AD-ESX/ESXi Authentication Services
2.2 Assign ESXi Permissions Directly to AD Users
Lesson 3: Managing Firewalls
3.1 ESXi Firewall
3.2 TCP & UDP Ports
3.3 ESXi Firewall Configuration via vSphere Web Client
Lesson 4: Managing Security Certificates
4.1 Data Encryption
4.2 Certificate Changes in vSphere 6.0
4.3 VMware Certificate Management
4.4 Additional Certificate Information
4.5 Chapter 09 Review
➤ Module 10: Server and VM Monitoring
Lesson 1: Optimizing Resources
1.1 Transparent Memory Page Sharing
1.2 TPS Modified – ESXi 5.0 – 6.0
1.3 Memory Overcommitment
1.4 Balloon-Driver: vmmemctl
1.5 Memory Compression
1.6 VMkernel Swap
1.7 VM Swap Files
1.8 Memory Overhead
1.9 VMkernel Swap Location
1.10 Host System Swap File
1.11 Memory Usage
1.12 Virtual CPUs (vCPUs)
1.13 VMkernel CPU Load Balancing
1.14 VMs’ CPU & Memory Resource Setting Terms
1.15 CPU Resource Settings
1.16 Memory Resource Settings
1.17 ESXi 6.0 Utilization per VM
1.18 Resource Shares
Lesson 2: Resource Pools
2.1 Resource Pools Overview
2.2 Resource Pool Configuration
2.3 Resource Pool Example Summary
2.4 Resource Pool Example: CPU Limits
2.5 Best Practices for VM Resources
Lesson 3: Latency Sensitive Applications
3.1 Deploying Extremely Latency-Sensitive Applications
3.2 Latency-Sensitive Feature
Lesson 4: Performance Monitoring
4.1 Performance Monitoring – Overview
4.2 Performance Monitoring – Advanced
4.3 Customize Performance Chart
4.4 Troubleshooting Performance
4.5 esxtop
4.6 Performance Snapshots from CLI
4.7 VMware vRealize Operations (Formerly vCenter Operations Management Suite)
4.8 Veeam ONE 8 for Vmware
4.9 Veeam Management Pack for System Center (Formerly nworks)
4.10 Dell Software Foglight for Virtualization – 2 Paid Editions
4.11 Solarwinds Virtualization Manager
4.12 VMTurbo Virtual Health Monitor
Lesson 5: Configuring Alarms
5.1 vCenter Alarms
5.2 Default Alarms in vCenter
5.3 Alarm Settings
5.4 Configure vCenter Notifications
Lesson 6: ESXi & vCenter Logs
6.1 ESXi 5.x/6.0 Log Files from DCUI
6.2 ESXi 6.0 Log File Locations
6.3 ESXi 6.0 Log Files
6.4 Collecting Windows vCenter Log Files
6.5 Collecting vCSA Log Files
6.6 Collecting vCenter Diagnostics Data
6.7 Configuring Syslog on ESXi (GUI)
6.8 syslog servers
6.9 Chapter 10 Review
➤ Module 11: Advanced ESXi and vCenter Server Management
Lesson 1: Storage Reports
1.1 vCenter Storage Reports
Lesson 2: Storage vMotion
2.1 Storage vMotion Migration
2.2 Requirements for Storage vMotion
2.3 Storage vMotion Architecture
2.4 Storage vMotion in vSphere 5.x/6.0
Lesson 3: Configuring vMotion
3.1 vMotion Migration
3.2 How vMotion Works
3.3 vMotion: Host Requirements
3.4 vMotion Errors and Warnings
3.5 VM Map View
3.6 Advanced vMotion Errors
3.7 vMotion Enhancements
3.8 Cross vSwitch vMotion
3.9 Cross vCenter vMotion
3.10 Long Distance vMotion
Lesson 4: Enhanced vMotion
4.1 Enhanced vMotion Migration
Lesson 5: Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) Cluster
5.1 vCenter Host Cluster
5.2 Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) Overview
5.3 DRS Cluster in the vCenter Inventory
5.4 Retaining Host Resource Pools
5.5 Configure Automation Level
5.6 Initial Placement
5.7 DRS Recommendations, History, & Utilization
5.8 Virtual Machine Rules
5.9 Groups & Rules – Virtual Machine to Host
5.10 VM Overrides
5.11 Distributed Power Management (DPM)
5.12 Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC)
5.13 VM Swapfile Location
5.14 Planned Downtime: Maintenance Mode
Lesson 6: DRS Cluster Monitoring
6.1 Monitor Cluster Objects State
6.2 Monitoring the DRS Cluster – Resource Allocation
6.3 Monitoring the DRS Cluster – What to look for …
Lesson 7: Profile Driven Storage, Datastore Clusters & Storage DRS (SDRS)
7.1 Profile-Driven Storage
7.2 vSphere Storage API for Storage Awareness (VASA)
7.3 Manage Storage Capabilities
7.4 Enable VM Storage Policy
7.5 Create VM Storage Policies
7.6 Apply VM Storage Policy to VMs
7.7 Datastore Clusters
7.8 Storage DRS (SDRS)
7.9 Create a Datastore Cluster for SDRS
7.10 Datastore Cluster Information
7.11 Edit a Datastore Cluster
Lesson 8: Host Profiles
8.1 Host Profiles Overview
8.2 Host Profile Updates
8.3 Create Host Profile
8.4 Edit Host Profile
8.5 Attach Host Profile
8.6 Check Compliance from Host Profile
8.7 Check Compliance from Cluster
8.8 Apply Host Profile
8.9 Export a Host Profile
Lesson 9: Linked Mode Group of vCenter Servers
9.1 Linked vCenter Servers Overview – vSphere 5.1/5.5
9.2 Linked Mode Group Prerequisites – vSphere 5.1/5.5
9.3 Create a Linked Mode Group – vSphere 5.1/5.5
9.4 Manage Multiple vCenters – vSphere 5.1/5.5
9.5 Enhanced Linked Mode
9.6 Chapter 11 Review
➤ Module 12: Patching and Upgrading ESXi
Lesson 1: Patching ESXi Standalone Hosts & vCSA 6.0
1.1 ESXi Standalone Patch Installation
1.2 vCSA Patch/Update Installation
Lesson 2: Patching the vCenter Environment
2.1 Update Manager 6.0 Patching
2.2 Shavlik Protect (Standard & Advanced)
2.3 Update Manager Terms
2.4 Install Update Manager 6.0
2.5 Update Manager vSphere Client Plug-in
2.6 Update Manager Baselines
2.7 Update Manager Remediation Defaults and Configuration Options
2.8 Update Manager Events
2.9 Update Manager Notifications
2.10 Patch Repository
2.11 Update Manager Download Service
2.12 Update Manager Sizing Estimator
2.13 Update Manager Tab
2.14 Update Manager in the Web Client
2.15 Remediation
Lesson 3: Upgrades and Migrations
3.1 vCenter Upgrade Methodology – Older Versions to 5.x
3.2 Upgrade vCenter 5.0 to 6.0
3.3 Upgrade vCenter 5.1/5.5 to 6.0
3.4 Upgrade vCSA 5.1U3/5.5 to 6.0
3.5 Services Migrated during Upgrade vCenter to 6.0
3.6 Upgrade of Multiple vSphere Products to Use vCenter 6.0
3.7 Upgrade vCenter SSO 5.1 for External Deployment
3.8 Upgrade vCenter SSO 5.5 for External Deployment
3.9 Upgrade Embedded SSO 5.1/5.5 to External SSO 6.0 (Windows)
3.10 Upgrade vCenter 4.1 to 5.5
3.11 Upgrade vCenter 5.0 to 6.0 – All in One
3.12 Upgrade vCSA 5.1U3/5.5 to 6.0 (Cont.)
3.13 Upgrade Update Manager 4.1 to 5.5
3.14 Upgrade Update Manager 5.5 to 6.0
3.15 Migrate SQL Express to Full SQL Server
3.16 Upgrade Error: Incompatible MSSQL Version
3.17 Upgrade Host to ESXi 6.0 using Media
3.18 ESXi Upgrade using Update Manager (5.x – 6.0)
3.19 ESXi Migration to New Hardware
3.20 Upgrade Distributed Switch to 6.0
3.21 Upgrade the Virtual Machines
3.22 Use the Web Client to Upgrade the VMware Tools
3.23 Use vSphere (web) Client to Upgrade Virtual Machine Hardware V11
3.24 Use Update Manager to Upgrade Virtual Machines
3.25 Chapter 12 Review
➤ Module 13: Disaster Recovery and Backup
Lesson 1: vSphere Replication 6
1.1 vSphere Replication v5.5
1.2 What’s New in vSphere Replication v5.5 (vR)
1.3 What’s New in vSphere Replication v6.0 (vR)
1.4 VR v6.0 Deploy Appliance
1.5 VR v6.0 Configure Replication
1.6 VR v6.0 Recovery
Lesson 2: Site Recovery Manager (SRM)
2.1 VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) V5.5
2.2 VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) V5.5 – Features
2.3 VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) V5.5 – What’s New
2.4 VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) V6.0 – What’s New
2.5 SRM Architecture Overview
Lesson 3: High Availability (HA)
3.1 VMware High Availability
3.2 New vSphere 5.0 HA Features
3.3 New vSphere 5.1 HA Features
3.4 New vSphere 5.5 HA Features
3.5 New vSphere 6.0 HA Features
3.6 vSphere 6.0 HA in Action
3.7 Configure HA Cluster
3.8 VMware HA: Host Monitoring
3.9 Configure Datastore Heartbeat
3.10 Host Isolation
3.11 Guidelines for Isolation Response Setting
3.12 VMware HA: Virtual Machine Overrides
3.13 Configure HA Admission Control
3.14 HA VM Monitoring
3.15 Viewing your HA Cluster
Lesson 4: VM Fault Tolerance
4.1 Fault Tolerance Overview
4.2 Demo – Fault Tolerance VM
4.3 Fault Tolerance Requirements
4.4 Fault Tolerance Differences
4.5 Configure Fault Tolerance
Lesson 5: Microsoft Clustering
5.1 Virtualizing Microsoft Clusters
5.2 vSphere 5.5 Updates for MSCS/WSFC
5.3 vSphere 6.0 Updates for MSCS/WSFC
Lesson 6: Backup Strategies
6.1 Backup Strategies for VMs
Lesson 7: vSphere Data Protection
7.1 What’s New VDP 6
7.2 vSphere Data Protection 5.8
7.3 vSphere Data Protection 5.8.0 Installation & Features
7.4 vSphere Data Protection 5.8.0 – What’s New …
7.5 vSphere Data Protection Advanced 5.8.0
7.6 vDP 5.8.0 – Configure Settings
7.7 Using VDP to Backup a VM
7.8 VDP 6.0 – Create Application Backup Job
7.9 Using VDP to Restore a VM
7.10 File Level Restore (FLR)
7.11 Replication to/from Avamar
7.12 Direct-to-Host Restore
Lesson 8: Third Party Backups
8.1 Unitrends Virtual Backup 8.0 (Formerly PHD Virtual Backup)
8.2 Unitrends Enterprise Backup 8.0 (Formerly PHD Virtual Backup)
8.3 Unitrends FREE vs Enterprise
8.4 Unitrends Virtual Backup 8.0
8.5 Dell/Quest vRanger (Pro) 7.0.2
8.6 vRanger Pro – Screenshots
8.7 Veeam Backup & Replication
8.8 Veeam Backup and Recovery
8.9 What’s New Veeam V8 Update 2
8.10 Veeam Backup – Screenshots
8.11 VeeamZip and Veeam Backup Free Edition
8.12 VeeamZip – Screenshots
8.13 Symantec NetBackup v 7.5
8.14 What’s New NetBackup 7.6
8.15 NetBackup 7.6 Feature Comparison
8.16 Certified Virtualization Expert (CVE) Certification
8.17 Chapter 13 Review
8.18 Course Closure
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