This five-day course features intensive hands-on training that focuses on installing, configuring, and managing VMware vSphere� 6.7, which includes VMware ESXi� 6.7 and VMware vCenter Server� 6.7.This course prepares you to administer a vSphere infrastructure for an organization of any size. This course is the foundation for most of the other VMware technologies in the software-defined data center.
This course requires the following prerequisites: System administration experience on Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systems
System administrators System engineers
By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives: Describe the software-defined data center Explain the vSphere components and their function in the infrastructure Add ESXi hosts to a VMware vCenter� Server Appliance� instance Manage vCenter Server Appliance Use a local content library as an ISO store, and deploy a virtual machine Describe vCenter Server architecture Use vCenter Server to manage an ESXi host Configure and manage vSphere infrastructure with VMware Host Client� and VMware vSphere� Client� Describe virtual networks with vSphere standard switches Configure standard switch policies Use vCenter Server to manage various types of host storage: VMware vSphere� VMFS, NFS, iSCSI, and RDM Examine the features and functions of Fibre Channel and VMware vSAN� Manage virtual machines, templates, clones, and snapshots Migrate virtual machines with VMware vSphere� vMotion� Migrate virtual machine storage with VMware vSphere� Storage vMotion� Monitor resource usage, and manage resource pools Discuss the VMware vSphere� High Availability (vSphere HA) cluster architecture Configure vSphere HA Manage vSphere HA and VMware vSphere� Fault Tolerance Use VMware vSphere� Replication� and VMware vSphere� Data Protection� to replicate virtual machines and perform data recovery Use VMware vSphere� Distributed Resource Scheduler� clusters to improve host scalability Use VMware vSphere� Update Manager� to apply patches and perform basic troubleshooting of ESXi hosts, virtual machines, and vCenter Server operations Identify troubleshooting methodology to logically diagnose faults and improve troubleshooting efficiency