In this three-day, hands-on training course, you explore the new features and enhancements in VMware vCenter Server® 7 and VMware ESXi™ 7. Real-world use-case deployment scenarios, hands-on lab exercises, and lectures teach you the skills that you need to effectively implement and configure VMware vSphere® 7.
This course is recommended for customers who want to deploy vSphere 7 in their existing vSphere environment.
• ESXi 7
• vCenter Server 7
This course requires completion of one of the following prerequisites: • VMware vSphere: Fast Track [V6.x] or [V7] • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.x] or [V7] • VMware vSphere: Optimize and Scale [V6.x] or [V7] • Equivalent knowledge and administration experience with ESXi and vCenter Server Experience in working with a command-line interface is highly recommended.
System architects, system administrators, IT managers, VMware partners, and individuals responsible for implementing and managing vSphere architectures
By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
• List and describe the importance of key features and enhancements in vSphere 6.7 update releases and
• Determine the proper upgrade path for a vCenter Server instance and upgrade VMware vCenter® Server
Appliance™ to version 7
• Migrate a Windows vCenter Server system to vCenter Server Appliance 7
• Manage and update VM templates located in content libraries
• Use Identity Federation to configure vCenter Server to use Microsoft ADFS
• Use the VMware vSphere® Client™ to manage certificates
• Describe vCenter Server, VMware ESXi™, storage, network, virtual machine, and security enhancements
in vSphere 7
• Use VMware vSphere® Trust Authority™ to secure the infrastructure for encrypted VMs
• Demonstrate the Quickstart feature of the ESXi cluster
• Recognize improvements to VMware vSphere® Distributed Resource Scheduler™
• Use vSphere Lifecycle Manager to manage vSphere deployments, updates, and configurations
• Discuss the purpose and capabilities of VMware vSphere® with Kubernetes and how it fits into the VMware