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During this 3-day course, you focus on deploying and managing VMware vSphere� with Kubernetes. You learn about how vSphere with Kubernetes can be used to orchestrate the delivery of Kubernetes clusters and containerized applications in a VMware vSphere� environment.
This course requires completion the following courses:VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, ManageVMware vSphere: Optimize and ScaleVMware NSX-T Data Center: Install, Configure, ManageExperience working at the command line is helpful.This course requires that a student be able to perform the following tasks with no assistance or guidance before enrolling in this course:Create VMware vCenter Server� objects, such as data centers and foldersCreate a virtual machine using a wizard or a templateModify a virtual machine�s hardwareMigrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere� vMotion�Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere� Storage vMotion�Configure and manage a vSphere DRS cluster with resource poolsConfigure and manage a VMware vSphere� High Availability clusterIf you cannot perform all of these tasks, VMware recommends that you complete one of the prerequisite courses before enrolling in VMware vSphere with Kubernetes: Deploy & Manage.
Experienced system administrators and system integrators responsible for designing and implementing vSphere with Kubernetes
By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives: Describe vSphere with Kubernetes and use cases in on-premises environments Deploy vSphere with Kubernetes Describe the VMware NSX networking requirements for vSphere with Kubernetes. Create and manage vSphere with Kubernetes namespaces Deploy and run container applications on vSphere with Kubernetes Deploy and configure VMware Harbor Describe the VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid service Deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid cluster Deploy and run container applications on a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid cluster Describe the vSphere with Kubernetes lifecycle Use logs and CLI commands to monitor and troubleshoot vSphere with Kubernetes