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, Manage • VMware vSphere: Optimize and Scale • VMware NSX-T Data Center: Install, Configure, Manage Experience 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 folders • Create a virtual machine using a wizard or a template • Modify a virtual machine’s hardware • Migrate 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 pools • Configure and manage a VMware vSphere® High Availability cluster If 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