Duration: Hours

Training Mode: Online


VMware Virtualization : Virtualization relies on software to simulate hardware functionality and create a virtual computer system. This enables IT organizations to run more than one virtual system – and multiple operating systems and applications – on a single server. The resulting benefits include economies of scale and greater efficiency.

Course Introduction

  1. Review course goals
  2. Review course objectives
  3. Review the course outline
  4. Find additional resources after this course

Data Center Fundamentals

  1. Identify the characteristics of servers
  2. Specify how to access servers remotely
  3. Describe server redundancy and how it benefits data centers
  4. Describe the characteristics of storage, including RAID levels and local versus shared storage, and SAN versus NAS storage
  5. Describe VMware virtual storage concepts
  6. Identify the basic characteristics and components of networks
  7. Define database terminologies
  8. Describe the fundamental components and concepts behind data center virtualization

VMware Virtual Infrastructure Overview

  1. Compare the components and concepts of traditional architecture and virtual architecture
  2.  Identify the benefits of virtual architecture
  3. Describe the VMware virtualization infrastructure
  4. Describe server virtualization concepts
  5. Identify vSphere components, including vCenter Server, VMware ESXi™, and VMware vSphere® Client™
  6.  View and describe virtual network and storage components
  7. Describe inventory objects managed by vSphere
  8. Describe the main features of vCenter Server

Using vSphere Web Client

  1. Identify the differences between the vSphere
  2. Client and VMware vSphere® Web Client interfaces
  3. Access, navigate, and customize vSphere Web Client
  4. Use vSphere Web Client to monitor and manage vSphere objects
  5. Perform searches in vSphere Web Client
  6. Describe how roles and permissions can be assigned to users and user groups through vSphere Web Client

Creating and Managing Virtual Machines

  1. Create and manage virtual machines
  2. Install a guest operating system and VMware Tools™
  3. Describe how to use clones and templates to manage virtual machines
  4. Describe the importance of content libraries
  5. Configure virtual machines
  6. Use Snapshots to manage virtual machines
  7. Describe how raw device mapping enables a virtual machine to directly access and use a storage device
  8. Describe virtual machine resource monitoring concepts
  9. Use vCenter Server performance graphs and alarms to monitor virtual machine Resource usage
  10. Describe and monitor tasks
  11. Describe, monitor, and manage events
  12. Describe, monitor, manage, and Acknowledge alarms.

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Virtualization is a technique of how to separate a service from the underlying physical delivery of that service. It is the process of creating a virtual version of something like computer hardware. It was initially developed during the mainframe era.