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VEPSUN Technologies
( Bangalore - Marathahalli )

VMware Course by VEPSUN Technologies at Marathahalli in Bangalore

Training Method:Classroom Training Course Duration:30 Day(s)
Batch Size:12 members Placement Support:100% Placement Assistance
Demo Class:Yes, Demo Available Course Discount:10 % Discount

Course Timings

Morning Batch (6am - 9am)
Daytime Batch (9am - 6pm)
Evening Batch (6pm - 9pm)

Trainer Type

Realtime Working Professionals


Trainer Profile

Real time trainer with 12+ years of Data center Virtualization design and consulting experience. He has experience in all VMware, Citrix products. Also he has indepth handons on VMware vCloud, OpenStack, AWS



Course Fees

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Course Content

1. Virtualized Data Center
� Introduce components of the virtualized data center
� Describe where vSphere fits into the cloud architecture
� Introduce VMware vCenter Single Sign-on
� Install and use vSphere Web Client
2. Creating Virtual Machines
� Introduce virtual machines, virtual machine hardware, and virtual machine files
� Deploy a single virtual machine
3. VMware vCenter Server
� Introduce the vCenter Server architecture
� Introduce VMware vCenter Server Appliance
� Configure and manage vCenter Server Appliance
� Manage vCenter Server inventory objects and licenses
4. Configuring and Managing Virtual Networks
� Describe, create, and manage a standard switch
� Describe and modify standard switch properties
� Configure virtual switch load-balancing algorithms
5. Configuring and Managing Virtual Storage
� Introduce storage protocols and device names
� Configure ESXi with iSCSI, NFS, and Fibre Channel storage
� Create and manage vSphere datastores
� Deploy and manage VMware Virtual SAN�
6. Virtual Machine Management
� Use templates and cloning to deploy virtual machines
� Modify and manage virtual machines
� Create and manage virtual machine snapshots
� Perform vSphere vMotion and vSphere Storage vMotion migrations
� Create a VMware vSphere vApp(s)�
7. Access and Authentication Control
� Control user access through roles and permissions
� Configure and manage the ESXi firewall
� Configure ESXi lockdown mode
� Integrate ESXi with Active Directory
8. Resource Management and Monitoring
� Introduce virtual CPU and memory concepts
� Describe methods for optimizing CPU and memory usage
� Configure and manage resource pools
� Monitor resource usage using vCenter Server performance graphs and alarms
9. High Availability and Fault Tolerance
� Introduce the new vSphere High Availability architecture
� Configure and manage a vSphere HA cluster
� Introduce vSphere Fault Tolerance
� Describe VMware vSphere Replication
10. Scalability
� Configure and manage a VMware vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler� (DRS) cluster
� Configure Enhanced vMotion Compatibility
� Use vSphere HA and DRS together
11. Patch Management
� Use vCenter Update Manager to manage ESXi patching
� Install vCenter Update Manager and the vCenter Update Manager plug-in
� Create patch baselines
� Scan and remediate hosts
12. Installing VMware Components
� Introduce ESXi installation
� Describe boot-from-SAN requirements
� Introduce vCenter Server deployment options
� Describe vCenter Server hardware, software, and database requirements
� Install vCenter Server (Windows-based)
Lab 1: Installing VMware vSphere GUIs
� Access Your Student Desktop System
� Install the vSphere Client
Lab 2: Configuring VMware ESXi
� Connect to an ESXi Host with the vSphere Web Client
� View the Host Hardware Configuration
� Configure the DNS and Routing Information for an ESXi Host
� Configure an ESXi Host as an NTP Client
� Configure an ESXi Host to Use Directory Services
Lab 3: Working with Virtual Machines
� Create a Virtual Machine
� Install a Guest Operating System in a Virtual Machine
� Identify a Virtual Machine s Disk Format and Usage Statistics
� Install VMware Tools on a Virtual Machine Installed with a Windows Operating System
� Prepare the Virtual Machine for Upcoming Labs
Lab 4: Configuring VMware vCenter Server Appliance
� Configure vCenter Server Appliance for First Use
� Install vSphere License Keys
� Create a vCenter Server Inventory Data Center Object
� Add Your ESXi Host to the vCenter Server Inventory
Lab 5: Using the VMware vSphere Web Client
� Install the Client Integration Plug-In
� Navigate the vSphere Web Client
� Pin and Unpin Panes
� Hide the Getting Started Tabs
� Upgrade Virtual Machine Hardware
Lab 6: Configuring VMware vCenter Single Sign-On
� Use the Web Console to Configure vCenter Server Appliance to Use Directory Services
� Use the vSphere Web Client to Add the Domain Admins Group to Administrators
Lab 7: Creating Folders in VMware vCenter Server
� Create a Host Folder Object
� Create a Virtual Machine Folder
Lab 8: Standard Switches
� View the Current Standard Switch Configuration
� Create a Standard Switch with a Virtual Machine Port Group
� Attach Your Virtual Machine to a Virtual Switch Port Group
Lab 9: Accessing iSCSI Storage
� Add a VMkernel Port Group to a Standard Switch
� Configure the iSCSI Software Adapter
Lab 10: Accessing NFS Storage
� Configure Access to NFS Datastores
� View NFS Storage Information
Lab 11: Managing VMware vSphere VMFS
� Review the Shared Storage Configuration
� Change the Name of a VMFS Datastore
� Create a VMFS Datastore
� Expand a VMFS Datastore to Consume Unused Space on a LUN
� Remove a VMFS Datastore
� Extend a VMFS Datastore
Lab 12: Using Templates and Clones
� Copy Sysprep Files to the vCenter Server Instance
� Create a Template
� Create Customization Specifications
� Deploy a Virtual Machine from a Template
� Clone a Virtual Machine that is Powered On
Lab 13: Modifying a Virtual Machine
� Increase the Size of a VMDK File
� Adjust Memory Allocation on a Virtual Machine
� Rename a Virtual Machine in the vCenter Server Inventory
� Add a Raw LUN to a Virtual Machine
� Expand a Thin-Provisioned Virtual Disk
Lab 14: Migrating Virtual Machines
� Migrate Virtual Machine Files with vSphere Storage vMotion
� Create a Virtual Switch and a VMkernel Port Group for vSphere vMotion Migration
� Verify that Your ESXi Host Meets vSphere vMotion Requirements
� Verify that Your Virtual Machines Meet vSphere vMotion Requirements
� Perform a vSphere vMotion Migration of a Virtual Machine on a Shared Datastore
� Perform a vSphere vMotion Migration to a Local Datastore
Lab 15: Managing Virtual Machines
� Unregister a Virtual Machine in the vCenter Server Inventory
� Register a Virtual Machine in the vCenter Server Inventory
� Unregister and Delete Virtual Machines from Disk
� Take Snapshots of a Virtual Machine
� Revert to a Snapshot
� Delete an Individual Snapshot
� Use the Delete All Function in Snapshot Manager
Lab 16: Managing VMware vSphere vApps
� Create a vApp
� Power on a vApp
� Remove a vApp
Lab 17: User Permissions
� Create a Custom Role in vCenter Server
� Assign Permissions on vCenter Server Inventory Objects
� Verify Permission Usability
Lab 18: Resource Pools
� Create CPU Contention
� Create a Resource Pool Named Fin-Test
� Create a Resource Pool Named Fin-Prod
� Verify Resource Pool Functionality
Lab 19: Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance
� Create CPU Activity
� Use vSphere Web Client to Monitor CPU Utilization
� Undo Changes Made to the Virtual Machines
Lab 20: Using Alarms
� Create a Virtual Machine Alarm that Monitors for a Condition
� Create a Virtual Machine Alarm that Monitors for an Event
� Trigger Virtual Machine Alarms and Acknowledge the Alarms
� Disable Virtual Machine Alarms
Lab 21: Using VMware vSphere High Availability
� Create a Cluster Enabled for vSphere HA
� Add Your ESXi Host to a Cluster
� Test vSphere HA Functionality
� Determine the vSphere HA Cluster Resource Usage
� Manage vSphere HA Slot Size
� Configure a vSphere HA Cluster with Strict Admission Control
Lab 22: Configuring VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance
� Prepare the Virtual Machine
� Enable the vSphere FT Logging
� Activate the vSphere FT Protection
� Test the vSphere FT Configuration
� Disable the vSphere FT Protection
Lab 23: VMware vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler
� Create Load Imbalance
� Create a DRS Cluster
� Verify Proper DRS Cluster Functionality
� Create, Test, and Disable a VM-VM Affinity Rule
� Create, Test, and Disable an Anti-Affinity Rule
� Create, Test, and Disable a Virtual Machines to Hosts Affinity Rule
Lab 24: VMware vSphere Update Manager
� Install vSphere Update Manager
� Install the Update Manager Client Plug-in
� Modify Cluster Settings
� Configure vSphere Update Manager
� Create a Patch Baseline
� Attach a Baseline and Scan for Updates
� Stage the Patches onto the ESXi Hosts
� Remediate the ESXi Hosts


Course Eligibility

System administration experience on Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systems
Understanding of virtual data center concepts comparable to those needed for VCA-DCV certification



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Contact Information

VEPSUN Technologies,
#100 & 104, SR Arcade 6th Corss, Tulasi Theater Road Marathahalli Bangalore-0
Call : 080-61012345, 090-35353007 , 9036363007


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