VMware vSphere 5 DVD Course – The Expert Training Course.
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Lesson 1: Introduction to vSphere 5
1.2 Virtualization with VMware vSphere 5
1.3 The vSphere 5 Solution
1.4 Introduction to Cloud Computing
1.5 Enhancements in vSphere 5
1.6 New Storage and Networking components
1.7 vCenter Changes
1.8 Auto Deploy and Image Builder
1.9 Storage DRS
1.10 Profile Driven Storage
1.13 New HA
1.14 vCenter SRM
1.15 vCloud Director and vShield
Lesson 2: Installing VMware vSphere 5
2.2 What are the requirements of Installing vSphere 5
2.3 The old ESX server – where did it go?
2.4 Attaining vSphere 5 evaluation
2.5 Installation of vSphere 5
2.6 Initial Configuration of vSphere 5
2.7 Installing the vSphere client
Lesson 3: vCenter 5 Server
3.2 Methods of Managing vSphere 5 environment
3.3 Where does vCenter Server fit into the picture?
3.4 vCenter 5 Server Components
3.5 Does vCenter need to be installed on the physical machine?
3.6 Pre-installation checklist and requirements
3.7 Database and Port requirements
3.8 Installing vCenter Server and verifying the installation
3.9 vCenter 5 Server as a web-based client
Lesson 4: The Client
4.2 The Terms
4.3 Using the Client
4.4 Remote Control
4.5 Using hotkeys
4.6 Searching, Sorting, and filtering using the Client
4.7 Exporting the data and Running Reports
Lesson 5: Configuring vSphere 5
5.2 Planning the virtual environment
5.3 Following some standards or create your own
5.4 Datacenter, Server Clock, NTP, and Licensing
5.6 Customizing the interface
5.7 Monitoring ESXi, vCenter plugins, and Folders
Lesson 6: Virtual Machines
6.2 What are virtual machines?
6.3 How are they different from Physical machines?
6.4 Performance differences
6.6 Creating Virtual Machines and Installing VMware Tools
6.7 VM BIOS
6.8 Supported Guest O/S
6.9 Creating Installation Media to create VM’s
6.10 New Firmware options
6.11 Using SSH
6.12 More on VMware Tools
6.13 Configuring VMware Tools
Lesson 7: Monitoring the Virtual Environment in vSphere 5
7.2 Why Monitor?
7.3 What tools are available?
7.4 Tasks and Events
7.4 Service Status
Lesson 8: Storage
8.2 Different Types of Storage
8.3 Why use one over the other?
8.4 Virtual Disks
8.6 FC SAN’s
Lesson 9: Server Security
9.2 Security Concerns
9.3 How to Secure?
9.5 Users, Groups, and Roles
9.7 Guest VM’s
9.8 Where does AD fit in?
Total training time: ~ 24 hours
Content: DVD-ROM disc
Platform: Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista / XP
Processor: Pentium 133 Mhz or higher
Hard drive space: 10MB
CD-ROM Drive speed: 24X