VMWare are the market leader in cloud and virtualization software and services.
Virtualization represents a huge cost benefit to companies and represents a critical part of the IT infrastructure. VMware certification can be considered a ‘must have’ for any network engineer either because you will be installing and troubleshooting their products at some stage or will need to converse with colleagues and managers about this part of the network.
TThis course is suitable for beginners and covers all the basics of virtualization, VMware products as well as how to install them. By the end of the course you will be knowledgeable enough to install and advise upon suitable VMware Data Centre products for your company. This course will also prepare you for the VMware Certified Associate – Data Center Virtualization (VCA6-DCV) exam 1V0-601.
Is a Red Hat Systems Engineer and Linux consultant. Kaylan is the Linux team team lead in a fortune 500 company. He works in production support on different flavours of unix such as RedHat Linux, Solaris and IBM AIX.His role involves supporting and training on different flavours of unix and installing, configuration and fixing issues on all types of servers. He also holds an MBA.
Worked as a police officer in the UK for 12 years and then left for a career in IT. He worked for Cisco systems and then started his own Cisco training company. He moved into online training in 2006 creating the old version of this site and in60days.net. He has trained over 30,000 IT students via his websites, Kindle study guides and training manuals.
Paul now lives in Brisbane, Australia with is wife and three young children and he owns howtonetwork.com.
- Over 3 hours of video training
- Instructor follow along labs
- End-of-module exams
- End-of-course certificate
- Captions available
- Access to members only forum
- Exam vendor – VMware/PearsonVue
- Prerequisites – None
- Recommended – Network+ / LPIC1
|Module 1||Introduction to Virtualization|
|Unit 1||Course Introduction|
|Unit 2||Benefits of Virtualization|
|Unit 3||Challenges in Data Center Virtualization|
|Unit 4||Overcoming Challenges|
|Unit 6||Lab 1 - Routing|
|Module 2||VMware Products|
|Unit 1||vCenter Server|
|Unit 2||vMotion, DSR and DPM|
|Unit 3||Storage vMotion, SDRS and VDP|
|Unit 4||HA, FT and vSphere Replication|
|Unit 5||Virtual Networking and Virtual Switches|
|Unit 6||Shared Storage and VSA|
|Unit 7||vFlash and Datastores|
|Unit 8||VMware Additional Products|
|Module 3||VMware ESXi Server|
|Unit 1||Installation of VMware ESXi Server|
|Unit 2||VMware ESXi Server Configuration|
|Module 4||VMware vSphere Client|
|Unit 1||Installation of VMware vSphere Client|
|Unit 2||vSphere Client Usage|
|Unit 3||Common Voice Gateway Hardware Selections|
|Unit 4||Create a New Virtual Machine|
|Module 5||VMware vCenter Server|
|Unit 1||Installation of VMware vCenter Server|
|Unit 2||VMware vCenter Server Configuration|
|Module 6||Creation of Virtual Data Center|
|Unit 1||Creation of Virtual Data Center|
|Unit 2||Deploy a Virtual Machine|
|Unit 3||Add Additional Resources to Virtual Machine|
|Unit 4||Manage Resources|