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Diploma in VMware vSphere 4.x/5.x to 5.5 Upgrade & New Tech Ult. Bootcamp

This free online course examines the multiple vCenter upgrade requirements, as well as vSphere firewall management.

Publisher: Workforce Academy Partnership
This free online course on VMware vSphere 4.x/5.x to 5.5 Upgrade & New Tech teaches you about the core of VMTraining's data center and ESXi host licensing model. You will learn about the three modes of Extended Virtual Graphic Processing Unit (vGPU). Study how to manage ESXi firewalls, VSAN cluster configuration, as well as Virtual NIC drivers. The specifications of the vCenter Virtual Appliance (vCSA) will also be covered in this course.
Diploma in VMware vSphere 4.x/5.x to 5.5 Upgrade & New Tech Ult. Bootcamp
  • Duration

    10-15 Hours
  • Students

    9
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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Modules

Outcome

Certification

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Description

Diploma in VMware vSphere 4.x/5.x to 5.5 Upgrade & New Tech Ult. Bootcamp is a free online course that has been specifically designed to introduce you to vCenter upgrade requirements and vSphere  firewall management processes. This course highlights the requirements for the Certified Virtualization Expert (CVE) exam. Did you know that there are three modes of Extended Virtual Graphic Processing Unit (vGPU)? Prepare yourself to learn about the concepts and features of vGPU. You will also be introduced to the goals, as well as functions of Software-Defined Datacenter (SDDC). The multiple types of Virtual NIC drivers (vNics) will also be covered in this course. You will learn about functions of VMware converters and post conversion steps. Clones, along with templates are key concepts to understand in this course. You will also be introduced to their differences. The update manager is an important tool in vCenter. Completing this course will expand your knowledge on how to upgrade hosts using the update manager.

This course then explains the different virtual switch types in version 5.x. You will learn about the features and functions of vSphere Distributed Virtual Switches (VDS). Are you aware that there are different storage APIs in vSphere? Prepare yourself to learn about their different functions. The Cisco Discovery Protocol is also an important concept to understand in this course. You will learn about how to manage its capabilities. The two types of storage capabilities will also be explained in this course. Multipathing with iSCSI software is necessary. The two ways to discover iSCSI targets will also be covered in this course. This course also explains the architecture of fibre channels, as well as how to scan fibre channels LUNs. There are new updates in Virtual Machine File System (VMFS-5) version 5.5. You will be able to explain its advantages, along with the disadvantages of upgrading an existing volume from VMFS-3 to VMFS-5.

Furthermore, this course will expand your knowledge on the relationship between Network Attached Storage (NAS) and ESXi. You will also learn about the importance of vSphere’s Storage API for Storage Awareness (VASA). The functions of vSphere 5.x ESXi image builder CLI will be highlighted in this course. For better understanding, it is imperative that you learn about the management of ESXi host and vCenter server. There are different functions of VMware’s Site Recovery Manager (SRM). You will learn about the architecture and recovery process of VMware’s Site Recovery Manager (SRM). At the end of this course, you will gain knowledge on requirements of the vSphere web client and managing ESXi firewalls. This course will be of great interest to students, researchers, and anyone with an interest in understanding VMware vSphere 4.x/5.x to 5.5 Upgrade & New Tech Ult. Bootcamp. So, register for this course and start your next learning journey today.

 

 

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