VMWare Online Training

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Learn how to use VMware® from beginner level to advanced techniques which is taught by experienced working professionals. With our VMware Training in Chennai you’ll learn concepts in expert level with practical manner.

VMWare Online Training Course Syllabus

Learn how to use VMware® from beginner level to advanced techniques which is taught by experienced working professionals. With our VMware Training in Chennai you’ll learn concepts in expert level with practical manner.

Installing VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces

1.Introduction on VMware Vsphere Architecture
2.Features of VMware Vsphere
3.Comparsion between VMware Vsphere 5.1 and Vsphere 4.1
4.Install the vSphere Client

Configuring VMware ESXi

Task 1: Connect to an ESXi host with the vSphere Client
Task 2: View host hardware configuration
Task 3: Configure DNS and routing information for an ESXi host
Task 4: Configure an ESXi host as an NTP client
Task 5: Configure an ESXi host to use directory services

Working with Virtual Machines

Task 1: Create a virtual machine
Task 2: Install a guest operating system in a virtual machine
Task 3: Identify a virtual machine’s disk format and usage statistics
Task 4: Install VMware Tools on a virtual machine installed with a Windows operating system
Task 5: Prepare your virtual machine for upcoming labs

Configuring the vCenter Server Appliance

Task 1: Configure the VCVA for first use
Task 2: Install vSphere license keys
Task 3: Create a vCenter Server inventory datacenter object
Task 4: Create vCenter Server inventory folder objects
Task 5: Add your ESXi host to the vCenter Server inventory
Task 6: Configure the vCenter server appliance to use directory services
Task 7: Use the vSphere Web Client to log in to the vCenter Server Appliance

Accessing iSCSI Storage

Task 1: Add a VMkernel port group to a standard virtual switch
Task 2: Configure the iSCSI software adapter

Accessing IP Storage

Task 1: Configure access to NFS datastores
Task 2: View iSCSI and NFS storage information

Managing VMware vSphere VMFS

Task 1: Review your shared storage configuration
Task 2: Change the name of a VMFS datastore
Task 3: Create a VMFS datastore
Task 4: Expand a VMFS datastore to consume unused space on a LUN
Task 5: Remove a VMFS datastore
Task 6: Extend a VMFS datastore

Using Templates and Clones

Task 1: Copy Sysprep files to the vCenter Server appliance
Task 2: Create a template
Task 3: Create customization specifications
Task 4: Deploy a virtual machine from a template
Task 5: Clone a virtual machine that is powered on

Modifying a Virtual Machine

Task 1: Increase the size of a VMDK file
Task 2: Adjust memory allocation on a virtual machine
Task 3: Rename a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory
Task 4: Add a raw LUN to a virtual machine and verify that the guest operating system can see it
Task 5: Expand a thin-provisioned virtual disk

Migrating Virtual Machines

Task 1: Configure vCenter Server to manage multiple ESXi hosts
Task 2: Migrate virtual machine files with Storage vMotion
Task 3: Create a virtual switch and a VMkernel port group for vMotion migration
Task 4: Verify that your ESXi host meets vMotion requirements
Task 5: Verify that your virtual machines meet vMotion requirements
Task 6: Perform a vMotion migration of a virtual machine on a shared datastore
Task 7: Prepare for the next lab

Managing Virtual Machines

Task 1: Unregister a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory
Task 2: Register a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory
Task 3: Unregister and delete virtual machines from disk
Task 4: Take snapshots of a virtual machine
Task 5: Revert to a snapshot
Task 6: Delete an individual snapshot
Task 7: Use the Delete All function in Snapshot Manager

Managing vApps

Task 1: Create a vApp
Task 2: Power on a vApp
Task 3: Remove a vApp

Access Control

Task 1: Try to log in directly to the ESXi host
Task 2: Grant nonadministrator access to a user
Task 3: Explore the ESX Admins AD group

User Permissions

Task 1: Create a custom role in vCenter Server
Task 2: Assign permissions on vCenter Server inventory objects
Task 3: Verify permission usability

Resource Pools

Task 1: Create CPU contention
Task 2: Create a resource pool named Fin-Test
Task 3: Create a Resource Pool named Fin-Prod
Task 4: Verify resource pool functionality

Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance

Task 1: Create CPU activity
Task 2: Use vCenter Server to monitor CPU utilization
Task 3: Undo changes made to your virtual machines

Using Alarms

Task 1: Create a virtual machine alarm that monitors for a condition
Task 2: Create a Virtual Machine Alarm that monitors for an event
Task 3: Trigger virtual machine alarms and acknowledge them
Task 4: Disable virtual machine alarms

Using vSphere High Availability

Task 1: Create a cluster enabled for vSphere HA
Task 2: Add your ESXi host to a cluster
Task 3: Test vSphere HA functionality
Task 4: Determine vSphere HA cluster resource usage
Task 5: Manage vSphere HA slot size
Task 6: Configure a vSphere HA cluster with strict admission control
Task 7: Prepare for upcoming labs

Configuring VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance

Task 1: Prepare the virtual machine
Task 2: Enable Fault Tolerance logging
Task 3: Activate Fault Tolerance
Task 4: Test Fault Tolerance
Task 5: Disable Fault Tolerance

vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler

Task 1: Create load imbalance
Task 2: Create a DRS cluster
Task 3: Verify proper DRS cluster functionality
Task 4: Create, test, and disable an affinity rule
Task 5: Create, test, and disable an anti-affinity rule
Task 6: Create, test, and disable a virtual machine to host affinity rule

VMware vSphere Update Manager

Task 1: Install Update Manager
Task 2: Install the Update Manager plug-in into the vSphere Client
Task 3: Modify cluster settings
Task 4: Configure Update Manager
Task 5: Create a patch baseline
Task 6: Attach a baseline and scan for updates
Task 7: Stage patches onto ESXi hosts
Task 8: Remediate the ESXi hosts

Installing VMware vCenter Server

Task 1: Install vCenter Server

What is this Course About?

This course gives you a clear understanding and in-depth knowledge about the VMWare virtualization techniques. This course has customized course content to cover the day to day VMWare administrator responsibilities. At the end of the course we ensure that you can manage any virtualization environment by yourself.

What is this Course Objective ?

At the end of the VMWare training you will be able to perform, Virtualization techniques Install Configure Manage ESXi 5.5 & vcenter management Implementation & administrating the VMWare virtualization environment

Who should do this course ?

This VMWare Training is customized for those who want to learn or change domain to virtualization techniques.

> Desktop / Windows administrator

> Anyone Who wants to change the domain from Windows / Linux admin

> Anyone wants to build their career in virtualization

Prerequisite: Knowledge in computers and understanding about software languages.

Job Opportunity for VMWare

VMWare is a pioneer in virtualization hence the job opportunities are immense. Since all major Small and medium enterprise are adopted to VMWare virtualization the jobs opportunities are more.

Course Duration Information ?

This VMWare training will be happen for 25 hours. If you opt for weekend classes both Saturday and Sunday you will be having approximately 2 hours 30 mins in scheduled time of the batch you chose. If you opt of weekdays classes all Monday to Friday you need to spend at-least 90mins.


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