The Complete VMware vSphere 7 Beginner to Advancedpt 12

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The Complete VMware vSphere 7 Beginner to Advancedpt 12
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Last updated 12/2022

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The Complete VMware vSphere 7 Beginner to Advancedpt 12

What you’ll learn

Build Your VMware Hands-on Labs
Install, Configure, and Manage ESXi Hosts and vCenter® Server Appliance™
Deploy and Manage virtual machines, templates, clones, and snapshots
Configure and Manage the Network, Storage, and Virtual Appliances
Configure and Manage standard/distributed switch
VMware Certified Professional – Datacenter Virtualization (VCP-DCV)

The Complete VMware vSphere 7 Beginner to Advancedpt 12

Requirements

System Administration Experience on Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systems
Have Some Networking knowledge
All Needed Software Are Available For Free, or Trial
No Prior Background with Virtual Machine Technologies Is Required

Description

Interested in learning how to virtualize your environment?VMware vSphere Accelerate your digital transformation through a software-defined approach to business and IT. The trusted platform provider of choice for more than 500,000 customers globally, VMware is the pioneer in virtualization and an innovator in cloud and business mobility. A proven leader, VMware allow you to run, manage, connect and secure applications across clouds and devices in a common operating environment, so you get both freedom and control.This course introduces you to VMware’s virtualization solution. With comprehensive coverage of this industry-leading toolset, this course acts as a training guide and valuable reference. Step-by-step tutorial walks you through installation, configuration, operation, security processes, and much more as you conquer the management and automation of your virtual environment.This course guide provides hands-on instruction and detailed conceptual explanations, anchored by practical applications and real-world examples.This is the ultimate guide to vSphere, helping administrators master their virtual environment.What You Will LearnThe course is designed to teach you:How to setup your own Hands-on LabsInstall, configure, and manage the ESXi 7 HostsInstall, configure, and manage the vCenter Server 7 componentsCreate and Manage virtual machines, templates, clones, and snapshotsCreate and configure virtual networks and storage devicesAutomate and orchestrate routine administrative tasksCreate and Manage User Permissions and PrivilegesConfigure and manage Security Profile and FirewallConfigure and manage Local and External Storage…This course requires the following prerequisites:System administration experience on Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systemsPS: Check the Free Preview videos to know more about the course and to be sure  you can get accustomed to my accentEnroll now!

Overview

Section 1: Introduction to the course

Lecture 1 Welcome to this Course

Lecture 2 Everyone has an accent

Lecture 3 Your Feedback is Important

Section 2: Introduction To Virtualization

Lecture 4 How To Build A Virtual Environment

Lecture 5 Hardware Virtualization

Lecture 6 VMware vSphere Components and Features

Section 3: Build Your Very Own VMware Hands-On-Labs

Lecture 7 Build Your VMware vSphere Home Lab

Lecture 8 VMware Hands On Lab HOL

Lecture 9 My VMware vSphere Lab Setup

Lecture 10 Downloading VMware Workstation For Free

Lecture 11 Downloading Hypervisor ESXi 7 and vCenter Server Appliance For Free

Lecture 12 Course Update About Versions

Lecture 13 Create A Virtual Host With The ESXi Hardware Requirements

Section 4: Install and Configure ESXi Hypervisor

Lecture 14 ESXi 7.0 Installation Step By Step (Updated Lecture)

Lecture 15 ESXi 6.5 Installation Step By Step

Lecture 16 ESXi System Customization: Network management

Lecture 17 ESXi System Customization: Troubleshooting and System Logs

Lecture 18 Login To ESXi With vSphere Web Client

Lecture 19 Overview of ESXi User Interface: Assign a License Key

Section 5: Creating Virtual Machines

Lecture 20 Creating a New Virtual Machine: Choose The Name and The OS

Lecture 21 Creating a New VM: Thick And Thin-Provisioned Disks, CPU, RAM

Lecture 22 Overview Of A Virtual Machine Options

Lecture 23 Vmware Remote Console To Complete The Guest Operating System Installation

Lecture 24 Maximum Number Of Virtual Machines Per Host

Lecture 25 Power On/Off A Virtual Machine

Lecture 26 Install VMware Tools In A Windows Virtual Machine

Lecture 27 Files That Make Up A Virtual Machine

Lecture 28 OVF and OVA File Formats and Templates

Lecture 29 Creating New Virtual Machines For Our Lab

Section 6: vCenter Server 7.0.3 Installation (Updated Section)

Lecture 30 vCenter Server Appliance 7.0.3 Installation (Updated Lecture)

Lecture 31 VCSA 7 and ESXI 7 User Interface (Updated Lecture)

Section 7: vCenter Server: Installation & Management

Lecture 32 Introduction to vCenter Server: Windows Hardware Requirements

Lecture 33 Setting Up Domain Controller Functionality

Lecture 34 Joining The Vcenter Machine to an Active Directory Domain

Lecture 35 Downloading VMware vCenter Server 6.5 For windows

Lecture 36 Install vCenter Server for Windows

Lecture 37 Configuring vCenter Single Sign On

Lecture 38 vCenter Server Single Sign-On Web client

Lecture 39 Overview of vCenter Server User Interface

Lecture 40 Add an ESXi Host to the vCenter Server Inventory (Datacenter)

Lecture 41 Difference Between ESXi And vCenter Server User Interface

Lecture 42 Managing ESXi Hosts in vCenter Server

Lecture 43 Creating A Virtual Machine In vCenter Server

Lecture 44 Work in Progress Panel

Section 8: vCSA – vCenter Server Appliance

Lecture 45 Introduction to vCenter Server Appliance

Lecture 46 Download and Deploy the VMware vCenter Server Appliance

Lecture 47 vCenter Server Appliance Installer

Lecture 48 Configuration of vCenter Server Appliance: SSO and Network Details

Lecture 49 Log in to vCenter Server and vCenter Server Appliance Management

Section 9: Cloning A Virtual Machine

Lecture 50 Understanding Clones – VMware

Lecture 51 Cloning a Windows Virtual Machine: Destination Host

Lecture 52 Cloning a Windows Virtual machine: Storage Options

Lecture 53 Create a Customization Specification for Windows in the vSphere Client

Lecture 54 New VM Guest Customization Specification: Network Configuration

Lecture 55 Run and Complete The Process of Cloning a VM

Lecture 56 Cloning a Linux Virtual machine

Lecture 57 Customization Specification Manager vSphere 6.5

Lecture 58 Clone a Powered On Virtual Machine

Section 10: Virtual Machine Template

Lecture 59 Introduction To VMware Template

Lecture 60 Clone A Virtual Machine To A Template

Lecture 61 Deploy a Virtual Machine from a Template

Lecture 62 Clone to Template in Content Library

Section 11: Scheduled Tasks & VM Startup Shutdown

Lecture 63 Scheduling a Clone Task

Lecture 64 Other Scheduler Task Available

Lecture 65 Virtual Machine Startup

Lecture 66 Virtual Machine Shutdown

Section 12: User Permissions And Privilege

Lecture 67 Introduction to User Permissions

Lecture 68 Create User, Manage Permission at ESXi 6.5 Level

Lecture 69 Create and Customize User Roles

Lecture 70 Log in With a Custom User Roles

Lecture 71 Create User, Manage Permission at vCenter Server 6.5 Level

Lecture 72 Create a New User and Roles at vCenter Server 6.5 Level

Lecture 73 Virtual Machine Power User

Lecture 74 Benefits of Having More vCenter Users

Lecture 75 Create A User for A Specific ChildItem

Lecture 76 User with Different Roles in Different Items

Section 13: Firewall & Lockdown Mode

Lecture 77 Introduction to Security Profile

Lecture 78 Security Profile: Firewall Profiles

Lecture 79 Enabling or Disabling a Service in the Security Profile

Lecture 80 Enabling or Disabling Lockdown Mode on an ESXi Host

Lecture 81 Host Image Profile and Host Encryption Level

Section 14: vNetwork Standard Switches

Lecture 82 Introduction To Virtual Network Standard Switches

Lecture 83 Types of Virtual Switch Available in VMware ESXi 6.5

Lecture 84 ESXi 6.5 Host Networking Concepts Overview

Lecture 85 The VMkernel, The Port Group and The Physical Adapters

Lecture 86 Adding More Physical Network Adapter Into Your Lab

Lecture 87 Configure Virtual Switch Security and Load-Balancing Policies

Lecture 88 Add a Physical Adapter to A Standard Switch for Redundancy

Lecture 89 Types of Virtual Standard Switch Connections

Lecture 90 Create and Manage A New Standard switch From ESXi 6.5 UI

Lecture 91 Add a Virtual Machine Port Group to a Standard Switch

Lecture 92 Add a VMkernel Port Group to a Standard Switch

Lecture 93 Creating a Private Network Port Group

Lecture 94 Create and Manage a Standard switch From vCenter Server 6.5 UI

Section 15: vNetwork Distributed Switch

Lecture 95 Overview of vNetwork Distributed Switch concepts

Lecture 96 Add a New vSphere Distributed Switch

Lecture 97 Create A New Distributed Port Group

Lecture 98 Uplink Port Group: Add Hosts to a vSphere Distributed Switch

Lecture 99 Migrate VMs to Another Network

Lecture 100 Migrate VMkernel Adapters to Another Network

Lecture 101 Export and Restore Distributed Switch Configuration

Section 16: vSphere Storage: External and Shared Storage

Lecture 102 Introduction to External and Shared Storage

Lecture 103 Vmware Storage Technologies Overview

Lecture 104 vSphere iSCSI SAN components

Lecture 105 vSphere NFS storage components

Lecture 106 Fibre Channel (FC) SAN Components

Lecture 107 Create A New VMFS Local Datastore

Lecture 108 Freenas & StarWind Virtual SAN

Lecture 109 StarWind: Create A Virtual SAN

Lecture 110 Create Target LUNs (Logical Unit Number)

Lecture 111 Mapping LUN or vSAN to ESXi Host

Lecture 112 Deploying a Virtual Machine on Virtual SAN (vSAN)

Lecture 113 Creating and Mapping a Second LUN to ESXi Host

Section 17: Vmware vSphere Resources

Lecture 114 VMware ESXi Installation and Setup

Lecture 115 VMware ESXi Upgrade

Lecture 116 vCenter Server Installation and Setup

Lecture 117 vCenter Server Upgrade

Lecture 118 vSphere Authentication

Lecture 119 Managing Host and Cluster Lifecycle

Lecture 120 vCenter Server Configuration

Lecture 121 vCenter Server and Host Management PDF

Lecture 122 vSphere Virtual Machine Administration PDF

Lecture 123 vSphere Host Profiles

Lecture 124 vSphere Networking

Lecture 125 vSphere Storage

Lecture 126 vSphere Security

Lecture 127 vSphere Resource Management

Lecture 128 vSphere Availability

Lecture 129 vSphere Monitoring and Performance

Lecture 130 vSphere Single Host Management – VMware Host Client

Lecture 131 Setup for Windows Server Failover Clustering

Lecture 132 What’s New in Performance for VMware vSphere 7?

Section 18: Conclusion

Lecture 133 Bonus Lecture

System Administrators,IT Infrastructure Manager,vSphere Administrators

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