VMware vSAN Deploy and Manage V7

Deploying & Managing a software-defined storage Solution | vSAN Node Management, Monitoring | Training for beginners
VMware vSAN Deploy and Manage V7
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1.32 GB
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2h 57m

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TAL .

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12/2021

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VMware vSAN Deploy and Manage V7

What you’ll learn

VMware vSAN concepts 7 Design
Deploy VMware vSAN LAB on VMware Workstation
Deploy & Manage VMware vSAN 7
Configure, Monitor, Optimize, and Design VMware vSAN 7 deployments
Create shared storage for vSphere Clusters using the local capacity of ESXi hosts

VMware vSAN Deploy and Manage V7

Requirements

Basic of Virtualization & VMware vSphere

Description

You will learn about vSAN concepts like Hyrbird and All-Flash architectures, Storage Policies, how to create a vSAN cluster, how vSAN handles failures, and much much more.*** if you have any questions or need help you can contact me over my LinkedIn ***VMware vSAN (formerly Virtual SAN) is a hyper-converged, software-defined storage (SDS) product developed by VMware that pools together direct-attached storage devices across a VMware vSphere cluster to create a distributed, shared data store. The user defines the storage requirements, such as performance and availability, for virtual machines (VMs) on a VMware vSAN cluster and vSAN ensures that these policies are administered and maintained.vSAN is part of the VMware ESXi kernel and runs on industry-standard x86 servers from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including Cisco, Dell EMC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Fujitsu, Lenovo and Supermicro. Because vSAN is a native component, it does not require additional software, and the user can enable it with a few clicks.The distributed architecture of VMware vSAN enables the parameters of the storage policy to be enforced despite changes in virtual machine (VM) workload demands or hardware or network failures. The vSphere Web Client handles cluster administration and storage policy implementation.vSAN supports both hybrid and all-flash configurations using a two-tier architecture. Both configurations use a caching tier and a capacity tier. The caching tier is composed of at least one flash device per host. The capacity tier is composed of at least one flash device (for all-flash) or one magnetic disk (for hybrid) per host. vSAN combines the host’s storage resources into a single, high-performance, shared data store that all the hosts in the cluster can use.Important featuresVMware vSAN includes a number of key features, although the feature set varies depending on the license type. Some of vSAN’s key features are Storage Policy-Based Management, stretched clusters, checksum and software-defined data-at-rest encryption which does not require self-encrypting drive (SEDs).vSAN 6.6 claims to deliver 50% more IOPS than previous versions of vSAN because of the way it minimizes storage latency through the use of server-side flash devices. It also includes a new health check feature that enables the administrator to see at a glance whether or not the vSAN cluster is healthy and, if it detects a problem, help diagnose the issue.A vSAN cluster can include between 2 and 64 nodes. The vSAN 6.6 Enterprise license offers stretched clusters with local site protection, and native data-at-rest encryption designed to achieve higher availability and security with minimal CPU overhead. Both Advanced and Enterprise licenses support deduplication, compression and erasure coding data services for all-flash configurations. Erasure coding can be configured with either single or double parity protection against disk failures.All the vSAN licenses also offer support for storage quality of service (QoS), which enables an administrator to place limits on the number of IOPS that specific VMs can consume.

Overview

Section 1: Getting to Know Enterprise Storage

Lecture 1 Learning Path for vSphere 7

Lecture 2 Overview

Lecture 3 Storage Media

Lecture 4 Networked Storage Implementations

Lecture 5 SAN vs. NAS

Lecture 6 Physical vs. Virtual Storage

Lecture 7 Don’t reject this video!!!

Section 2: Diving into VMware vSAN Concepts

Lecture 8 The Big Picture

Lecture 9 Solutions and Benefits

Lecture 10 vSAN Architecture

Lecture 11 vSAN Features

Lecture 12 Use Cases

Section 3: VMware vSAN Design Considerations

Lecture 13 Meeting Requirements

Lecture 14 vSAN Editions

Lecture 15 Cache Tier Sizing

Lecture 16 Cluster Sizing

Lecture 17 Scaling Up and Scaling Out

Lecture 18 Understanding Fault Domains

Lecture 19 Stretched Cluster

Lecture 20 Two Node Direct Connect

Section 4: Installation Files (direct link)

Lecture 21 Installation Files

Section 5: vSAN LAB

Lecture 22 Download vSAN

Lecture 23 How to practice

Lecture 24 Introduction to VMware LAB

Lecture 25 VMware Hands-On LAB

Section 6: Implementing VMware vSAN

Lecture 26 Verifying Prerequisites

Lecture 27 Snapshot your workload

Lecture 28 Storage controller requirements

Lecture 29 Adding disks to ESXi for vSAN

Lecture 30 Configuring vSAN Networking

Lecture 31 Enabling Single-site Cluster

Lecture 32 Claiming Disks

Lecture 33 Fault Domains

Lecture 34 Validating Your vSAN Implementation

Section 7: Configuring VMware vSAN Advanced Features

Lecture 35 Migrating Virtual Machines to vSAN

Lecture 36 Storage Policies

Lecture 37 Deduplication and Compression

Lecture 38 Quality of Service

Lecture 39 Encryption

Lecture 40 iSCSI Target Service

Lecture 41 vSAN Data Protection and Disaster Recovery

Section 8: Monitoring VMware vSAN

Lecture 42 vSAN Health Service

Lecture 43 Maintenance Mode

Lecture 44 Hardware Replacement

Section 9: What’s Next

Lecture 45 Bonus Lecture

Storage Admin,Virtualization Admin,Network Admin,Security Engineer

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