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This powerful class provides a more in-depth look at vSphere 6.7 along with a huge savings opportunity from the standard course offerings! In this 5-day instructor-led course, Larry covers how to deploy vSphere 6.7, how to optimize it – including VMs, ESXi hosts, vCenter Server Appliance, networking and shared SAN storage with the goal of delivering both scalability and performance. You will learn step-by-step how to upgrade or migrate to vCenter Server Appliance 6.7, how to use VMware Update Manager to upgrade ESXi hosts and how to use VUM how to upgrade VM virtual hardware. You will also show you how to diagnose, isolate and fix common problems. All of vSphere Client, Host Client, Web Client and command line tools are all used to explore, configure, update, investigate and zero in on performance bottlenecks and trouble spots. Up to 45% of class time is devoted to labs so concepts, skills and best practices are developed and reinforced. By the end of the class, attendees will have learned practical, actionable skills in vSphere design, implementation, upgrading, sizing, scalability, performance optimization and troubleshooting.

This is not a beginner level course, but participants with some experience installing and configuring and administering vSphere 5.x or 6.x components including ESXi, vCenter server or vCenter Server Appliance could consider this course as well.

Chapter 1 – Install, Configure and Secure ESXi 6.7 (HoL1)
Chapter 2 – Virtual and Physical Networking (HoL1)
Chapter 3 – Advanced Virtual Networking (HoL1)
Chapter 4 – Connecting to NAS Shared storage (HoL1)
Chapter 5 – Virtual Hardware and Virtual Machines (HoL1)
Chapter 6 – vCenter Server and Web Client (HoL1)
Chapter 7 – ESXi Command Line Access (HoL1)
Chapter 8 – Virtual Machine Rapid Deployment (HoL1)
Chapter 9 – Upgrade ESXi hosts, VMs with VMware Update Manager (HoL1)
Chapter 10 – Connecting to Fibre & iSCSI Shared Storage (HoL1)
Chapter 11 – Understand and Use Raw Device Maps (HoL1)
Chapter 12 – Working with VMFS Filesystems (HoL1)
Chapter 13 – Storage Profiles (HoL1)
Chapter 14 – Storage Load Balancing with SDRS Clusters (HoL1)
Chapter 15 – VM VMotion, Storage VMotion Migration (HoL1)
Chapter 16 – HA Cluster CPU/Memory Resource Mgt. (HoL1)
Chapter 17 – VMware Fault Tolerance (HoL1)
Chapter 18 – Distributed vSwitch Features and Scalability (HoL1)

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  • Course Number vSphrOUT
  • Course Length 5 days
  • Course Fee $3,775.00
  • Delivery Format vILT (Instructor Led; Virtual LIVE Online; Remote Training)
  • Course Topic Troubleshooting
  • Vendor VMware
  • Technology vSphere / ESXi / vCenter

About the instructorLarry Karnis

VMware Instructor

Larry is a 25+ year veteran as a VMware/UNIX/Linux technical consultant and instructor. He possesses expert level skills in VMware vSphere, ESXi & vCenter through all of its legacy and versions. He most enjoys the trust and loyalty from the many consulting & student clients have placed in him after delivering quality services and results. His VCP number is 993 (issued before VMware changed their VCP numbering scheme). Larry successfully completed the exhaustive instructor qualifications; Train the Trainer sessions for both Global Knowledge and Learning Tree. Larry’s Background: Computer systems analyst in software design and implementation, security, infrastructure design and security and in operations. As a senior team member on the PerfectMail antispam project, his responsibilities included e-mail threat analysis, threat abatement, design and implementation of spam countermeasures and review of industry standards and trends in the antispam market.

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VMware vSphere 6.7 Optimize, Upgrade and Troubleshoot


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