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VMware Certified Professional 5 – Data Center Virtualization (VCP5-DCV)

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One of the biggest developments in IT infrastructure management is the emergence of server virtualization. Virtualization is well suited for most business applications and is widely in use for all but the most demanding workloads. Virtualization brings many economic advantages. It allows an organization to run multiple operating systems, called virtual machines, simultaneously on a single physical machine. The ability to consolidate multiple machines allows the IT department to reduce its hardware and software costs, as well as significantly reducing its operational costs. Virtualization isn’t limited to simply creating virtual machines. Other infrastructure components, such as networking and storage, can also be virtualized, hiding the complexities of the underlying networking and storage components from the virtual machines. Once virtualized, the physical resources such as processor power, network switches and SAN resources can be aggregated and combined together for use by virtual machines, resulting in better utilization of physical resources, load balancing, and fault tolerance/redundancy. vSphere 5 is a virtualization software suite that can create virtual counterparts which correspond to, or replace, the physical components of a datacenter. This course will discuss the physical and virtual relationships between components. VMware products, such as ESXi and vCenter Server are licensed differently depending on their implementation. Factors such as the size of your environment, the resource needs of VMs, and the vSphere features one wishes to utilize will determine license type, configuration, and costs. Many of these factors will determine the type or edition of vSphere licensing your purchase. Each edition provides a feature set as well as determines the amount of physical resources VMs will have available to them (RAM, CPU, etc) and this course reviews each of those factors.

Syllabus:

  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: Introduction to Virtualization
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: vCenter Server Installation
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: vSphere Client and vCenter Server Configuration
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: ESXi Installation and Configuration
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: vCenter Server Inventory
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: vCenter Server Administration
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: vCenter Server Management
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: Creating Virtual Machines
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: Configuring and Managing Virtual Machines
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: An Overview of Virtual Network Creation
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: Configuring and Managing Virtual Network
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: Introduction to vSphere Storage Concepts
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: Storage Configuration and Managemen
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: VSphere Clustering
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: High Availability and Fault Tolerance
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: Processor and Resource Management
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: DRS, Resource Pools, and vApps
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: Logging and Performance
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: vSphere Security
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: Securing Hosts, Internal Components, Certificate Use
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: Host Profiles, Update Manager, and Auto Deploy
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: vCenter Server Appliance Deployments and Upgrades
  • VMware vSphere 5 – Part 2: Upgrading Hosts and Virtual Machines

Course Duration:     23 hours
Course Delivery:    Online

One of the biggest developments in IT infrastructure management is the emergence of server virtualization. Virtualization is well suited for most business applications and is widely in use for all but the most demanding workloads. Virtualization brings many economic advantages. It allows an organization to run multiple operating systems, called virtual machines, simultaneously on a […]

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