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VMware vSphere A-Z | Getting Started with Virtualization | By Pranay Jha
By Pranay Jha | Aug 4, 2019 | In Tutorials | Total Views [ 1250 ]
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This course will help you to quickly understand the essentials of VMware vSphere which a core product of datacenter virtualization. This will cover the initial understanding, configuration, managing, and features of VMware vSphere. You will have a better understanding of Architecture of Virtual Datacenter, and it’s components i;e Hypervisor, vCenter Server, Virtual Machine, Datastores, Virtual Switch. You will learn about configuring and managing virtual resources such as CPU, Memory, Networking, and Storage. You will cover the understanding of day to day operations for Vmware admins related to Virtual machines and building the infrastructure. Finally, you will have an overview of advance  features such as HA, DRS, vMotion, Storage vMotion, Update Manager, vSphere Replication, and vSphere Data Protection which helps a Virtual Infrastructure to provide a better availability, manageability, scalability, compliance, and securing the environment.By the end of this course, you will acquire key skills to get started to build and manage a powerful and robust VMware based modern datacenter with different versions of VMware vSphere which includes vSphere 6.7 along with earlier versions such as vSphere 6.0 and vSphere 6.5. Course has also focused on lab demonstrations for the day to day operations of vSphere so that you will have better picture if you are well versed with this technology
This course is for IT Admins, System Administrators, Windows/Linux Administrators, Virtualization Admins, Operations Admins, IT Managers, as well as for the team who are involved in procuring the products for Virtual Infrastructure. This will help all audience who are new to VMware technology and willing to learn Vmware vSphere which is a core product of Datacenter Virtualization.
- Section 1: An Introduction to Virtualization
- Section 2: VMware ESXi and vCenter Server
- Section 3: Configure Virtual Networking
- Section 4: Configure Virtual Storage
- Section 5: Managing Virtual Machines
- Section 6: Data center Recilience: vSphere HA, vSphere FT
- Section 7: Advance Features: vSphere DRS, Update Manager, VR, VDP

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Thank you for visiting my profile. I am Pranay Jha, bring along a total of 11+ years of extensive experience with me in Information Technology sector for organizations from small business to large enterprises, wherein my current assignment I am associated with IBM as a Technical Solution Architect for Virtualization platform. I am vExpert x 3 (16/17/18), VCIX-DCV, VCAP5/6-DCD, VCAP5-DCA, VCP7-CMA, VCP5/6-DCV, VCA-DCV, VCA-Cloud, VSP, VCE-CIA, MCITP, MCSE, MCSA(Messaging). I am also an Independent blogger and founder of and I can be reached via email at or Direct Message via Contact Us form.

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