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  • Part 3 of 4 in the VMware vSphere Troubleshooting series focuses on troubleshooting virtual storage. The goal of this course is to enhance your skills to enable you to troubleshoot vSphere. This course will show you how to troubleshoot vSphere using log files, how to prevent downtime with your HA cluster, ways to deal with broken vNetwork Distributed Switches, and how to quickly get vSphere back up and running. If you are a middle-to-upper level enterprise network administrator, and/or have taken our VMware vSphere Training course or have done hands-on work with vSphere, you’ll benefit from the advanced troubleshooting techniques presented in our vSphere Troubleshooting Training course.

  • Part 2 of 4 in the VMware vSphere Troubleshooting series focuses on troubleshooting virtual networking. The goal of this course is to enhance your skills to enable you to troubleshoot vSphere. This course will show you how to troubleshoot vSphere using log files, how to prevent downtime with your HA cluster, ways to deal with broken vNetwork Distributed Switches, and how to quickly get vSphere back up and running. If you are a middle-to-upper level enterprise network administrator, and/or have taken our VMware vSphere Training course or have done hands-on work with vSphere, you’ll benefit from the advanced troubleshooting techniques presented in our vSphere Troubleshooting Training course.

  • Part 1 of 4 in the VMware vSphere Troubleshooting series introduces troubleshooting topics. The goal of this course is to enhance your skills to enable you to troubleshoot vSphere. This course will show you how to troubleshoot vSphere using log files, how to prevent downtime with your HA cluster, ways to deal with broken vNetwork Distributed Switches, and how to quickly get vSphere back up and running. If you are a middle-to-upper level enterprise network administrator, and/or have taken our VMware vSphere Training course or have done hands-on work with vSphere, you’ll benefit from the advanced troubleshooting techniques presented in our vSphere Troubleshooting Training course.

  • Part 4 of 4 in the VMware vSphere Troubleshooting is a deep dive into troubleshooting advanced vSphere features. The goal of this course is to enhance your skills to enable you to troubleshoot vSphere. This course will show you how to troubleshoot vSphere using log files, how to prevent downtime with your HA cluster, ways to deal with broken vNetwork Distributed Switches, and how to quickly get vSphere back up and running. If you are a middle-to-upper level enterprise network administrator, and/or have taken our VMware vSphere Training course or have done hands-on work with vSphere, you’ll benefit from the advanced troubleshooting techniques presented in our vSphere Troubleshooting Training course.

  • Part 1 of 3 in the VMware vSphere Security Design series focuses on the essential security concepts in VMware virtualization. The goal of this course is to take you beyond basic implementation, configuration, and administration of VMware vSphere and teach you the skills needed to properly secure a vSphere environment. You’ll learn information security and risk management concepts, how virtualization affects security, guidelines and best practices for securing a virtual environment, and securing virtual machines. This course is recommended for those who have existing VMware vSphere knowledge who want to enhance their security knowledge.

  • Part 2 of 3 in the VMware vSphere Security Design series focuses on designing and building a secure VMware environment. The goal of this course is to take you beyond basic implementation, configuration, and administration of VMware vSphere and teach you the skills needed to properly secure a vSphere environment. You’ll learn information security and risk management concepts, how virtualization affects security, guidelines and best practices for securing a virtual environment, and securing virtual machines. This course is recommended for those who have existing VMware vSphere knowledge who want to enhance their security knowledge.

  • VMware vSphere Security Design: Advanced Security by David Davis , Jason Nash & Lane Leverett

    Part 3 of 3 in the VMware vSphere Security Design series focuses on advanced security concepts in VMware virtualization. The goal of this course is to take you beyond basic implementation, configuration, and administration of VMware vSphere and teach you the skills needed to properly secure a vSphere environment. You’ll learn information security and risk management concepts, how virtualization affects security, guidelines and best practices for securing a virtual environment, and securing virtual machines. This course is recommended for those who have existing VMware vSphere knowledge who want to enhance their security knowledge.

  • VMware vSphere Security by Brian Tobia

    This course is designed to teach the basics of security in a vSphere environment as well as give hands-on experience installing and configuring the different features and settings that are introduced. By the end of this course, from a security perspective, topics such as authentication, SSL certificates, vCenter single sign-on, and component hardening will be covered. Common scenarios and component configurations will also be covered in order to teach the methods for setting up vSphere security in different situations.

  • Part 1 of 2 of the VMware vSphere PowerCLI series will introduce you to PowerCLI and teach you basic administration of hosts and virtual machines. This comprehensive training course will teach you how to automate and customize your virtual environment. You'll learn to automate ESX configurations, automate the creation of virtual machines, and automate vSwitches and datastores configurations. This course is recommended for those who are familiar with the core concepts of vSphere, or a familiarity with PowerShell.

  • Part 2 of 2 of the VMware vSphere PowerCLI series will teach you advanced PowerCLI concepts and functionality to help you automate and customize your virtual environment. You'll learn to automate ESX configurations, automate the creation of virtual machines, and automate vSwitches and datastores configurations. This course is recommended for those who are familiar with the core concepts of vSphere, or a familiarity with PowerShell.

  • Part 3 of 3 of the VMware vSphere Performance Monitoring series looks in-depth at various tools to help you monitor and optimize vSphere performance. If you are interested in quickly solving performance issues and optimizing your virtual environment, as well as minimizing downtime and reducing waste of server resources, then this is the course for you. You’ll learn how vSphere uses resources like CPU, memory, disk, network, and how to make your vSphere infrastructure perform efficiently. You’ll also learn to properly size virtual machines, use DRS, and troubleshoot vSphere performance. This course is recommended for those who have existing VMware vSphere knowledge who want the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform advanced performance monitoring of their vSphere deployments.

  • Part 2 of 3 of the VMware vSphere Performance Monitoring series focuses on how to tune vSphere resources to optimize virtual infrastructure performance. If you are interested in quickly solving performance issues and optimizing your virtual environment, as well as minimizing downtime and reducing waste of server resources, then this is the course for you. You’ll learn how vSphere uses resources like CPU, memory, disk, network, and how to make your vSphere infrastructure perform efficiently. You’ll also learn to properly size virtual machines, use DRS, and troubleshoot vSphere performance. This course is recommended for those who have existing VMware vSphere knowledge who want the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform advanced performance monitoring of their vSphere deployments.

  • Part 1 of 3 of the VMware vSphere Performance Monitoring series focuses on vSphere resources, including CPU performance, memory, storage and network management, and more. If you are interested in quickly solving performance issues and optimizing your virtual environment, as well as minimizing downtime and reducing waste of server resources, then this is the course for you. You’ll learn how vSphere uses resources like CPU, memory, disk, network, and how to make your vSphere infrastructure perform efficiently. You’ll also learn to properly size virtual machines, use DRS, and troubleshoot vSphere performance. This course is recommended for those who have existing VMware vSphere knowledge who want the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform advanced performance monitoring of their vSphere deployments.

  • Part 3 of 3 in the VMware vSphere Optimize and Scale (VCAP-DCA) series focuses on monitoring and automation. VMware vExpert Jason Nash will teach you advanced skills for configuring and maintaining your own highly available and scalable virtual infrastructure. After completing this course, you'll also be prepared for the VCAP5-DCA exam. Learn how to optimize the performance of all vSphere components, manage changes to the vSphere environment, deploy DRS clusters and so much more.

  • Part 2 of 3 of the VMware vSphere Optimize and Scale (VCAP-DCA) series focuses on performance and high availability. VMware vExpert Jason Nash will teach you advanced skills for configuring and maintaining your own highly available and scalable virtual infrastructure. After completing this course, you'll also be prepared for the VCAP5-DCA exam. Learn how to optimize the performance of all vSphere components, manage changes to the vSphere environment, deploy DRS clusters and so much more.

  • Part 1 of 3 of the VMware vSphere Optimize and Scale (VCAP-DCA) series focuses on storage and networking. VMware vExpert Jason Nash will teach you advanced skills for configuring and maintaining your own highly available and scalable virtual infrastructure. After completing this course, you'll also be prepared for the VCAP5-DCA exam. Learn how to optimize the performance of all vSphere components, manage changes to the vSphere environment, deploy DRS clusters and so much more.

  • VMware vSphere Networking by Brian Tobia

    This course is designed to teach the basics of networking in a vSphere environment as well as give hands-on experience installing and configuring the different features and settings that are introduced. By the end of this course, from a networking perspective, both virtual machine and host networking configuration will be covered including: networking basics, HA, resource allocation, and virtual switch types. Common scenarios and component configurations will also be covered in order to teach the methods for setting up vSphere networking in different situations.

  • This course starts from the basics of backup, recovery, and replication and provides foundational knowledge for understanding backups and restores in a virtual environment. The vDP and vDPA products are covered in depth, with their features, functionals, and limitations reviewed. We will look at configuring and running backups, restores, backup verification jobs, and replication jobs. Next, the advanced file-level restore, application-level backups, and Direct-To-Host Emergency restores are discussed in-depth. Finally, best practices and troubleshooting tips and tricks are provided to help administrators or users get the most out of a vDP deployment.

  • This course is a deep dive into vSphere administration and troubleshooting. Virtualization is becoming a norm in most data centers and the evolution of network administration is growing more and more with new technologies. VMware has stepped up and added many new technologies and features to vSphere networking to help meet these new challenges head on. In this course you will learn advanced topics like vSwitch components, port mirroring, load based teaming, vSphere security considerations, and more. It’s recommended that students come into this course with knowledge of virtualization fundamentals and have experience working with vSphere.

  • VMware vSphere 5: Installing by David Davis & Elias Khnaser

    Part 1 of 3 in the VMware vSphere 5 series covers installing VMware vSphere 5. This comprehensive course will show you how to virtualize your server and network infrastructure in an innovative, efficient, and reliable way using VMware vSphere 5. You'll walk away from this course able to install and configure ESXi 5 and vCenter 5 and able to manage virtual machines, virtual storage, networking and you'll also know how to leverage advanced features such as VMware High Availability, VMware Fault Tolerance and more. To get the most from this course, you should know the basics of virtualization, and some experience working with VMware vSphere will be helpful, but is not required.

  • VMware vSphere 5: Configuring by David Davis & Elias Khnaser

    Part 2 of 3 in the VMware vSphere 5 series covers configuring VMware vSphere 5, including datacenters, hosts, virtual machines, virtual storage and more. This comprehensive course will show you how to virtualize your server and network infrastructure in an innovative, efficient, and reliable way using VMware vSphere 5. You'll walk away from this course able to install and configure ESXi 5 and vCenter 5 and able to manage virtual machines, virtual storage, networking and you'll also know how to leverage advanced features such as VMware High Availability, VMware Fault Tolerance and more. To get the most from this course, you should know the basics of virtualization, and some experience working with VMware vSphere will be helpful, but is not required.

  • VMware vSphere 5: Advanced Features by David Davis & Elias Khnaser

    Part 3 of 3 in the VMware vSphere 5 series covers advanced features of VMware vSphere 5, including DRS, Fault Tolerance, VDR and more. This comprehensive course will show you how to virtualize your server and network infrastructure in an innovative, efficient, and reliable way using VMware vSphere 5. You'll walk away from this course able to install and configure ESXi 5 and vCenter 5 and able to manage virtual machines, virtual storage, networking and you'll also know how to leverage advanced features such as VMware High Availability, VMware Fault Tolerance and more. To get the most from this course, you should know the basics of virtualization, and some experience working with VMware vSphere will be helpful, but is not required.

  • VMware's latest release of vSphere contains exciting new features designed to make datacenters more efficient and empower virtualization admins. Some of those new features are related to the vSphere web client, vSphere Replication, vCenter Orchestrator, the VMFS, and vCloud Director. Two of the most exciting new features are the new VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN) and Virtual Flash (vFlash). Watch this course to learn about all the new vSphere 5.5 features and implement them in your own vSphere infrastructure. To get the most from this course, it's best to be familiar with VMware vSphere 5 and the new features of VMware vSphere 5.1. If you aren't familiar with VMware vSphere 5 and the vSphere 5.1 updates, be sure to check out our VMware vSphere 5: Installing, VMware vSphere 5: Configuring, VMware vSphere 5: Advanced Features, and VMware vSphere 5.1 New Features courses.

  • This course will cover all the features offered in vSphere 5.1. After viewing this course, you'll know how to install the vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA), use the improved vSphere web client, and use vCenter Operations Manager Foundations. Additionally, you'll learn how the vSphere Data Protection (VDP) can help you, how to install it, and how to backup and restore vSphere virtual machines. In addition, you'll also learn how to install and use vSphere Replication. To get the most out of this course, you should have some vSphere experience and it's recommended to have watched our vSphere 5 video training course first.

  • Part 1 of 3 in the VMware vSphere 4 series focuses on introducing VMware vSphere and walking through installation. In the VMware vSphere 4 series, you'll be learning to virtualize your server and network infrastructure in an innovative, efficient, and reliable way. By utilizing the power of cloud computing, VMware vSphere will allow you to dramatically reduce costs, increase control over your IT infrastructure, while maintaining flexibility and security. If you are a complete beginner to VMware, have used previous versions of the software, or have some experience with VMware Server, you'll benefit from this course.

  • Part 2 of 3 in the VMware vSphere 4 series focuses on configuring VMware vSphere, including hosts, clusters, vms, storage, networking and more. In the VMware vSphere 4 series, you'll be learning to virtualize your server and network infrastructure in an innovative, efficient, and reliable way. By utilizing the power of cloud computing, VMware vSphere will allow you to dramatically reduce costs, increase control over your IT infrastructure, while maintaining flexibility and security. If you are a complete beginner to VMware, have used previous versions of the software, or have some experience with VMware Server, you'll benefit from this course.

  • Part 3 of 3 in the VMware vSphere 4 series explores the advanced features in VMware vSphere, including moving vms and storage, optimizing performance, load balancing, high availability and more. In the VMware vSphere 4 series, you'll be learning to virtualize your server and network infrastructure in an innovative, efficient, and reliable way. By utilizing the power of cloud computing, VMware vSphere will allow you to dramatically reduce costs, increase control over your IT infrastructure, while maintaining flexibility and security. If you are a complete beginner to VMware, have used previous versions of the software, or have some experience with VMware Server, you'll benefit from this course.

  • This is a guide to the installation, and basic configuration of Citrix XenMobile 8.5 MDM and App Editions as well as all peripheral components in a VMware vSphere 5.1 lab environment. This course is intended to aid administrators in setting up small labs or proof of concept environments while familiarizing them with core functionality of the XenMobile product line. Additionally, the course introduces the audience the concepts and motivators behind the bring your own device (BYOD) trend that is taking hold in IT departments around the world.

  • PowerCLI is the key to automating and managing VMware vSphere like a vExpert. This course will introduce PowerCLI, explain some PowerShell basics, and then dive deep with hands-on demonstrations to learn how to use PowerCLI for real-world administration of vSphere 4. Since this is an advanced course, to get the most out of it you should have a solid understanding of working with vSphere and virtualization concepts. Some experience with command-line administration and PowerShell is helpful but not required.