Clear and Simple VMware vSphere 6.5 Foundations VCP - Part 2
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- Manage host clusters, High Availability (HA), Fault Tolerance (FT), and vMotion.
- Troubleshoot ESXi, vCenter, and Virtual Machines
- Monitor vSphere using performance charts and alarms.
- You should have a basic understanding of vSphere Concepts.
- You should complete Clear and Simple vSphere 6.5 - Foundations (VCP6-DCV) Part 1
Are you looking for VMware vSphere Training? Do you want to learn from an experienced trainer who makes complex concepts simple and easy to understand?
I am a VMware Certified Instructor who has taught thousands of hours of live training directly for VMware. Most lectures in this course are 5 - 15 minutes long. A few deeper topics are slightly longer. This course gives you an understanding of vSphere foundation concepts.
VMware vSphere is everywhere. Non-virtualized datacenters are a thing of the past, and in order to stay relevant you must understand vSphere. This course builds off my "Clear and Simple vSphere Certified Associate" videos, and gives you a deeper understanding of vSphere.
You will learn about vSphere concepts like host clustering, High Availability (HA), vMotion, and Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS). I will also provide live demos of many common tasks that you may need to perform as a vSphere Administrator using the vSphere Web Client.
This course will also help you prepare for the VMware vSphere 6.5 Foundations exam. I can also provide Lab Rentals with manuals that you can use as a companion to this course.
- Administrators that need to learn vSphere fundamentals.
- Anyone who plans to take the vSphere Foundations Exam.
Examine configured VMkernel Ports. Verify a VM port group, and settings like VLAN and MTU. Understand NIC teaming methods and the proper physical switch configuration. Understand CDP. View the physical adapters on a virtual switch. Differentiate between trunk and access ports.