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Virtualization has touched every area of IT infrastructure and operations. Anyone who will work with servers, storage, networking and security must be fluent in the key virtualization platform. With VMware's revolutionary Software Defined Data Center technology, the all new vSphere 6 is at the heart of building and delivering full-fledged IT services and infrastructure.
This video course will help you to quickly put the core features of vSphere to work. We will start by looking at the essential concepts of virtualization like ESXi and DCUI interfaces. We move on to see how vSphere works with Virtual Machines. We will learn about networking and varied storage configuration options. Important new features in vSphere 6 such as increased scalability, Network IO control, and fault tolerance would be addressed through practical examples. Finally you will learn how backup and replication features in vSphere help in data protection.
By finishing this course, readers would have acquired key skills to get started working with vSphere 6.0 and build a powerful and robust VMware based modern data center and infrastructure.
This video targets virtualization administrators, system engineers, and virtualization consultants who are new to VMware data center technology and vSphere. If you have prior experience with vSphere 5.x, you will learn how to use the new features to your advantage. To get the maximum benefit from this course, viewers should have a good understanding of networking and network services such as DNS, Active Directory and TCPIP.
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Subhojyoti is an excellent trainer! He took extra special efforts to make sure that the concepts discussed during the training sessions provided a deeper understanding of VMWare VSphere. He also made sure that all my questions and concerns were discussed. Now, I have a very good understanding of how to install and configure VMware VSphere. I look forward to apply this understanding at my work.
Mark Becker, USA