1- INTRODUCCIÓN

Con un 60% de contenido teórico y un 40% de laboratorios prácticos, el curso VMware vSphere Optimize and Scale está orientado a aquellas personas con conocimientos de VMware vsphere y buscan formación más avanzada. Dota al asistente de conocimientos avanzados para la configuración y gestión de una infraestructura virtual escalable y con alta disponibilidad. El curso está basado en VMware vSphere; VMware ESXi 6 y VMware vCenter Server 6.

A través de la combinación de teoría y laboratorios prácticos, el asistente configurará y optimizará los componentes de vSphere que constituyen la base de una infraestructura realmente escalable y discutirá sobre cuándo y dónde estas características tienen un mayor efecto. El curso está orientado a quien busque profundizar en sus conocimientos sobre vSphere, su gestión y aprender cómo utilizar características avanzadas.

2- OBJETIVOS DE CURSO

• Configure and manage ESXi networking and storage for a large and sophisticated enterprise.
• Manage changes to the vSphere environment.
• Optimize the performance of all vSphere components.
• Harden the vSphere environment against security threats.
• Troubleshoot operational faults and identify their root causes.
• Use VMware vSphere® ESXi™ Shell and VMware vSphere® Management Assistant to manage vSphere.
• Use VMware vSphere® Auto Deploy™ to provision ESXi hosts

3- DURACIÓN Y DESARROLLO

34 horas. 60% contenido teórico y 40% laboratorios.

4- FECHA

Del 6 al 10 de junio de 2016.

5- HORARIO

• 6, 7, 8 y 9 de junio: De 9:00h a 14:00h y de 15:00h a 17:00h
• Viernes 10 de junio: De 9:00h a 15:00h.

6- PRECIO DEL CURSO

1.900€ por asistente.

7- MATERIALES

Cada alumno dispondrá de un PC para realizar las prácticas y de los manuales oficiales de VMware.

8- MÁS INFORMACIÓN E INSCRIPCIONES

Roberto Reta / calidad@sein.org / 948.19.80.56

9- LUGAR: INSTALACIONES DE SEIN EN PAMPLONA

Polígono Industrial Mutilva Baja c/E nº5 – bajo. 31192 Mutilva Baja (Navarra).

10- TEMARIO

1. Course Introduction:
o Introductions and course logistics.
o Course objectives.
o Additional resources.

2. VMware Management Resources:
o Understand the purpose of VMware vSphere® Command-Line Interface commands.
o Discuss options for running vSphere CLI commands.
o Deploy and configure vSphere Management Assistant.
o Use vmware-cmd for virtual machine operations.

3. vSphere Security:
o Describe the features and benefits of the Platform Services Controller.
o Configure ESXi host access and authorization.
o Secure ESXi, vCenter Server, and virtual machines.

4. Performance in a Virtualized Environment:
o Review the vSphere performance troubleshooting methodology.
o Explain software and hardware virtualization techniques and their effects on performance.
o Use vSphere performance monitoring tools.

5. Network Scalability:
o Create, configure, and manage vSphere distributed switches.
o Explain distributed switch features such as port mirroring, LACP, QoS tagging, and NetFlow.
o Migrate virtual machines from standard switches to distributed switches.

6. Network Performance Troubleshooting:
o Explain the performance features of network adapters.
o Explain the performance features of vSphere networking.
o Monitor key network performance metrics.
o Use vSphere Management Assistant to manage virtual network configurations.
o Troubleshoot common network performance problems.

7. Storage Scalability:
o Explain vSphere storage APIs for array integration and storage awareness.
o Configure and assign virtual machine storage policies.
o Configure VMware vSphere® Storage DRS™ and VMware vSphere® Storage I/O Control.
o Create and use virtual volumes in vSphere.

8. Storage Optimization:
o Diagnose storage access problems.
o Configure VMware vSphere® Flash Read Cache™.
o Monitor key storage performance metrics.
o Troubleshoot common storage performance problems.

9. CPU Performance:
o Explain the CPU scheduler operation, NUMA support, and other features that affect CPU performance.
o Monitor key CPU performance metrics.
o Troubleshoot common CPU performance problems.

10. Memory Performance:
o Explain ballooning, memory compression, and host swapping techniques for memory reclamation when memory is overcommitted.
o Monitor key memory performance metrics.
o Troubleshoot common memory performance problems.

11. Virtual Machine and Cluster Optimization.
o Describe guidelines for optimizing virtual machine configuration.
o Discuss how vGPU usage affects virtual machine performance.
o Discuss guidelines for using resource allocation settings.
o Discuss guidelines for using resource pools.
o Discuss guidelines for using vSphere DRS clusters.
o Troubleshoot common vSphere cluster problems.

12. Host and Management Scalability:
o Describe and use host profiles.
o Define and use content libraries.
o Upgrade ESXi and vCenter Server instances.
o Use VMware vSphere® PowerCLI™.
o Use Virtual Machine Converter.
o Use VMware vSphere® ESXi™ Image Builder CLI and vSphere Auto Deploy.

10-LINKS DE INTERÉS

VMware training