1- INTRODUCCIÓN

Con un 55% de contenido teórico y un 45% de laboratorios prácticos, el curso dota al asistente de los conocimientos necesarios para instalar, configurar y gestionar VMware vSphere; VMware ESXi 6.5 y VMware vCenter Server 6.5

2- OBJETIVOS DE CURSO

Una vez completado el curso, los asistentes serán capaces de:
– Describir el datacenter definido por software
– Describir los componentes de vSphere y su función en la infraestructura
– Desplegar Host de ESXi
– Desplegar el appliance de VMware vCenter.
– Describir la arquitectura de vCenter
– Emplear vCenter para gestionar hosts de ESXi
– Configurar y gestionar infraestructura vSphere con VMware Host Client y VMware vSphere Web Client.
– Configurar redes virtuales
– Utilizar vCenter para gestionar diferentes tipos de almacenamiento: VMware vSphere® VMFS, NFS, iSCSI, y RDM
– Examinar las características y funciones de VMware vSAN
– Gestionar máquinas virtuales, templates, clones y snapshots
– Crear, clonar y desplegar una vApp
– Migrar máquinas virtuales con VMware vSphere® vMotion
– Utilizar VMware vSphere® Storage vMotion para migrar almacenamiento de máquinas virtuales.
– Monitorizar el uso de recursos y gestionar pools de recursos
– Utilizar esxtop para identificar y solucionar problemas de rendimiento.
– Configurar vSphere HA
– Gestionar vSphere HA and VMware vSphere® Fault Tolerance
– Utilizar VMware vSphere® Replication™ y VMware vSphere® Data Protection para replicar máquinas virtuales y ejecutar data recovery
– Utilizar VMware vSphere® Distributed Resource Scheduler™ clusters para mejorar la escalabilidad de los host
– Utilizar VMware vSphere® Update Manager™ para aplicar parchers y dar soporte a los host de ESXi, máquinas virtuales y a las operaciones de vCenter Server.

3- DURACIÓN Y DESARROLLO:

33 horas.

4- FECHA:

Del 7 al 11 de mayo de 2018

5-HORARIO:

• Lunes 7, martes 8 y miércoles 9 y jueves 10 de mayo: 9:00h – 14:00h y de 15:00h – 17:00h
• Viernes 11 de mayo: 9:00h a 14:00h

6- PRECIO DEL CURSO:

1.950€ por asistente (IVA no incluido).

7- MATERIALES:

Cada alumno dispondrá de documentación y de un PC para realizar las prácticas

8- MÁS INFORMACIÓN E INSCRIPCIONES:

Roberto Reta / calidad@sein.org / 948.19.80.56

9- LUGAR:

INSTALACIONES DE C2B EN BILBAO
C/ Pérez Galdós, 22, 48010 Bilbao

10- TEMARIO:

1. Course Introduction
• Introductions and course logistics
• Course objectives
• Describe the content of this course
• Gain a complete picture of the VMware certification system
• Familiarize yourself with the benefits of the VMware Education Learning Zone
• Identify additional resources

2. Introduction to vSphere and the Software-Defined Data Center
• Describe the topology of a physical data center
• Explain the vSphere virtual infrastructure
• Define the files and components of virtual machines
• Describe the benefits of using virtual machines
• Explain the similarities and differences between physical architectures and virtual architectures
• Define the purpose of ESXi
• Define the purpose of vCenter Server
• Explain the software-defined data center
• Describe private, public, and hybrid clouds

3. Creating Virtual Machines
• Introduce virtual machines, virtual machine hardware, and virtual machine files
• Identify the files that make up a virtual machine
• Discuss the latest virtual machine hardware and its features
• Describe virtual machine CPU, memory, disk, and network resource usage
• Explain the importance of VMware Tools™
• Discuss PCI pass-through, Direct I/O, remote direct memory access, and NVMe
• Deploy and configure virtual machines and templates
• Identify the virtual machine disk format

4. vCenter Server
• Introduce the vCenter Server architecture
• Deploy and configure vCenter Server Appliance
• Use vSphere Web Client
• Back up and restore vCenter Server
• Examine vCenter Server permissions and roles
• Explain the vSphere HA architectures and features
• Examine the new vSphere authentication proxy
• Manage vCenter Server inventory objects and licenses
• Access and navigate the new vSphere clients

5. Configuring and Managing Virtual Networks
• Describe, create, and manage standard switches
• Configure virtual switch security and load-balancing policies
• Contrast and compare vSphere distributed switches and standard switches
• Describe the virtual switch connection types
• Describe the new TCP/IP stack architecture
• Use VLANs with standard switches

6. Configuring and Managing Virtual Storage
• Introduce storage protocols and storage device types
• Discuss ESXi hosts using iSCSI, NFS, and Fibre Channel storage
• Create and manage VMFS and NFS datastores
• Describe the new features of VMFS 6.5
• Introduce vSAN
• Describe guest file encryption

7. Virtual Machine Management
• Use templates and cloning to deploy new virtual machines
• Modify and manage virtual machines
• Clone a virtual machine
• Upgrade virtual machine hardware to version 12
• Remove virtual machines from the vCenter Server inventory and datastore
• Customize a new virtual machine using customization specification files
• Perform vSphere vMotion and vSphere Storage vMotion migrations
• Create and manage virtual machine snapshots
• Create, clone, and export vApps
• Introduce the types of content libraries and how to deploy and use them

8. Resource Management and Monitoring
• Introduce virtual CPU and memory concepts
• Explain virtual memory reclamation techniques
• Describe virtual machine overcommitment and resource competition
• Configure and manage resource pools
• Describe methods for optimizing CPU and memory usage
• Use various tools to monitor resource usage
• Create and use alarms to report certain conditions or events
• Describe and deploy resource pools
• Set reservations, limits, and shares
• Describe expandable reservations
• Schedule changes to resource settings
• Create, clone, and export vApps
• Use vCenter Server performance charts and esxtop to analyze vSphere performance

9. vSphere HA, vSphere Fault Tolerance, and Protecting Data
• Explain the vSphere HA architecture
• Configure and manage a vSphere HA cluster
• Use vSphere HA advanced parameters
• Define clusterwide restart ordering capabilities
• Enforce infrastructural or intra-app dependencies during failover
• Describe vSphere HA heartbeat networks and datastore heartbeats
• Introduce vSphere Fault Tolerance
• Enable vSphere Fault Tolerance on virtual machines
• Support vSphere Fault Tolerance interoperability with vSAN
• Examine enhanced consolidation of vSphere Fault Tolerance virtual machines
• Introduce vSphere Replication
• Use vSphere Data Protection to back up and restore data

10. vSphere DRS
• Describe the functions and benefits of a vSphere DRS cluster
• Configure and manage a vSphere DRS cluster
• Work with affinity and anti-affinity rules
• Describe the new capabilities for what-if analysis and proactive vSphere DRS
• Highlight the evolution of vSphere DRS using predictive data from VMware vRealize® Operations Manager™
• Perform preemptive actions to prepare for CPU or memory changes
• Describe the vCenter Server embedded vSphere Update Manager, VMware vSphere® ESXi™ Image Builder CLI, and VMware vSphere® Auto Deploy capabilities
• Use vSphere HA and vSphere DRS together for business continuity

11. vSphere Update Manager
• Describe the new vSphere Update Manager architecture, components, and capabilities
• Use vSphere Update Manager to manage ESXi, virtual machine, and vApp patching
• Install vSphere Update Manager and the vSphere Update Manager plug-in
• Create patch baselines
• Use host profiles to manage host configuration compliance
• Scan and remediate hosts

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