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Virtualization has become the cornerstone of technology within the industry. There has been an increase industry as to how applications are delivered, accessed and how information is obtained to end-users worldwide. Virtualization plays a key role in the all facets of technology, as systems administrators have to retool their skillset in order to adapt to the constant evolution of the virtual space and eco-system. There is tremendous value for IT professionals to learn and understand virtualization. Learning this knowledge can potentially enhance your professional career as organizations are heavily virtualized, or are in the process of transitioning to a virtualized environment.

In this course, you will receive a complete overview of the VMware virtual datacenter environment, utilizing the vSphere Client and the web interface. You will be exposed the vCenter appliance, learning how to secure your vDatacenter, understand the role of the ESXi hosts, deploy VMs from templates, cloning VMs, vMotion, network configuration, storage delivery and more. The objective is to provide you with the best practices relating to how to manage a VMware infrastructure.
 
Topics Include:

  • Virtual Datacenter, Clusters and Hosts
  • Resource Pools
  • Host Configurations
  • Creating guest OS systems (VMs)
  • vMotion
  • LUNs and Datastores
  • Storage vMotion
  • Cloning
  • Snapshots
  • Networking (vSS and vDS)
  • MuiltiPathing
  • I/O (MPIO)
  • 32 and 64 bit DSN connection
  • Web Portal
  • Critical VMware services
  • VMware Tools
Course Benefits:
  • Enhance you marketability
  • Learn best practices
  • Gain Infrastructure knowledge
  • Learn about the virtualized eco-system.
  • Become well versed with public, private and hybrid cloud solutions.
  • Familiarize yourself with vDatacenter administration.
 More Information: For more information about this course, please contact infotech@ucsd.edu.

Course Number: CSE-41284
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)