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Certified Virtualization Engineer: Virtualization Administration with Security

Course Code: CVE-V6.5
Length: 5 Days
Tuition: $3,995.00

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Course Description:

Level: Foundational

This fast paced, high energy, hands-on course provides not only the foundation needed for a top performing software defined datacenter it also provides the latest in virtualization and cloud technologies which gives the engineer or administrator the knowledge and skills needed to design and manage the datacenter for tomorrow’s needs. This course will cover everything from design, installation, configuration, best practices, performance monitoring, and just about everything in between!

Why Attend this Course

  • Learn far more than just how to use the product. This course teaches the why behind the how which is vital to any engineer or administrator in the business.
  • Why attend 2 to 4 other classes to get the same knowledge found in this one course? This course covers content and concepts from multiple VMware® classes: Install, Configure, Manage; What's New!; Manage for Performance; Fast Track; Security and Troubleshooting!
  • Our team of developers have many years of experience working and consulting in the industry. This team has included best practices learned from the field, no need to test the theoretical best practices, start implementing real world use cases directly after the course.
  • Qualified Instructors do make a difference! Our trainers are not just trainers, they are consultants with a well-rounded knowledge base.
  • Every datacenter makes use of 3rd party products or tools, why not learn the best in the industry? This course will cover the best in the industry of both free and paid 3rd party products that make a real difference!
  • Every IT professional enjoys learning new technologies! This course will help in two ways – A: It will teach you the fastest way to get the job done right! B: It will teach you the latest technologies used in today’s datacenters related to virtualization and the private cloud.
  • Take the VM’s home with you for additional work after class!
  • 50% of your time will be hands on!

Prerequisites

  • Network+ Certification or Equivalent Knowledge
  • Two Years’ Experience with Microsoft or Linux Servers
  • Basic Virtualization/Cloud Knowledge

Course Outline:

Chapter 0 – Course Introduction

Chapter 1 – Software Defined Datacenter

  1. Overview of Virtualization
  2. Overview of Public and Private Cloud
  3. How it all fits together
    • Designing the Datacenter for today and tomorrow
    • Key technologies for a virtual and private cloud datacenter

 

Chapter 2 – Installing and Managing ESXi

  1. Planning for the Installation
    • Installation Options
    • Auto Deploy
  2. Installing ESXi (Hands On Lab (HOL))
    • Using the DCUI (HOL)
    • ESXi Configuration Settings (HOL)
      • Hostname Resolution (HOL)
      • NTP (HOL)
      • IP Address (HOL)
      • Syslog (HOL)
      • Accessing ESXi
        • vSphere Client (HOL)
          • !! THE NEW ONE !!
          • Configuration Settings
        • Management User Interface (MUI) (HOL)
        • SSH Access (HOL)
      • Managing ESXi
        • esxcli and its many uses
        • Controlling User Access (HOL)
        • Active Directory Integration (HOL)
        • Managing the Firewall (HOL)
        • Troubleshooting

 

Chapter 3 – Installing and Managing vCenter

  1. vSphere/vCloud Licensing
  2. vCenter Requirements
    • Minimum Specifications
    • Database Requirements
  3. vCenter Architecture
  4. Planning vCenter Installation (HOL)
    • Embedded Platform Services Controller
    • External Platform Services Controller
  5. vCenter Single Sign-On (HOL)
  6. vSphere Web Client (HOL)
  7. Certificate Authority (HOL)
    • Certificate Store
  8. vCenter Overview of Capabilities (HOL)
    • Inventories
      • Inventory Lists
      • Hosts and Clusters
      • VMs and Templates
        • VM Templates in Folders
      • Storage
      • Networking
      • Hybrid Cloud
      • vCenter Orchestrator
    • Monitoring
      • Task Console
      • Event Console
      • vCenter Operations Manager
      • Host Profiles
      • VM Storage Policies
      • Customization Specification Manager
      • VM Placement Policies
    • Administration
      • Roles
      • System Configuration
      • Licensing
    • Policies and Profiles
    • Virtual Datacenters
    • Content Libraries
  9. Managing vCenter related to general tasks (HOL)
  10. Troubleshooting vCenter Server and Database
  11. vCenter Appliance (HOL)
    • Migrating to the vCenter Appliance
    • Requirements
    • New Features

 

Chapter 4 – Configuring and Managing a vSwitch

  1. Virtual Switch Types, Connections and Identification
  2. Physical NIC configuration
  3. vSwitch Features (HOL)
    • Port Types (HOL)
    • Cisco Discovery Protocol
    • VLAN’s (HOL)
    • Security Settings (HOL)
    • Traffic Shaping
    • NIC Teaming (HOL)
    • Load Balancing Best Practices
  4. Physical Switch Configuration
  5. Using the CLI to create and manage vSwitches (HOL)

 

Chapter 5 – Configuring and Managing Storage

  1. Storage Overview
    • iSCSI, Fiber Channel and NAS
  2. vStorage API’s
  3. Storage Multipathing (HOL)
  4. Storage Configuration
    • iSCSI, FC and NAS (HOL)
  5. Monitoring Storage (HOL)
  6. Storage CLI Commands (HOL)
  7. Troubleshooting Software iSCSI
  8. Virtual Machine File System (HOL)
  9. vVols
  10. Raw Device Mapping (HOL)
  11. Solid State Disks
  12. Storage Views (HOL)

 

Chapter 6 – Configuring and Managing Virtual Machines

  1. Overview of VM Hardware
    • VMware® Tools (HOL)
  2. Creating a VM (HOL)
  3. Clones (HOL)
  4. Templates (HOL)
  5. Virtual Appliances (HOL)
  6. VMware® Converter (HOL)
  7. Managing the VM (HOL)
  8. Snapshots (HOL)
  9. Troubleshooting the VM

 

Chapter 7 – Configuring and Managing Distributed Switches

  1. DvSwitch Design Concepts
  2. Physical Switch Configuration
  3. DvSwitch Features
    • Standard features (HOL)
      • Port Types
      • Port Groups (HOL)
        • Port Binding
      • Discovery Protocols (HOL)
      • VLAN’s (HOL)
      • Security Settings (HOL)
      • Traffic Shaping
      • NIC Teaming (HOL)
      • Load Balancing
    • Advanced features
      • Network I/O Control (HOL)
      • Port Mirroring
      • NetFlow
      • LACP Support
      • Private VLANs (HOL)
      • Traffic Filtering and Tagging (HOL)
    • Uplink Settings
  4. Migrating from vSwitch’s to a DvSwitch (HOL)
  5. Using the CLI to create and manage a DvSwitch

 

Chapter 8 – vSphere Management

  1. vMotion (HOL)
  2. Storage vMotion (HOL)
  3. vCenter Host Cluster (HOL)
    • Covers all Cluster Features
  4. Distributed Resource Scheduler (HOL)
  5. Using vApps (HOL)
  6. Storage Advanced Features
    • Storage I/O Control (HOL)
    • Storage Clusters and Storage DRS (HOL)
      • Profile Driven Storage (HOL)
    • VMware® Virtual SAN
  7. Advanced vSphere Management
    • Host Profiles (HOL)
    • Linked Mode
    • PowerCLI (HOL)
  8. vSAN

 

Chapter 9 – Backup and Disaster Recovery Implementation and Management

  1. High Availability (HOL)
    • Fault Domain Manager
  2. Virtual Machine Fault Tolerance
  3. Microsoft Clustering
    • How it works
    • Its uses in a vSphere Infrastructure
  4. Backup Solutions
    • vSphere Data Protection (HOL)
    • Third Party Solutions
  5. Disaster Recovery Solutions
    • vCenter Site Recovery Manager
    • Third Party Solutions

 

Chapter 10 – vSphere Upgrading and Patch Management

  1. Why do we worry about patching and upgrading?
  2. Patching the ESXi host (HOL)
    • Stand Alone
    • Using Update Manager (HOL)
  3. Patching Virtual Appliances
  4. Patching Virtual Machines
  5. Planning the Upgrade
  6. Performing the Upgrade

 

Chapter 11 – vSphere Monitoring and Performance (Availability Constraints)

  1. Configuring ESXi resources for best performance (HOL)
    • Understanding the resources such as CPU, Memory and Disk
  2. Configuring the VM for best performance (HOL)
  3. Monitoring the vSphere and vCloud Infrastructure (HOL)
    • vCenter Performance Tab (HOL)
    • esxtop (HOL)
  4. Configuring Alarms (HOL)
  5. Using Resource Pools properly (HOL)
  6. Troubleshooting performance issues
  7. vSphere Logs (HOL)

 

Chapter 12 – vSphere Native Security

  1. ESXi Native Controls
  2. Active Directory Integration (HOL)
    • Managing the Firewall (HOL)
    • Logging
    • Lock Down Mode
    • Acceptance Level
    • Secure Boot Support
    • VMKernel Preventative Controls
    • File System Structure
    • Hardening SSH (HOL)
    • MOB
    • Authentication Proxy
  3. vCenter Native Controls
    • Encrypted vMotion
    • Managed Object Browser
    • NFC SSL
    • Audit Quality Logging
  4. VM Native Controls
    • Security out of the Box
    • Secure Boot Support
    • Advanced Settings
    • VM Encryption
    • VM Sandboxing

 

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