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Vtguru v mware-v-sphere-administration-training

  1. 1. VTguru 2010 VMware vSphere-4.1 Administration Training This Hands-on-Experience training course, you will explore installation, configuration, and management of VMware vSphere-4.1, which consists of VMware ESX Server and VMware vCenter Server. Troubleshooting guidance, best practices and lab exercises are throughout the course, and upon completion of the course, you can become a VMware Administrator. What Youll Learn  Functionality of VMware vSphere-4.1  Install ESX Server 4.1  Configure ESX Server 4.1 vNetworking and Storage  Install and configure vCenter Server 4.1  Control user access to the VMware infrastructure  Deploy and manage VM’s using vCenter Server  Allocate and monitor virtual machines resources  Ensure high availability of applications  Host Profiles  vCenter Server Linked Mode  ESX/ESXi Active Directory Integration  vApps  vSphere Command-Line Interface  Fault Tolerance  VMware vShield Edge  VMware vShield App  VMware vShield Endpoint  VMware VMsafe  VMkernel Protection  VMDirectPath  DvSwitches Configurations  Network I/O Control  Storage I/O ControlDocument Revision-9.1 VMware GURU JUNE 25th 2011 VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY GURU
  2. 2. VTGURU VMware vSphere-4.1 Administrator training course content PAGE |2 Module 1: Introduction Module 2-0: Virtual Infrastructure Overview What is Virtualization?  Discussion of virtualization and virtual infrastructure A Virtual Machine components How Virtualization Works  Understand the concept of virtualization VMware History Virtualization using a Bare-Metal Hypervisor  Identify the benefits of using a virtual machine ESX Server Architecture  Describe vSphere components  Describe scenarios for using virtualization Module 3-0: ESX-4.1 Host Installation & Configuration Administration Module 4-0: vCenter-4.1 Installation & Configuration Administration Hardware Prerequisites ESX Host Maximums  vCenter Server Overview Configure Boot BIOS  Preparing VC Databases Setup ESXi Installable  Maintaining VC Database Partitioning an x86 Disk  vCenter-4.1 Components Understanding ESX & ESXi 4.1 Virtual &  vCenter-4.1 Architecture Physical Partitions Creation  Hardware and Software Prerequisites LAB 0: Install ESX-4.1 Server on Local Volume  vCenter-4.1 Database Installing ESX & ESXi -4.1 through GUI  VMware License Server (Centralized Licensing) Installing ESX-4.1 through CUI  vCenter-4.1 Server Services Installing ESX & ESXi -4.0 through GUI Installing ESX-4.0 through CUI  VI Client Overview Login ESX Server Physical Console After Install  ESX Server and vCenter-4.0 Communication Accessing ESX through the vSphere Client and  Managing Across Geographies Web Access login  Backup Strategy for vCenter-4.0 Server Upgrading ESX-4.0 to ESX-4.1  vCenter-4.1 Inventory: Multiple DataCenters Set-up ESX Server Configurations  vCenter-4.1 Inventory: Clusters Enable the SSH login for root user  8.0: Install SQL-Native client drivers Enabling VMware-webAccess service  8.1: Configuring ODBC database for VCenter-4.0 Configure VMware-webAccess as a startup  8.2: Install vCenter Server 4.0 service  9.0: Add Host to VCenter-4.0 Inventory Enabling ESXi Console for troubleshooting  9.1: Troubleshooting vCenter Service problems ESX host Open in New window for managing  vCenter 4.0 Log collection individual Configuring Authentication Services Module 4-2: vCenter Server Administration Join ESX host to Domain Select trusted domain if required  vCenter Server Settings Overview Configuring licensing features  vCenter Licensing Date & Time configuration  vCenter Statistics DNS & Routing Configuration  vCenter Runtime settings Configuring ESX Power Management  vCenter Mail alert configuration Module 4-1: Linked Mode Administration  Configure vCenter SNMP traps  vCenter SSL Settings Linked Mode Prerequisites Linked Mode Considerations  Configure vCenter Advanced Settings Joining vCenter Server to member of DC Module 5-1: vSwitch Network Administration Join a Linked Mode Group Isolating vCenter Server from a Linked Mode  Virtual Switch “vSwitch Maximums” Group  Adding & Configuring vSwitch Through VC Linked Mode Troubleshooting  Adding & Configuring vSwitch Through SC  Network Connections http://www.VTguru.com http://www.VTguruonline.com training@VTguru.com +91-40-66770800 / 32567300 / 23736304 / 9393126182
  3. 3. VTGURU VMware vSphere-4.1 Administrator training course content PAGE |3 Module 5-0: Network Administration  Virtual Switch Property: Ports  Virtual Switch Property: Network Adapters Comparison of Physical & Virtual Networking  Port Group Property: VLANs Virtual Networking Components  Virtual Switch and Port Group Policies Understanding Standard & Distributed Virtual  Security Policy Switches  Traffic-Shaping Policy  NIC Teaming Policy Module 5-2: DvSwitch Network  Adding & Configuring NIC Teaming for vSwitch Administration  Adding & Configuring NIC Teaming for Service Consoles DvSwitch Overview  Adding & Configuring NIC Teaming for VM Networks DvSwitch Maximums  Load-Balancing Creating DvSwitch and DvPortGroups  Detecting and Handling Network Failure Configuring a vNetwork Distributed Switch  2.0: Create Virtual Switches Configuring dvPort Groups  2.1: Adding & Configuring NIC Teaming for vSwitch Adding ESX hosts to DvSwitch  2.2: Adding & Configuring NIC Teaming for Service Configuring vNetwork Distributed Switch Consoles Network Adapters  2.3: Load-Balancing Manage virtual adapters  2.4 Configuring vSwitch, Service Console and Manage Physical Adapters VMkernel using these commands Configure VLANs  esxcfg-vswitch, esxcfg-vswif and esxcfg-vmknic Migrating vSwitch Configurations “Service  3.0: Design Networking Console and VMkernels to DvSwitch  3.1: Adding & Configuring vSwitch Through VC Migrating Virtual Machines from vSwitch portgroup to DvPortGroup  3.2: Adding & Configuring vSwitch Through SC Migrating DvSwitch Configurations “Service  3.3: Detecting and Handling Network Failure Console and VMkernels to Standard vSwitch Migrating Virtual Machines from DvSwitch Module 7-0: Virtual Machine Administration PortGroups to Standard vSwitch Module 6-0: Storage Administration  Virtual Machine Overview  Virtual Machine Maximums Storage Overview  Display a Virtual Machines Files using the vSphere Client VMFS Overview  Display a Virtual Machines Files using the webAccess Storage Maximums  Virtual Machine File types How Fiber Channel is used with ESX Server  Virtual Machine Virtual Hardware Addressing SAN LUNs in the VMkernel  Creating Virtual Machine using typical mode Making SAN Storage Available to ESX Server  Creating Virtual Machine using typical custom mode How iSCSI is used with ESX Server  Virtual Machine Console How iSCSI Storage Authenticates the ESX Server  Install Guest Operating System into a Virtual Machine iSCSI Software and Hardware Initiators  Deploying Across DataCenters VMFS  Virtual Appliances Multipathing with Fiber Channel  Move VM Between ESX Servers: Cold Migration Multipathing with iSCSI  Modify Virtual Machine Settings Manage Multiple Paths  10.0: Create a Virtual Machine Volume Grow / Hot VMDK Extend  14.0: Allow Virtual Machine Access to a Raw LUN Service Console Storage  15.0: Accessing Virtual Machines in VCenter-4.0 How NAS/NFS is used with ESX Server  15.1: VMware power operation using vmware-cmd “soft, trysoft and hard” commands Addressing and Access Control with NFS 4.0: iSCSI Storage Module 7-2: Guided Consolidation Administration  4.1: Multipathing with iSCSI 5.0: VMFS Data store  Guided Consolidation Overview 6.0: Extend a VMFS  Guided Consolidation Maximums  6.1: Manage Multiple Paths  Guided Consolidation Prerequisites http://www.VTguru.com http://www.VTguruonline.com training@VTguru.com +91-40-66770800 / 32567300 / 23736304 / 9393126182
  4. 4. VTGURU VMware vSphere-4.1 Administrator training course content PAGE |4  6.2: Addressing and Access Control with NFS  Guided Consolidation Settings  Adding to Analyze Physical Machines Module 7-1: Cloning & Templates Administration  Viewing analysis Results  Converting Physical Hosts to Virtual Machines Clone VM to VM Clone the VM to Template Module 8-0: Cluster Administration Convert the VM to Template  Overview of VMware Clustering Deploy a Virtual Machine from Template  VMware Cluster Components Hot Cloning  VMware Cluster Prerequisites Cold Cloning  Prepare the ESX hosts for clustering Guest Operating System Customization  Understanding VMware Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) Module 7-3: VMware Converter Enterprise  Configure a Virtual Machine Swapfile Location for a Cluster Administration Overview of VMware Converter Enterprise (P2V) Module 8-2: Resource Pool Administration Installing VMware Converter Enterprise  Resource Pool Overview Installing VMware Converter Enterprise Plug-in  Creating Standalone Resource Pool Importing a Physical Machine to Virtual Machine  Managing resource allocations  Manage CPU Reservation & Limitation allocations Module 8-1: Host Profiles Administration  Manage RAM Reservation & Limitation allocations  Manage Storage Reservation & Limitation allocations Host Profile Overview Host Profile Maximums Module 8-4: vApp Configuration & Deployment Creating a Host Profile Administration Editing a Host Profile Attaching the Profile to ESX hosts  vApp Overview Associating & Applying a Host Profile  Create a vApp  Edit vApp Settings Checking for Host Profile compliance  Configuring IP Pools for vApp Applying a Host Profiles  Power On / Off a vApp Exporting/Importing Host Profiles  Export vApp into OVF & OVA formats  Export and deploy vApp Module 8-3: DRS Cluster Administration (Distributed Resource Scheduler) Module 8-5: HA Cluster Administration (High Availability Protection) How Virtual Machines Compete for Resources Creating a Resource Pools  HA Cluster Overview Configuring a Pools Resources  HA Cluster Maximums Move VM Between ESX Servers: VMotion  Creating vSwitch and PortGroups Network for HA Migration  Creating a vCenter High Availability (HA) Cluster How VMotion Works  Adding Hosts to High Availability (HA) Cluster Virtual Machine Requirements for VMotion  Add the LUN 2 and 4 to your first ESX Server. This is shared Host Requirements for VMotion LUNs for your VMs. The second ESX Server should see this What a DRS Cluster Is LUN after performing a rescan Create a DRS Cluster  Viewing High Availability (HA) Cluster Settings Enable or Disable VMware DRS  Modifying High Availability (HA) Cluster Settings Configure Advanced Options  Enable or Disable VMware HA Configure the DRS Automation Level  Configure VMware HA Options Using Affinity Rules  Customize HA for Virtual Machines Managing DRS Groups  Virtual Machine Monitoring Customize DRS for Virtual Machines  Configure VM Monitoring Settings http://www.VTguru.com http://www.VTguruonline.com training@VTguru.com +91-40-66770800 / 32567300 / 23736304 / 9393126182
  5. 5. VTGURU VMware vSphere-4.1 Administrator training course content PAGE |5  Set Cluster Power Management Options  Virtual Machine High Availability  Configure Host Options for the Power  Clustering Inside VMs for High Availability Management Setting  22.0: Using VMware HA  Best Practices for DRS  22.1: Checking HA network failovers  Resource Pools in a DRS Cluster  22.1: Checking HA VM failovers  Delegated Administration Module 9-0: Performance Monitoring Administration  Monitor Cluster Usage  Planned Downtime: Maintenance Mode  Systems for Optimizing VM Resource Use  16.0: Resource Pools on a Standalone Host  Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance  17.0: Migrate Virtual Machines Using vMotion  Performance-Tuning Methodology  18.0: Create a DRS Cluster  Monitoring VM Resource Use with Performance Graphs  19.0: Resource Pools in a DRS Cluster  Tools for Improving VM CPU and Memory Performance  19.1: Checking Resource balancing  Monitoring Using Performance-Based Alarms  VMware vCenter DPM/IPMI  Enabling IPMI  Monitor Virtual Machine Performance  Host-Based and VM-Based Performance Alarms  Enabling Power Management in a Cluster  Checking ESX performance through Service Console Module 8-6: Fault Tolerance Administration  Checking VM performance Statistics through Service Console  Fault Tolerance Overview Module 9-1: Hardware Status Monitoring  How Fault Tolerance Works  Architectural Overview  Fault Tolerance Configuration Requirements  Hardware Status Information  Preparing Your Cluster and Hosts for Fault  Available diagnostic data Tolerance  Enabling/Disabling CIM providers  Preparing Virtual Machine  Turning On Fault Tolerance for Virtual Machines Module 11-0: Security Administration  Failing Primary Fault Tolerance Virtual Machine  Failing Secondary Fault Tolerance Virtual  vSphere Security Overview Machine  vSphere Security Components  Fault Tolerance Best Practices  Checking Secondary Fault Tolerance VM to Module 11-1: Security Profile Administration become Primary Fault Tolerance VM  Troubleshooting Fault Tolerance  Security Profile Overview  Enable & Disable the ESX ServicesModule 10-0: Data Recovery Administration  Allow & Deny incoming & outgoing network traffic  Backup Strategies Module 11-2: Firewall Security Administration  What To Back Up  General Guidelines for Virtual Machine Backups  Firewall Overview  Installing Data Recovery Plug-in  Port Enabling & Disabling for ESX Services  Installing Data Recovery Appliance  Allow & Deny incoming & outgoing network traffic  Configuring DR IP Address Settings Module 13: Alarms Administration  Login to DR through vCenter Server  Creating Storage Destination to store the backups  vSphere Alarms Overview  Creating Schedules for taking VM backups  Configuring Alarms in vCenter level  Restoring Data Backup Images to VMs  Configuring Alarms in Datacenter, Networking level Module 12: vCenter Schedules Administration  Configuring Alarms in Host & Cluster level  Schedules Overview  Configuring Alarms in Data store & VM level  Virtual Machine Schedules Administration  Configuring Alarms actions  Host Schedules Administration  Resource Pool Schedules Administration  Monitoring Current Schedules http://www.VTguru.com http://www.VTguruonline.com training@VTguru.com +91-40-66770800 / 32567300 / 23736304 / 9393126182
  6. 6. VTGURU VMware vSphere-4.1 Administrator training course content PAGE |6 Module 14: Access Control Administration Module 15: Events & Logs Administration Controlling administrator rights  Generating ESX Log bundles for VMware Support Security Model Overview  Generating vSphere vCenter Server Log Bundle Creating and Defining Users and Groups in ESX  Generating vSphere Client Server Log Bundle server and vCenter Server.  Changing vCenter Server log generation Options Creating Roles in Host Connection  Clearing Events & Logs from Database Creating Roles in VC Connection Module 16: Update Manager Administration Creating Roles and checking dependencies  Overview Creating Roles using Privileges  Configure Database for update-manager Assigning Roles to Users and Groups in ESX  Create a 32-Bit DSN on a 64-Bit OS session and vCenter Server session.  Installing Update Manager User sessions Administration  Configuring update manager patch downloads Configuring session authentication time out  Configuring update manager Settings Configure Active Directory list View  Importing Host Upgrade Release Files VCenter-4.0 Security Model  Creating Baselines and Baseline Groups ESX Server Security Model  Attaching Baselines and Baseline GroupsModule 17: vShield Zones Administration  Scanning Selected vSphere Objects  Remediating Selected hosts vShield Zones Overview Module 17-1: vShield App Administration vShield Zones Components Deploying vShield Manager appliance  vShield App Management Configure vShield Manager appliance  View the Current System Status of a vShield App Deploying vShield appliance  Force a vShield App to Synchronize with the vShield Converting vShield to Template Manager Setting up the vShield Manager network and time  Restart a vShield App vShield Manager User Interface Basics  View Traffic Statistics by vShield App Interface Installing vShield using vShield Manager  Flow Monitoring Backing Up vShield Manager Data  View a Specific Application in the Flow Monitoring Charts User Management  Change the Date Range of the Flow Monitoring Charts Uninstall vShield through the vShield Manager  View the Flow Monitoring Report  Add an App Firewall Rule from the Flow Monitoring ReportModule 17-2: vShield Edge Administration  Delete All Recorded Flows  Editing Port Mappings vShield Edge Management  App Firewall Management View the Status of a vShield Edge  Using App Firewall Specify a Remote Syslog Server  Create an App Firewall Rule Managing the vShield Edge Firewall  Create a Layer 2/Layer 3 App Firewall Rule Create a vShield Edge Firewall Rule  Creating and Protecting Security Groups Validate Active Sessions Against Current vShield  Validating Active Sessions against the Current App Firewall Edge Firewall Rules Rules Manage NAT Rules  Revert to a Previous App Firewall Configuration Manage DHCP Service  Delete an App Firewall Rule Manage VPN Service  Using SpoofGuard Manage Load Balancer Service Start or Stop vShield Edge Services Module 18: VMDirectPath AdministrationModule 17-3: vShield Endpoint Administration  Overview of VMDirectPath  available & unavailable features vShield Endpoint Events and Alarms  Enabling DirectPath for VMNIC View vShield Endpoint Status  Assigning physical VMNIC to Virtual Machine Host, SVM and VM Alarms  Enabling DirectPath for USB Events  Assigning physical USB to Virtual Machine Audit Messages http://www.VTguru.com http://www.VTguruonline.com training@VTguru.com +91-40-66770800 / 32567300 / 23736304 / 9393126182
  7. 7. VTGURU VMware vSphere-4.1 Administrator training course content PAGE |7 Additional Administration Activities: -Module 19. OpenFiler VirtualSAN Installation & Configuration i. Installing & Configuring OpenFiler ii. Deploy OpenFiler OVF Template iii. Configuring iSCSi Targets iv. Configuring iSCSI Targets network securityModule 20. EMC2 Navisphere VirtualSAN simulator Installation & Configuration i. Installing Navisphere on WinXP ii. Creating RAID Groups iii. Creating STORAGE Groups iv. Creating LUN’s v. Binding LUN’s to particular hostsModule 21. Cisco Nexus1000v Centralized Networking switch Installation & Configuration i. Overview of Nexus 1000v ii. Nexus 1000v Maximum iii. Deploy Virtual Supervisor Module (VSM) from OVF template iv. VSM and VMware vCenter Integration v. Deploy Virtual Ethernet Module from OVF template vi. VEM-to-VSM Communication vii. Creating Port Profiles for Control, Management and Packet viii. Virtual Ethernet Profiles ix. Live Policy Changes x. Creating Virtual Ethernet Profiles xi. Creating Ethernet or Uplink Profiles xii. System VLANs xiii. Configuring VSM Clustering 1. Standalone, Primary and SecondaryModule 22. vSphere Management Assistant Administration i. Deploy vMA xi. Modifying Scripts ii. Configure vMA at First Boot xii. Shut Down vMA iii. Configure vMA for Active Directory xiii. vifptarget Command for vi‐fastpass Authentication Initialization iv. Configure Unattended Authentication for xiv. vifp Target Management Active Directory Targets Commands v. Troubleshooting Unattended xv. vifp addserver Authentication xvi. vifp removeserver vi. Enable the vi‐user Account xvii. vifp rotatepassword vii. Add Target Servers to vMA xviii. vifp listservers viii. Running vSphere CLI for the Targets xix. vifp reconfigure ix. Reconfigure a Target Server x. Remove Target Servers from vMA http://www.VTguru.com http://www.VTguruonline.com training@VTguru.com +91-40-66770800 / 32567300 / 23736304 / 9393126182
  8. 8. VTGURU VMware vSphere-4.1 Administrator training course content PAGE |8Module 23. VMware ESX/ESXi Host Design Administration i. Number of Hosts ii. Number of Hosts CPUs iii. Number of vCPUs iv. Number of Hosts Memory v. Service Console Memory vi. Service Console SWAP vii. Host Naming and Address viii. Host SecurityModule 24. VMware vSphere Network Design Administration i. Designing switch & portgroup failover ii. Designing hosts networks for VMs iii. Designing hosts networks for NFS iv. Designing hosts networks for iSCSi v. Designing hosts networks for VMotion vi. Designing hosts networks for FT vii. STP viii. Domain Name System Design ix. NIC Teams and Load DistributionModule 25. VMware vSphere Storage Design Administration i. iSCSI, NFS, SAN Storage Benefits ii. NFS Storage Size iii. VMFS Block size iv. Reducing SCSI Storage Latency v. NFS Storage Access vi. iSCSI Access vii. ESX Boot from SAN viii. Thin & Thick VMDKsModule 26. VMware Virtual Machine Design Administration i. Maximizing memory performance ii. Number of Virtual CPUs iii. Multiple Virtual Disks iv. Virtual Disk locations v. Swap file location vi. Virtual NICs vii. Virtual Machine Security viii. Virtual Machine Naming ConversionsModule 27. VMware vSphere Management Design Administration i. Designing hosts Configuration ii. vCenter Server Users & Groups iii. Management Cluster iv. vSphere Client and plug-in v. Statistics Collection Level vi. CDP, CIM and SNMP http://www.VTguru.com http://www.VTguruonline.com training@VTguru.com +91-40-66770800 / 32567300 / 23736304 / 9393126182
  9. 9. VTGURU VMware vSphere-4.1 Administrator training course content PAGE |9 Module 28. VMware vCenter Orchestrator i. Introduction to vCenter Orchestrator ii. Orchestrator System Requirements iii. Hardware Requirements iv. Install vCenter Server and Orchestrator v. Configuring Orchestrator vi. vCenter Server Setup vii. Directory Services Setup viii. Orchestrator Database Setup ix. BackUp Orchestrator Configuration Data x. Back Up Modified and Custom Orchestrator ElementsThis course specially designed for vSphere Master Administration Total duration of the course: - 20Working days Duration of the course per day: - 3Hourse Course fee: - 17000Rs (INR) *** service tax will be extra *** If Need Additional Practice LAB is Open from 10AM to 10PM Online Training Fee details: - Course fee: - 20000Rs (INR) *** service tax will be extra ***If you’re looking for VMware VCP Certification please go through the below URL’s URL-1 VMware Authorized Training Centers URL-2 VMware Authorized Training Centers Terms & Conditions 1. Additional Administration Tasks will be covered on weekends only. 2. Online LAB Access will be provided 24/7 for 30day’s as per additional payment. 3. The course content can be changed as per the technology without prior notice. 4. The above content Copyright © 2011 Slice. All rights reserved by VTGURU. http://www.VTguru.com http://www.VTguruonline.com training@VTguru.com +91-40-66770800 / 32567300 / 23736304 / 9393126182

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