Curso gratuito Fundamentos de VMware vSphere v6.0 a v6.5

El curso resalta las nuevas características y mejoras de vSphere 6.5. Presenta tambien casos prácticos que describen las nuevas funcionalidades que se pueden necesitar.

VMware vSphere: What’s New Fundamentals [V6.0 to V6.5]

– Format: Self-Paced
– Length: 1.5 Hours
Welcome to the vSphere 6.5 What’s New Fundamentals course.
This course highlights the new features and enhancements in vSphere 6.5. It also presents use cases that describe how the new features align with customer needs.
This course begins by discussing VMware vCenter® and VMware vSphere® administration. To simplify what’s new in vSphere 6.5, we can break the advancements down into three primary categories under vSphere and vCenter server administration.
•  First, we have dramatically simplified the administrator’s experience which makes IT more efficient than ever before.
•  Second, we have added comprehensive built-in security into vSphere 6.5 to secure your entire data center.
•  And the third is that it provides a universal application platform giving you the ability to run any application, anywhere.

Objectives: At the end of this course, you should be able to:

–  Explain the important functional and architectural changes in vSphere 6.5
–  Identify high-level capabilities that arise from the functional changes
–  Identify new use cases that are now feasible with vSphere 6.5
–  Outline the new features in related software-defined data center products that are now enabled with vSphere 6.5 enhancements

Outline: 1.  Course Overview
–  VMware vSphere® 6.5: What’s New Fundamentals [V6 to V6.5]
–  Course Objectives
–  Course Outline
–  Release Highlights: What’s New in vSphere 6.52.  VMware vCenter Server
–  Module Introduction
–  Module Objectives
–  vCenter Server Appliance: Exclusive New Features
–  VCSA Deployment
–  VCSA Migration: vSphere 6.5
–  Improved Appliance Management
–  Native vCenter Server Appliance Backup and Restore
–  vCenter High Availability
–  vSphere Management Interfaces
–  vSphere Client
–  Use Cases
–  Review of Module Objectives

3.  Security
–  Module Introduction
–  Module Objectives
–  Deliver Comprehensive Built-In Security
–  Virtual Machine Encryption
–  Encrypted vMotion
–  New Role: No Cryptography Administrator
–  Customer-Provided Tenant Virtual Machine Keys
–  Virtual Machine Secure Boot
–  Secure Boot Support for ESXi Hypervisor
–  Enhanced Logging/Actionable Logging
–  Use Cases
–  Review of Module Objectives

4.  vSphere 6.5 Host Lifecycle Management Enhancements
–  Module Introduction
–  Module Objectives
–  vSphere 6.5 Host Lifecycle Management Enhancements
–  vSphere Update Manager Improvements in vSphere 6.5
–  Enhancements to Host Profiles in vSphere 6.5
–  Auto-Deploy Enhancements
–  Use Cases
–  Review of Module Objectives

5.  vSphere 6.5 Operations
–  Module Introduction
–  Module Objectives
–  vRealize Operations: New Home Dashboard
–  Capacity Overview Dashboard
–  VM Troubleshooting Dashboard
–  Workload Utilization Dashboard
–  Additional Improvements
–  Log Insight Alert Enhancements
–  Log Insight: Additional Improvements
–  Use Cases
–  Review of Module Objectives

6.  Resource Management and Availability Enhancements
–  Module Introduction
–  Module Objectives
–  Predictive DRS
–  How Predictive DRS Works
–  A Closer Look at Predictive DRS
–  Network Aware DRS
–  Simplified HA Admission Control
–  vSphere Restart Priorities
–  vSphere HA Orchestrated Restart
–  Quarantine Mode
–  Proactive HA
–  Use Cases
–  Review of Module Objectives

7.  vSphere 6.5 Networking and Storage Enhancements
–  Module Introduction
–  Module Objectives
–  Networking Enhancements in vSphere 6.5
–  Storage Enhancements in vSphere 6.5
–  Review of Module Objectives

8.  vSphere Integrated Containers
–  Module Introduction
–  Module Objectives
–  vSphere Integrated Containers
–  vSphere Integrated Containers: Framework
–  A Closer Look at vSphere Integrated Containers
–  vSphere Integrated Containers Operating Model
–  vSphere Integrated Containers Administration
–  vSphere Integrated Containers – User Experience
–  Harbor – Private Container Registry
–  Admiral – Container Management Portal
–  Admiral – Container Provisioning for Templates
–  Use Cases
–  Review of Module Objectives

Alex Millà