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VMware Training in Chennai

Learn how to use VMware from beginner level to advanced techniques which is taught by experienced working professionals. With our VMware Training in Chennai you’ll learn concepts in expert level with practical manner.

Virtualization is booming nowadays with more companies are opting for virtual technologies; this is mainly because of the companies looking for reliability, stability and performance with less CTC (cost effective)

Brief introduction about VMware

VMware designed Virtualization concept and developed in the year 2003 and started with a small virtualization product, now currently VMware has more than 15 products in the every platform (Windows & MAC) with over 70% of the companies are using this product in their Datacenters

Why VMWARE?

There is lot of competitors for Virtualization technologies like Citrix, KVM, Hyper-V, However VMware is the top among the competitors because of its unique features and performance. VMware products are been used by some of the giants companies in US. Like, US Federal Government, Navy etc..

  • Some of the VMware Products
  • Vsphere 5.1
  • SRM
  • VMware fusion
  • Vcloud Director
  • VMware workstation

As you know that more than 70% of the companies are using VMware products, which in turn demand on more VMware Administrators and as the demand grows every companies are looking for VMware certifications. Hence our institute is providing unique structure of class room training with real time scenario’s and best practices

We have created a unique Vapps in our private cloud environment which makes feel in anyone in the world as if they are working in the real time environment

We have trainers who have experience in VMware technologies for 7 yrs and been providing corporate training. They have in depth knowledge in implementation of the VMware design and advance troubleshooting in virtualization. They also do provide L3 support assistance for one our reputed clients.

Course Name VMware
Category Cloud Computing
Venue Greens Technologies
Official URL VMware Training
Demo Classes At Your Convenience
Training Methodology 10% Theory & 90% Practical
Course Duration 30-40 Hours
Class Availability Weekdays & Weekends
For Demo Class Email ID - contact@greenstechnologys.com

VMware Course Syllabus

Installing VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces

  • Introduction on VMware Vsphere
  • Features of VMware Vsphere
  • Comparsion between VMware Vsphere 5.1 and Vsphere 4.1
  • Install the vSphere Client

Configuring VMware ESXi

  • Task 1: Connect to an ESXi host with the vSphere Client
  • Task 2: View host hardware configuration
  • Task 3: Configure DNS and routing information for an ESXi host
  • Task 4: Configure an ESXi host as an NTP client
  • Task 5: Configure an ESXi host to use directory services

Working with Virtual Machines

  • Task 1: Create a virtual machine
  • Task 2: Install a guest operating system in a virtual machine
  • Task 3: Identify a virtual machine’s disk format and usage statistics
  • Task 4: Install VMware Tools on a virtual machine installed with a Windows operating system
  • Task 5: Prepare your virtual machine for upcoming labs

Configuring the vCenter Server Appliance

  • Task 1: Configure the VCVA for first use
  • Task 2: Install vSphere license keys
  • Task 3: Create a vCenter Server inventory datacenter object
  • Task 4: Create vCenter Server inventory folder objects
  • Task 5: Add your ESXi host to the vCenter Server inventory
  • Task 6: Configure the vCenter server appliance to use directory services
  • Task 7: Use the vSphere Web Client to log in to the vCenter Server Appliance

Standard Virtual Switches

  • Task 1: View the current standard virtual switch configuration
  • Task 2: Create a standard virtual switch with a virtual machine port group
  • Task 3: Attach your virtual machine to a virtual switch port group

Accessing iSCSI Storage

  • Task 1: Add a VMkernel port group to a standard virtual switch
  • Task 2: Configure the iSCSI software adapter

Accessing IP Storage

  • Task 1: Configure access to NFS datastores
  • Task 2: View iSCSI and NFS storage information

Managing VMware vSphere VMFS

  • Task 1: Review your shared storage configuration
  • Task 2: Change the name of a VMFS datastore
  • Task 3: Create a VMFS datastore
  • Task 4: Expand a VMFS datastore to consume unused space on a LUN
  • Task 5: Remove a VMFS datastore
  • Task 6: Extend a VMFS datastore

Using Templates and Clones

  • Task 1: Copy Sysprep files to the vCenter Server appliance
  • Task 2: Create a template
  • Task 3: Create customization specifications
  • Task 4: Deploy a virtual machine from a template
  • Task 5: Clone a virtual machine that is powered on

Modifying a Virtual Machine

  • Task 1: Increase the size of a VMDK file
  • Task 2: Adjust memory allocation on a virtual machine
  • Task 4: Add a raw LUN to a virtual machine and verify that the guest operating system can see it
  • Task 3: Rename a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory
  • Task 5: Expand a thin-provisioned virtual disk

Migrating Virtual Machines

  • Task 1: Configure vCenter Server to manage multiple ESXi hosts
  • Task 2: Migrate virtual machine files with Storage vMotion
  • Task 3: Create a virtual switch and a VMkernel port group for vMotion migration
  • Task 4: Verify that your ESXi host meets vMotion requirements
  • Task 5: Verify that your virtual machines meet vMotion requirements
  • Task 6: Perform a vMotion migration of a virtual machine on a shared datastore
  • Task 7: Prepare for the next lab

Managing Virtual Machines

  • Task 1: Unregister a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory
  • Task 2: Register a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory
  • Task 3: Unregister and delete virtual machines from disk
  • Task 4: Take snapshots of a virtual machine
  • Task 5: Revert to a snapshot
  • Task 6: Delete an individual snapshot
  • Task 7: Use the Delete All function in Snapshot Manager

Managing vApps

  • Task 1: Create a vApp
  • Task 2: Power on a vApp
  • Task 3: Remove a vApp

Access Control

  • Task 1: Try to log in directly to the ESXi host
  • Task 2: Grant nonadministrator access to a user
  • Task 3: Explore the ESX Admins AD group

User Permissions

  • Task 1: Create a custom role in vCenter Server
  • Task 2: Assign permissions on vCenter Server inventory objects
  • Task 3: Verify permission usability

Resource Pools

  • Task 1: Create CPU contention
  • Task 2: Create a resource pool named Fin-Test
  • Task 3: Create a Resource Pool named Fin-Prod
  • Task 4: Verify resource pool functionality

Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance

  • Task 1: Create CPU activity
  • Task 2: Use vCenter Server to monitor CPU utilization
  • Task 3: Undo changes made to your virtual machines

Using Alarms

  • Task 1: Create a virtual machine alarm that monitors for a condition
  • Task 2: Create a Virtual Machine Alarm that monitors for an event
  • Task 3: Trigger virtual machine alarms and acknowledge them
  • Task 4: Disable virtual machine alarms

Using vSphere High Availability

  • Task 1: Create a cluster enabled for vSphere HA
  • Task 2: Add your ESXi host to a cluster
  • Task 3: Test vSphere HA functionality
  • Task 4: Determine vSphere HA cluster resource usage
  • Task 5: Manage vSphere HA slot size
  • Task 6: Configure a vSphere HA cluster with strict admission control
  • Task 7: Prepare for upcoming labs

Configuring VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance

  • Task 1: Prepare the virtual machine
  • Task 2: Enable Fault Tolerance logging
  • Task 3: Activate Fault Tolerance
  • Task 4: Test Fault Tolerance
  • Task 5: Disable Fault Tolerance

vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler

  • Task 1: Create load imbalance
  • Task 2: Create a DRS cluster
  • Task 3: Verify proper DRS cluster functionality
  • Task 4: Create, test, and disable an affinity rule
  • Task 5: Create, test, and disable an anti-affinity rule
  • Task 6: Create, test, and disable a virtual machine to host affinity rule

VMware vSphere Update Manager

  • Task 1: Install Update Manager
  • Task 2: Install the Update Manager plug-in into the vSphere Client
  • Task 3: Modify cluster settings
  • Task 4: Configure Update Manager
  • Task 5: Create a patch baseline
  • Task 6: Attach a baseline and scan for updates
  • Task 7: Stage patches onto ESXi hosts
  • Task 8: Remediate the ESXi hosts

Installing VMware vCenter Server

  • Task 1: Install vCenter Server

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