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VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 2 - vCenter, Alarms and Templates

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VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 2 - vCenter, Alarms and Templates


Год выпуска: 2016
Производитель: udemy
Сайт производителя: www.udemy.com
АвторLarry Karnis
Продолжительность8 час
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Язык: Английский
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VMware vSphere 6.0 is the platform businesses depend on to deploy, manage and run their virtualized Windows and Linux workloads.
In this course you will learn how to add vCenter management services to your stand alone ESXi environment. Once you have vCenter working, we will show you how to rapidly deploy new VMs via Templates and Clones, how to control vCenter access with Permissions, how to monitor your inventory with Alarms and how to migrate workloads into your new vSphere environment with VMware vCenter Converter.
Learn vCenter and Core vCenter Features
This course covers five major topics that all vSphere 6 vCenter administrators must know:
First, we start by learning how to install and configure vCenter including vCenter for Windows and vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA). From there, learn how to create vCenter's inventory hierarchy, how to join vCenter to an Active Directory domain, how to import an ESXi host into vCenter management, how to connect to and use Web Client. We will also learn how to access VM consoles using both the VMware Remote Console application and the Web Client Console.
vCenter enables rapid, effective VM deployment using both Templates and Clones. We will see how to perform cold/hot VM cloning to make a one-time copies of VMs. We will then see how to create Template VMs - which are used for rapid copy-and-customize VM deployments. We will look at vCenter's Guest OS Customization Wizard and use it to easily establish new Name and Network properties for our rapidly deployed VMs.
Next,we will learn how to manage access and Permissions on both standalone ESXi hosts and in vCenter managed environments.
vCenter has extensive ESXi host, Storage, VM and Cluster monitoring capabilities. We will learn how to use vCenter Alarms to identify exactly the inventory objects we wish to monitor, what conditions we need to check and what actions we want vCenter to take when exceptional circumstances are detected.
In the final chapter of this course, we will learn how to install and use VMware vCenter Converter. Converter is a workload migration and consolidation tool that lets you migrate Windows or Linux workloads from source physical or foreign virtual machines (e.g. Hyper-V or XenServer) to ESXi Virtual Machines.
The skills you will acquire in this course will help make you a more effective vSphere 6 administrator.
 
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Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1
VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 2 – vCenter, Alarms and Templates
Preview
00:14
Lecture 2
VMware vSphere 6
Preview
00:33
Lecture 3
Course Goals and Objectives
Preview
00:53
Lecture 4
Course Goals and Objectives (continued)
Preview
01:23
Lecture 5
Presented By
Preview
00:47
Lecture 6
Should You Take This Course?
Preview
00:42
Lecture 7
Let's Get Started!
Preview
00:13
Section 2: Install and Configure vCenter Server
Lecture 8
vCenter Server
Preview
00:09
Lecture 9
Project Plan
Preview
00:40
Lecture 10
Central Management with vCenter
Preview
00:37
Lecture 11
vCenter is a Management Proxy
Preview
01:57
Lecture 12
vCenter Lab – Part 1 Only
Preview
01:55
Lecture 13
vCenter for Windows
Preview
02:10
Lecture 14
vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA)
Preview
03:13
Lecture 15
vCenter for Windows vs. vCSA
Preview
05:12
Lecture 16
Single Sign On Service
Preview
03:46
Lecture 17
vCenter Simple Install
Preview
02:30
Lecture 18
vCenter for Windows Databases
Preview
04:20
Lecture 19
Microsoft SQL Server
04:35
Lecture 20
Database Size Estimator
07:23
Lecture 21
Windows vCenter Installer App
00:56
Lecture 22
Installing vCenter Server Appliance
03:29
Lecture 23
Activate the Client Integration Plug-in
03:01
Lecture 24
vCSA Ready to Start the Install
00:54
Lecture 25
Select target ESXi 6.0 host
01:29
Lecture 26
Set vCSA Password
01:17
Lecture 27
Platform Service Controller (PSC)
02:26
Lecture 28
Embedded / External PSC
04:58
Lecture 29
Set SSO Password, Domain
03:31
Lecture 30
Select vCSA Installation Size
03:36
Lecture 31
Set vCSA Target Datastore
02:00
Lecture 32
Set vCSA Target Datastore
02:18
Lecture 33
Ready to Deploy vCSA
01:29
Lecture 34
Ready to Deploy vCSA
02:11
Lecture 35
vCenter Lab – Parts 1, 2 Only
01:53
Lecture 36
Log in to vCSA using Web Client
01:36
Lecture 37
Add vCSA to Active Directory
03:15
Lecture 38
Add vCSA to Active Directory
01:21
Lecture 39
Update Single Sign-on
01:44
Lecture 40
Grant Admin Rights to Domain Accounts
03:25
Lecture 41
Don't Bypass vCenter
05:26
Lecture 42
Home View in vSphere Client
02:08
Lecture 43
Home View in Web Client
02:51
Lecture 44
Organizing Inventory
02:14
Lecture 45
Folders Organize Datacenters
02:51
Lecture 46
Folders in Datacenters
01:55
Lecture 47
ESXi Host Managed by vCenter
02:25
Lecture 48
vCenter Sessions
02:37
Lecture 49
vCenter Task Scheduler
01:57
Lecture 50
Task Console
01:46
Lecture 51
Events Console
02:19
Lecture 52
Web Access Remote Console
01:43
Lecture 53
Remote Console Menu Items
01:07
Lecture 54
Review / Edit Virtual Hardware
02:36
Lecture 55
VM Actions Menu
02:15
Lecture 56
vSphere C# Client – Use Cases
02:10
Lecture 57
Functions Only in Web Client
01:32
Lecture 58
vCenter Maximums
01:09
Lecture 59
vCSA Changes from vSphere 5.5
02:18
Lecture 60
VMware Certificate Authority
02:23
Lecture 61
VMCA Options
04:19
Lecture 62
Custom Certificate Management
01:34
Lecture 63
vCSA Management Interface
02:27
Lecture 64
Best Practices
02:02
Lecture 65
vCenter Lab - Parts 3, 4 and 5
01:47
Lecture 66
Review & Questions
01:15
Section 3: Rapid VM Deployment using Templates and Clones
Lecture 67
Templates, Clones
00:11
Lecture 68
Project Plan
02:00
Lecture 69
VM Rapid Deployment
00:51
Lecture 70
Template Theory
02:09
Lecture 71
Template Benefits
05:01
Lecture 72
Templates
03:32
Lecture 73
Disk Formats
03:37
Lecture 74
Thick Disk Use Cases
04:05
Lecture 75
Thin Disk Use Cases
03:48
Lecture 76
Select Target VM Disk Format
05:06
Lecture 77
Creating a New Template
04:14
Lecture 78
Template Properties
02:12
Lecture 79
Templates in Hosts and Clusters
02:26
Lecture 80
Deploy VM From Template
01:20
Lecture 81
Clone a VM
03:56
Lecture 82
Clone a Template
02:49
Lecture 83
Template Maintenance
01:44
Lecture 84
Windows VM Customization
04:09
Lecture 85
Legacy Windows Customization
02:19
Lecture 86
Enable SSH on vCSA Appliance
01:45
Lecture 87
Enable PI Shell on vCSA
02:55
Lecture 88
Upload Sysprep Files to vCSA
04:02
Lecture 89
Non-Windows OS Customization
02:06
Lecture 90
Pre-Built Virtual Machines
01:43
Lecture 91
Virtual Appliance Examples
01:18
Lecture 92
Virtual Appliance Pros
02:20
Lecture 93
Virtual Appliance Cons
02:12
Lecture 94
Import Virtual Machines
02:49
Lecture 95
Export OVF Template
03:43
Lecture 96
Change VM vCPU Cores / Sockets
03:07
Lecture 97
Multi-core vCPUs Best Practice
04:47
Lecture 98
vCPUs Core Maxims
02:20
Lecture 99
pCPU to vCPU H/W Virtualization
03:25
Lecture 100
Hot Plug Hardware OS Support
03:15
Lecture 101
Hot Plug CPU/Memory
01:29
Lecture 102
Hotplugging vCPUs
02:29
Lecture 103
Hot Plug vCPU Use Cases
02:24
Lecture 104
Hot Plug Memory Use Cases
01:29
Lecture 105
Hot Plug RAM Strategy
03:34
Lecture 106
Dynamically Add Memory
01:20
Lecture 107
VM 2D / 3D Video Support
04:25
Lecture 108
Windows 7 Basic 3D Video
01:22
Lecture 109
Hardware 3D Video
03:51
Lecture 110
All VMs Support Simple Changes
03:16
Lecture 111
Add Virtual Hardware
01:58
Lecture 112
Virtual Machine Options
01:23
Lecture 113
Virtual Machine Resources
03:08
Lecture 114
Hot Add Virtual Disk
03:16
Lecture 115
Raw Device Map (RDM)
03:44
Lecture 116
After Hot Add - Rescan Disks
01:14
Lecture 117
What's New in vSphere 6.0
01:25
Lecture 118
Work with VMs Lab
01:59
Lecture 119
Review & Questions
01:49
Section 4: vCenter and ESXi Permissions
Lecture 120
ESXi / vSphere Security& Permission Model
00:12
Lecture 121
Security & Permission Model
01:09
Lecture 122
Project Plan
01:08
Lecture 123
Privileges and Roles
02:58
Lecture 124
Permissions - Roles
02:58
Lecture 125
Overview of Stock Roles
05:20
Lecture 126
Permissions – Users / Groups
03:59
Lecture 127
Assigned Permissions
01:43
Lecture 128
Determining Permissions
03:08
Lecture 129
Assign Users/Groups to a Role
02:21
Lecture 130
Local, Domain, SSO Users, Groups
03:18
Lecture 131
Role Assignments
01:45
Lecture 132
Working with Roles
00:44
Lecture 133
Editing a Role
03:23
Lecture 134
Permission Examples - 1
02:33
Lecture 135
Permission Example 2
01:43
Lecture 136
Permission Example 3
02:02
Lecture 137
vCenter Users, Groups
02:14
Lecture 138
No Access Role
03:23
Lecture 139
Checking Item Permissions
03:57
Lecture 140
View vCenter Base Permissions
02:07
Lecture 141
Permissions Best Practice
02:02
Lecture 142
Local ESXi Users
02:11
Lecture 143
View ESXi Permissions
02:42
Lecture 144
Permission Best Practices
01:35
Lecture 145
Permissions Lab
01:27
Lecture 146
Review & Questions
01:18
Section 5: Infrastructure Monitoring with vCenter Alarms
Lecture 147
Virtual InfrastructureMonitoring withvCenter Alarms
00:11
Lecture 148
vCenter Alarms
01:29
Lecture 149
ESXi Host Alarms
03:30
Lecture 150
Add Alarm
01:18
Lecture 151
Create a Custom Alarm
02:23
Lecture 152
ESXi Host Alarm Triggers
03:16
Lecture 153
Datastore Alarm Triggers
01:16
Lecture 154
Virtual Machine Alarm Triggers
02:10
Lecture 155
Configure VM Alarm Actions
03:48
Lecture 156
vCenter Triggered Alarms
02:09
Lecture 157
Default Alarm Definitions
04:20
Lecture 158
Set Local Mail Server Properties
02:08
Lecture 159
Set SNMP Receivers Properties
02:56
Lecture 160
Updated SNMP Settings
01:47
Lecture 161
Change Custom Alarms
03:16
Lecture 162
Working with Active Alarms
02:40
Lecture 163
Working with Object Alarms
01:16
Lecture 164
Alarm Best Practices
03:02
Lecture 165
Alarm Targets
01:00
Lecture 166
Alarms Worth Considering
01:38
Lecture 167
Alarms Lab
01:53
Lecture 168
Review & Questions
01:12
Section 6: Physical to Virtual Migration with vSphere Converters
Lecture 169
Workload Migration with VMware vCenter Converter Standalone
00:13
Lecture 170
vCenter Converter
02:09
Lecture 171
Converter Import Source Options
02:38
Lecture 172
Converter VM Target Options
01:43
Lecture 173
Project Plan
02:31
Lecture 174
Supported Operating Systems
01:29
Lecture 175
What's New in Converter 5.5.3
02:17
Lecture 176
Clone & Update Disks
02:57
Lecture 177
Install and Enable Converter
01:46
Lecture 178
Converter Steps
02:08
Lecture 179
Prepare for Conversion
02:07
Lecture 180
Launch Converter Enterprise
03:28
Lecture 181
Profile The Source Machine
01:55
Lecture 182
Specify Conversion Target
01:10
Lecture 183
Specify New VM Location
01:25
Lecture 184
Specify Host, Datastore
02:37
Lecture 185
Set Target VM Properties
01:28
Lecture 186
Clone Source Machine Disk(s)
05:01
Lecture 187
Resize Target VM Disk
06:57
Lecture 188
Copying Disk Volumes
03:19
Lecture 189
Synchronize Changes
02:03
Lecture 190
Post Conversion Tasks
02:17
Lecture 191
Create the New Virtual Machine
01:55
Lecture 192
VM Reconfiguration
01:11
Lecture 193
Guest OS Customization
02:31
Lecture 194
Converter Housekeeping
00:46
Lecture 195
New VM Housekeeping
03:04
Lecture 196
Converter Caveats
04:49
Lecture 197
Conversion in Progress
01:17
Lecture 198
Trouble Spots
01:38
Lecture 199
Converter Best Practices
02:20
Lecture 200
vCenter Converter Lab
01:30
Lecture 201
Review & Questions
01:56
Section 7: Bonus Lecture
Lecture 202
Introduction
Preview
00:07
Lecture 203
Summary
Preview
02:38
Lecture 204
Course Books and Practice Labs
Preview
02:27
Lecture 205
Future vSphere Courses
Preview
02:17
Lecture 206
Business Services
Preview
01:42
Lecture 207
Presented by Larry Karnis
Preview
01:01
Lecture 208
Thank You!
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