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Designing VMware Infrastructure

Course Summary

This course will teach vSphere administrators how to properly design their vSphere environments to prevent painful performance, application outages, and lost profits for their companies. You'll learn about the key concepts behind vSphere design along with


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    Course Syllabus


    Course Fee:
    USD 29
    ● Getting Started with Designing VMware Infrastructure
        ◦ Get Started
    ● Designing vSphere Environments in the Real World
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Introducing the Role of a vSphere Architect
        ◦ Examining the Components of a vSphere Design
        ◦ Reviewing a vSphere Design
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Understanding vSphere Design Terminology
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Seeing the Need for Design Terminology
        ◦ Understanding Requirements
        ◦ Examining Risks
        ◦ Explaining Assumptions
        ◦ Reviewing Constraints
        ◦ Fitting All These Together
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Determining vSphere Design Factors
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Determining the Design Factors
        ◦ Gathering Information for Requirements
        ◦ Defining Requirements
        ◦ Identifying Risks, Constraints, and Assumptions
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Defining a Logical Design
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Understanding Logical and Physical Designs
        ◦ Comparing Logical and Physical Designs
        ◦ Explaining the Role of a Logical Design
        ◦ Mapping Service Dependencies
        ◦ Examining the Components of a Logical Design
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Defining a Logical Compute Design
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Defining a Logical Compute Design
        ◦ Determining Values to Specify
        ◦ Looking at Example Logical Compute Designs
        ◦ Examining Related Areas
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Creating a Logical Network Design
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Defining a Logical Network Design
        ◦ Deriving the Logical Network Design
        ◦ Describing the Virtual Network Topology
        ◦ Describing the Physical Network Topology
        ◦ Examining Related Areas
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Creating a Logical Storage Design
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Examining a Logical Storage Design
        ◦ Calculating Logical Storage Design Specifications
        ◦ Exploring Related Areas
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Building Security Into the Logical Design
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Reviewing Available Security Solutions
        ◦ Mapping Requirements to Security Solutions
        ◦ Considering Related Areas
        ◦ Examining Design Impact
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Specifying Backup and Availability in the Logical Design
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Examining Backup and Availability Needs
        ◦ Surveying Backup and Availability Solutions
        ◦ Identifying Backup and Availability Requirements
        ◦ Evaluating Solutions Based on Requirements
        ◦ Reviewing Related Areas
        ◦ Analyzing Design Impact
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Designing the Management Layer
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Reviewing Broad Management Strategies
        ◦ Incorporating Security Solutions
        ◦ Incorporating Backup and Availability Solutions
        ◦ Accommodating Other Management Components
        ◦ Identifying Dependencies and Impacts
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Mapping the Logical Design to Actual Solutions
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Reviewing What We've Covered So Far
        ◦ Taking the Next Step in the Design Process
        ◦ Examining How to Map Solutions
        ◦ Selecting Solutions
        ◦ Analyzing for Design Impact
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Creating a Physical Storage Design
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Reviewing the Logical Storage

    Course Type:

    Self-Study

    Course Status:

    Active

    Workload:

    1 - 4 hours / week

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