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This five-day course provides hands-on training to equip students with a range of skills: from performing routine VMware vSphere® 7 administrative tasks to complex vSphere operations and configurations. Through lab-based activities, students are immersed in real-life situations faced by VMBeans, a fictitious company.  These situations expose students to real-life scenarios faced by companies that are building and scaling their virtual infrastructure.

This course uses scenario-based lab exercises and does not provide guided step-by-step instructions. To complete the scenario-based lab exercises, you are required to analyze the task, research, and deduce the required solution. References and suggested documentation are provided.

Approximately 90% of the class is application-focused and taught through labs.  The course aligns fully with the VMware Certified Advanced Professional – Data Center Virtualization Deploy exam objectives.

Product Alignment
•  VMware ESXi™ 7
•  VMware vCenter Server 7


By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
•  Enable cluster features and configure vSphere storage and networking
•  Use host profiles to automate host configurations
•  Use Cluster Quickstart to create a VMware vSAN™ enabled cluster
•  Configure the VMware vCenter Server® identity provider
•  Troubleshoot host connectivity and storage connectivity
•  Perform lifecycle operations on vSphere components
•  Implement security hardening guidelines to vSphere and virtual machines

Grupa docelowa:

•  System administrators
•  System enginee


Szkolenie realizowane jest przy współpracy z naszym Partnerem - firmą szkoleniową Arrow ECS Sp. z o.o.,

Czas trwania: 5 Dni


This course requires the following prerequisites:
•  Completion of VMware vSphere: Optimize and Scale [V7] course
•  VMware Certified Professional – Data Center Virtualization (VCP-DCV) certification
•  System administration experience on Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systems


  1. Course Introduction
    • Introductions and course logistics
    • Course objectives
    • Introduction to fictitious company: VMBeans
  2. Creating and Configuring Management Clusters
    • Enable cluster features that help to improve resource allocation and availability of virtual machines
    • Use standard virtual switches to create networking in a cluster
    • Recognize when to use VMware vSphere® vMotion®
    • Recognize requirements for using iSCSI
    • Identify the purpose of iSCSI multipathing
    • Select the appropriate vSphere storage types to meet requirements
    • Recognize when to configure ESXi NTP support
    • Recognize ESXi user account best practices
    • Configure ESXi host settings
    • Use host profiles appropriately
  3. Creating and Configuring Productions Clusters
    • Use Cluster Quickstart to create a vSAN enabled cluster
    • Configure advanced vSphere HA settings
    • Recognize the benefits of Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
    • Configure the vCenter Server identity provider
    • Assign specific permissions and roles to ADFS users
    • Recognize how Enhanced vMotion Compatibility benefits VM mobility
    • Perform a Cross vCenter Server Migration
    • Use content libraries to share virtual machine templates between sites
  4. Troubleshooting vSphere and Backing Up Configurations
    • Troubleshoot ESXi connectivity issues
    • Troubleshoot iSCSI storage issues
    • Troubleshoot vSphere cluster resources
    • Troubleshoot VMware PowerCLI™ issues
    • Back up vCenter Server
  5. Lifecycle Management
    • Troubleshoot upgrade-blocking issues
    • Increase logging levels on vCenter Server
    • Configure a VMware Tools™ shared repository
    • Upgrade vCenter Server
    • Upgrade ESXi
    • Upgrade VMware Tools
    • Upgrade Virtual Machine Compatibility
    • Work with VM placement rules
  6. vSphere Security
    • Manage advanced virtual machine configurations
    • Configure a key management server
    • Encrypt virtual machines using vSphere VM encryption
    • Secure VMs in transit with encrypted vSphere vMotion
    • Identify and implement different ESXi CPU scheduler options
    • Apply security hardening guidelines to ESXi hosts
    • Replace vCenter Server certificates with trusted CA-signed certificates
    • Deploy a new vCenter Server instance
    • Reconfigure the primary network identifier for vCenter Server