VMware虚拟化技术培训强化营(VMware vSphere 5.5 with ESXi and vCenter – Boot Camp)


This powerful class is an intensive introduction to VMware vSphereTM 5.5 including VMware ESXTM 5.5 and vCenterTM. Assuming no prior virtualization experience, this class starts with the basics and rapidly progresses to advanced topics. 40+% of class time is devoted to labs so concepts, skills and best practices are developed and reinforced. Labs start with installation and configuration of stand-alone ESXi servers and progress to shared storage, networking and centralized management. The class continues to advanced topics including resource balancing, high availability, power management, back up and recovery, performance, vCenter redundancy, VM redundancy. Disaster recovery, rapid deployment, hot migration and workload consolidation are also covered. This class is unique in its approach; which is to identify and eliminate common IT pain points and then to use virtualization to deliver clear, tangible benefits. Each topic is presented from the perspective of delivering key business value; not just the technical or mechanical aspects of the software. By the end of the class, attendees will have learned the benefits, skills, and best practices of virtualization. Attendees will be able to design, implement, deploy, configure, monitor, manage and troubleshoot VMware vSphere 5.5.

System Architects, security specialists, analysts, back-up and storage administrators.

Attendees should have user, operator or administrator experience on common operating systems such as Microsoft Windows®, LinuxTM, UNIXTM, etc. Experience installing, configuring and managing operating systems, storage systems and or networks is useful but not required. All attendees should have a basic familiarity with PC server hardware, disk partitioning, IP addressing, O/S installation, networking, etc.

1. Introduction to vSphere 5.5
VMware vSphere
Problems and Opportunities Server Resource Utilization Server Consolidation Datacenter Issues
OS, Application Imaging Back Up & Recovery
Server Refresh
Windows Server 2012 Disaster Recovery
Test, Development & QA
IT Technical Career Benefits Virtualization Over Time VMware vSphere 5.5 Editions vSphere Acceleration Kits
Single Host Deployment Multiple ESXi w. Shared Storage vSphere Private Cloud
Private Cloud Computing Storage, Server, Network Cloud What’s New in vSphere 5.1/5.5
1.1 Introduction Supplement
Desktop Virtualization
View Features Beyond VDI View Architecture
Desktop Capabilities, Challenges and Licensing
Windows Server as a Desktop
W2k8 Workstation How-To
2. VMware ESXi
Scalable ESXi Deployment Installing ESXi
ESXi Boot Screen
Performing an In-Place Upgrade Hardware Virtualization Assist ESXi 5.5 DCUI
Configure Management Network Network Adapter Details IPV4/IPV6 Configuration Network Changes
ESXi Ready for Service Alt-F12 VMkernel Log Entries Login with vSphere Client vSphere Client>ESXi Host Joining ESXi to an AD Domain Licensed Features
3. Virtual Networking
Virtual Hardware
Virtual and Physical Networking Teamed Networking
vNetwork Switces
Standard vSwitches
Distributed vSwitches
Physical and Virtual Networking Multi-homed Networking vSwitch Properties
ESXi Physical NICs
vSwitch Rules
Network Attached Storage / Network File System
NAS Protocols
Defining NFS Shares on Linux NFS Share in Storage Roster Unmounting an NFS Share Troubleshooting NFS
NFS Perfomance & Reliability
5. Virtual Machines
Virtual Machines & Hardware Creating Virtual Machines Datastore Browser
New Virtual Machine Wizard Multicore vCPUs
VM Wizard Memory, Disk
VMware Paravirtual Controller Virtual Disk Snapshots Complete the Virtual Machine Install Guest OS
VMware Tools
USXi 5.0 Supports USB Windows Performance Tips Supported Guest OS
6. vCenter Server
Central Management w. vCenter vCenter for Windows
vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) VMware SignOn
vCenter Deployment Inventory Service
MS SQL Server
Install vCenter for Windows vCSA First-time Boot Configuring
Don’t Bypass vCenter Organizing Inventory Resource Maps
Adding Licenses to vCenter vSphere C#, Web Clients Web Access Remote Console Add SSO Identity Sources Functions Only in Web Client vCenter Limits
7. Templates, Clones
VM Rapid Deployment Template Theory Template Benefits Disk Formats
Creating a New Template Templates in Hosts and Clusters Clone a VM
Clone a Template
Windows VM Customization Non-Windows OS Customization Virtual Appliance / Pros and Cons
Import/ Export Virtual
VM Basic 2D & 3D Video
Virtual PC Workstations Hot Grow Disks
8. Permissions
Permission Privileges, Roles, Users Determining Permissions
Role Assignments
vCenter Users, Groups
View vCenter Base Permissions ESXi Users, Groups Permissions
9. Shared Storage
SAN Features
Fibre Storage Area Networks World Wide Names Hardware Paths
CHAP Authentication Process Troubleshooting iSCSI Storage Views, Maps, Reports ESXi 5.5 Boot from SAN
9.1 Raw Device Maps
Raw Device Maps & Migration
Microsoft Cluster Services
10. VMware File System
VMFS 5 Features Building a VMFS
Create/Grow a LUN Span To Add an Extent
Storage Multipath
iSCSI SAN Multipathing Pluggable Storage Architecture
11. Alarms
Performance Alarms vCenter Alarms
ESXi Host Alarms
Alarm Reporting Triggered vCenter Alarms Default Alarm Definitions Custom Alarms
Alarm Best Practices
12. Resource Pools
Resource Administration VM CPU Resource Tunables Dynamic Memory Balancing Memory Resources Tunables Resource Shares
Resource Pools Memory/Storage Resource
Virtual Hardware Resources
13. Converter
Converter Import Source Options vCenter Converter
What’s New in Converter 5.5 Clone & Update Disk(s)
Clone Physical Disk(s)
Create the New Virtual Machine VM Reconfiguration
New VM Housekeeping Converter Caveats
14. VM Migration
Virtual Machine Migration Cold Migration
VMotion Migration VMotion Requirements Progress is Monitored
VM is Descheduled
VM Context is Transferred Switch Over
VM Scheduled to Run Housekeeping
Failed Validation Compatibility
Storage VMotion
15. DRS
Distributed Resource Scheduler DRS Functions
DRS Automation Level Migration Threshold
Power Management EVC for Intel CPUs EVC Benefits
DRS EVC Requirements Resource Management Adopting DRS
15.1 Power Management
Power Management Overview PM Settings
Configure ESXi for Power Mgt Power Standby
Datacenter Monitoring Tools CPU Power Management
16. VMware HA
VMware High Availability Clusters HA VM Requirements
VMware HA Host Failures Admission Control
HA Cluster Heartbeat Datastore Heartbeats HA Restart Priority VM Monitoring
HA Cluster Slots Maintenance Mode HA and DRS Isolation Response
16.1 VMware FT
VMware Fault Tolerance
FT Use Cases
FT Cluster/Host Requirements Enable FT on a VM
FT Impact on VM Memory Fault Tolerance Protected VM VMware FT Recommendations FT Bandwidth Estimates
17. Host Profiles
Managing ESXi Host Config Host Profile Tasks & Contents Attaching Host Profiles Applying A Profile to a Host Guest OS Compliance?
18. vSphere Replication
VM Synchronization
VM Replication Policies Site-to-Site Replication
vSphere Client Integration Plug-in VR Replication Target
Advanced Disk Configuration vSphere Replication
Recovering a VM
19. Update Manager
Patch Management
VUM Components
Install & Configure VUM Patch Download Settings Stock Patch Baselines New Baseline
Selected Patches Compliance
VUM Clusters, Tasks & Events
20. Peformance
Performance Analysis & Tuning VM Scheduling Priority Physical to Virtual CPU Transparent Page Sharing Memory Ballooning
Ballooning vs. VMkernel Swap VMkernel Native Drivers ESXi and SSDs
Performance Chart Performance Problems Monitoring Memory Stress Performance Analysis Tools
21. Advanced Networking
Advanced Virtual Networking Distributed vSwitches Building a New dvSwitch Physical Adapter Details Migrate VMs to dvPort Groups DvSwitch Port Assignments Management, VMkernel Ports Manage Physical/Virtual
Adapters dvSwitch Properties Port Group Security
Traffic Shaping
NIC Team Settings
Originating Port Forwarding
IP Hash Forwarding
Physical NIC Load Forwarding Active and Standby NICs Network Failure
Resilient Network Configuration Standard vSwitch VLANs VLANs & VLAN Trunking Private VLans
22. Final Thoughts
One-to-One Virtualization CPU Considerations Delivering High Availability Virtualization Security Issues Useful Resources for vSphere

培训时间:5 days


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