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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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