In this course, you’ll learn exactly how VMware vSAN works, how to design your vSAN infrastructure for high performance and availability, how to properly implement vSAN, and how to efficiently manage vSAN in your production environment.
VMware vSphere administrators have long struggled with overly complex, costly, and inefficient shared storage solutions. In this course, Designing, Implementing, and Managing VMware vSAN in Production, you will learn how to implement VMware's hyper-converged storage solution - VMware vSAN - in production. First, you will learn the features and benefits of vSAN. Next, you will discover how to properly design your vSAN infrastructure. Finally, you will explore how to deploy, configure, and manage VMware vSAN. When you’re finished with this course, you'll feel confident administering a production VMware vSAN infrastructure!
Course Overview VMware vSAN has rapidly become one of the most popular products that VMware offers, and companies are excited to use vSAN to create hyperconverged infrastructure that provides high performance and highly available shared storage for their critical business applications. In this course, you'll learn exactly how VMware vSAN works, how to design your vSAN infrastructure, how to properly implement vSAN, and how to efficiently manage vSAN in a production environment. My name is David Davis, and I'm honored to be your instructor for this course. I've been writing, teaching, and speaking about enterprise technology and especially VMware vSphere for over 10 years now. During that time, I've created over 50 Pluralsight courses, and this is one of my favorite courses yet. If you don't have fundamental knowledge of VMware vSphere and virtualization, I recommend that you first watch my courses covering the fundamentals of vSphere before getting started with VMware vSAN. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid understanding of how to administer VMware vSAN in a production environment. So buckle up, grab a beverage, and join me on this adventure into VMware vSAN.