VMware vSphere 4: Advanced Features

Part 3 of 3 in the VMware vSphere 4 series explores the advanced features in VMware vSphere, including moving vms and storage, optimizing performance, load balancing, high availability and more.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 18, 2009
Duration
7h 38m
Table of contents
Understanding and Using Tasks, Events, and Alarms
Searching, Sorting, Filtering and Exporting in vSphere
Using VMware vApps
Performance Optimization in VMware vSphere
Upgrading from VMware ESX 3.x to vSphere 4
Moving Virtual Machines with VMotion
Moving Virtual Storage with SVMotion
Load Balancing with Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)
Implementing High Availability with VMware HA (VMHA)
Super High Availability with VMware Fault Tolerance (FT)
Introduction and Installation of VMware vSphere CLI (vCLI)
Intro and Installation of the vSphere Management Assistant (vMA)
Using vMA and vCLI to Administer via CLI
Installing and Using the VMware VI-Perl Toolkit
Using the VMware Guest Console (VGC)
VMware Go: The On Ramp to Virtualization
My Home VMware vSphere Lab
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 18, 2009
Duration
7h 38m
Description

Part 3 of 3 in the VMware vSphere 4 series explores the advanced features in VMware vSphere, including moving vms and storage, optimizing performance, load balancing, high availability and more. In the VMware vSphere 4 series, you'll be learning to virtualize your server and network infrastructure in an innovative, efficient, and reliable way. By utilizing the power of cloud computing, VMware vSphere will allow you to dramatically reduce costs, increase control over your IT infrastructure, while maintaining flexibility and security. If you are a complete beginner to VMware, have used previous versions of the software, or have some experience with VMware Server, you'll benefit from this course.

About the author
About the author

David has authored over 50 courses for Pluralsight.com around enterprise data center technologies such as cloud computing, virtualization, and (especially) VMware vSphere.

More from the author
VMware Cloud on AWS Fundamentals
Intermediate
1h 47m
Nov 27, 2018
More courses by David Davis