vSphere 6 Foundations: Configure vSphere Networking

This is the third course in our eight course vSphere 6 Foundations series. In this course, you'll learn the foundations of vSphere networking as well as how to configure vSphere standard switches (vSS) and vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS). Additionally, you'll learn how to move virtual machines between virtual switches and configure virtual switch polices, uplinks, and virtual port groups.
Course info
Rating
(80)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Jul 18, 2015
Duration
2h 48m
Table of contents
Introduction
Configure vSphere Standard Switches (vSS)
Configure vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS)
Configure vSS and vDS Features Based on Given Requirements
Description
Course info
Rating
(80)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Jul 18, 2015
Duration
2h 48m
Description

This is the third course in our eight course vSphere 6 Foundations series. The vSphere virtual network is the virtual version of the traditional physical network. It's the virtual network that connects all virtual machines together, as well as what connects those virtual machines to the physical network. VMware administrators need to know how to add, remove, and configure vSphere virtual switches, port groups, virtual ports, uplinks, policies, and capabilities in order to be able to successfully administer any VMware vSphere virtual infrastructure.

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.

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