Do you want to learn how to administer and deploy vSphere virtual machines? This course will teach you how to create, configure, administer, and protect new virtual machines, templates, clones, vApps, and virtual appliances.
Learning to create and protect virtual machines and other appliances doesn't have to be intimidating. In this course, vSphere 7: Deploying and Administering Virtual Machines and vApps, you will learn how to create, configure, administer, and protect new virtual machines, templates, clones, vApps, and virtual appliances. First, you will discover that administration of vSphere virtual machines can be easy and fun! Next, you will learn how to rapidly deploy new virtual machines from templates and content libraries. Finally, you will explore how to protect your virtual machines with Veeam Backup and vSphere Replication. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of vSphere 7 virtual machine administration needed to confidently manage and protect your vSphere virtual machines.
Course Overview My name is David Davis, and I'm honored to be your instructor for this course. I've created video training on VMware vSphere since it was called ESX Server 3 back when I implemented it in a production data center and simply fell in love with the technology. VMware vSphere powers the majority of the on‑premises datacenters in the world today, and vSphere administrators are highly sought after in the job market. With the launch of vSphere 7, VMware has unleashed a tremendous amount of innovation, so it's a great time to be learning vSphere. By the end of this course, you will have learned how to create, deploy and administer virtual machines and V apps, how to manage clones and templates, how to consolidate physical machines into virtual, and how to configure advanced virtual machine settings. You'll learn how to create content libraries and finally, how to back up and restore your virtual machines using V backup and vSphere replication. So buckle up, grab a beverage, and join me on this adventure into VMware vSphere 7.