The VMware Certified Professional (or VCP) is one of the most popular virtualization certifications in the world. In this course, vSphere 7: Implementing vSphere Security Best Practices, you'll gain valuable VMware vSphere administration knowledge to help you prepare for the new vSphere 7 VCP exam. First, you’ll learn the best practices for securing a vSphere infrastructure, including securing ESXi, vCenter Server, and vSphere virtual machines. Next, you’ll discover how to implement vSphere Certificate Manager, enable SSO and Active Directory integration, and configure and administer role-based access control. Finally, you'll explore how to utilize host profiles to ensure consistent security across your vSphere infrastructure. By the end of this course, you'll have the necessary knowledge of vSphere Security best practices needed to keep your vSphere infrastructure secure.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] My name is David Davis and I'm honored to be your instructor for this course. I've created video training on VMRV sphere since it was called GSX Server three back when I implemented it in a production data center and simply fell in love with the technology. VM ware. V sphere powers the majority of the on premises data centers in the world today. And the sphere administrators are highly sought after in the job market With the launch of the Sphere seven. VM ware has unleashed a tremendous amount of innovation. So it's a great time to be learning v sphere. By the end of this course, you will have learned the best practices for securing your V sphere infrastructure including securing sx E V center server and Visa your virtual machines. You'll also learn how to manage the sphere. Security certificates, enable single sign on an active directory integration. Configure and administer role based access controls, encrypt your virtual machines and utilize host profiles to ensure consistent security across your V sphere infrastructure. So buckle up, grab a beverage and join me on this adventure into implementing these fear security best practices. Mm