vSphere 7: Troubleshooting a vSphere Implementation

by David Davis

The VMware Certified Professional (or VCP) is the most popular virtualization certification in the world. Watch this hands-on course, taught by 12-time vExpert and veteran vSphere trainer - David Davis, to help you prepare for the new vSphere 7 VCP exam and gain valuable VMware vSphere administration knowledge!

What you'll learn

VMware vSphere is a powerful and advanced virtualization platform for the modern data center, but it isn't without its complexities and potential trouble. With so many enterprises virtualizing their most critical applications with vSphere, as a vSphere administrator, you must be prepared.

In this course, vSphere 7: Troubleshooting a vSphere Implementation, you'll learn how to efficiently troubleshoot any potential problems in vSphere when they occur:

  1. learn how to troubleshoot problems with ESXi and vCenter installation
  2. discover how to use VMware's knowledgebase (KB) system to fix problems with the vSphere environment, like storage and networking
  3. work with vSphere to find misconfigurations and fix issues
By the end of this course, you'll have the knowledge and skill to troubleshoot a variety of problems in vSphere 7 with efficiency and confidence.

Table of contents

Course Overview
2mins
Next Steps
2mins

Course FAQ

What will I learn in this vSphere7 course?

In this course, you will learn how to troubleshoot any potential problems you may run into while using vSphere. Some potential issue you may run into are: installation, storage, networking, vCenter, virtual machines, vSphere High Availability, and Disributed Resource Scheduler.

Are there any prerequisites for this course?

Prerequisites for this course is an understanding of VMware vSphere.

Will this course prepare you for the vSphere VCP exam?

This course will give you the skills and knowledge to properly prepare for the new vSphere 7 VCP exam.

What is the vSphere client used for?

vSphere Client is a Windows program that is used to configure the host and to operate its virtual machines.

What is Esxtop?

Esxtop is a command-line tool that gives administrators real-time informtaion about resource usage in a vSphere environment.

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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