VMware vSphere is a highly used virtualization platform on the planet. This course will teach you the latest and greatest features and enhancements for vSphere 6.5, to include vCenter, vSAN, VMware HA, DRS, and security.
The pace at which technology is evolving in today's marketplace can be overwhelming. VMware vSphere is no exception to this paradigm. With each new release of vSphere, both major and minor releases, existing features are enhanced, new features are released, and trying to keep up with all of it can be challenging, especially during the major release cycles. In this course, What's New in vSphere 6.5, you'll be introduced and walked through all the major enhancements and features to vSphere. First, you'll learn about the new features in vCenter and VMware HA and DRS, both of which bring major improvements. Next you'll discover what's new and exciting with vSphere Storage, which include enhancements made to vSAN. Finally, you'll learn about what's new with VMware Update Manager and vSphere Security, both bringing long awaited feature requests into fruition. Once you complete the course, you'll be completely up-to-speed on all major features introduced and enhanced in vSphere 6.5.
Josh Coen is a Cloud Architect working for Sirius Computer Solutions, a national systems integrator. Josh has been working in the industry for 15 years, specifically with virtualization and storage technologies since 2006. Josh is a VMware VCDX #129 and holds a BS in Information Technology.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Josh Coen, and welcome to my course, What's New in vSphere 6. 5. I'm a cloud architect at Sirius Computer Solutions, I've been working with VMware for about 12 years, I'm a VCP, VCAP, and VCDX. VMware vSphere is pound for pound the best virtualization platform on the market today. This course is designed to get you quickly up to speed on the latest and greatest features for version 6. 5 of VMware's flagship product, VMware vSphere. Some of the major topics that we're going to cover include what's new in vCenter 6. 5, what's new with VMware HA, or high availability, and DRS, and the elimination of Windows as a requirement for all vSphere components. By the end of this course, you'll know all the major features and enhancements that are included with the vSphere 6. 5. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with virtualization and have a basic understanding of VMware vSphere. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about the latest and greatest vSphere features with the What's New in vSphere 6. 5 course, at Pluralsight.