VMware vSphere 6.0 is the platform businesses depend on to deploy and manage their virtualized Windows and Linux workloads. In this course you will learn the concepts, skills and mechanics you need to get you started as a VMware vSphere 6.0 administrator.
Learn vSphere 6.0 from the ground up

VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 1 - Getting Started

This course covers four major topics that all vSphere 6 administrators must know:
First, we start by learning how to install and configure the ESXi 6.0 hypervisor. From there, we configure ESXi host management networking, join our host to a Windows AD domain, set up time services and much more. Next, we explore virtual and physical networking. Virtual networking is used to provide Ethernet and TCP/IP networking to VMs. Physical networking is used by both ESXi and VMs to communicate to physical network peers. You will learn to build NIC teams for fast, reliable networking, and how to enable Cisco Discovery Protocol on your virtual Switches

ESXi can use file shares for Virtual Machines, for backups and as a repository for install media images or to hold VM clones or templates. We will see the file choices ESXi supports, how to connect and disconnect from file shares and best practices for achieving both high performance and redundancy

Finally, we will learn how to build virtual machines. You will learn about the features and capabilities of the virtual hardware layer, how to install a guest OS into your new VM, the purpose and benefits of VMware Tools and how to optimize your VMs for best performance and lowest resource overhead.

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Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1
VMware vSphere Training From ESXLab
Preview
00:13
Lecture 2
VMware vSphere 6.0
Preview
00:25
Lecture 3
Get ESXi 6.0 for Free!
Preview
00:18
Lecture 4
Course Goals
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00:22
Lecture 5
Course Goals continued
Preview
00:39
Lecture 6
Presented By
Preview
00:31
Lecture 7
Should You Take This Course?
Preview
00:36
Lecture 8
Let’s Get Started!
Preview
00:06
Section 2: Install and Configure ESXi 6.0 Hypervisor
Lecture 9
Introduction
Preview
00:12
Lecture 10
Overview
Preview
00:56
Lecture 11
Project Plan
Preview
00:45
Lecture 12
Block Diagram
Preview
03:12
Lecture 13
Scaling Up Networks, Storage
Preview
03:45
Lecture 14
ESXi Server Hardware
Preview
06:50
Lecture 15
ESXi Embedded, Installable
Preview
03:27
Lecture 16
ESXi Install Steps
Preview
02:13
Lecture 17
ESXi Boot Screen
Preview
01:33
Lecture 18
Accept the VMware EULA
Preview
00:29
Lecture 19
Select the Target Volume
Preview
02:02
Lecture 20
Performing an In-Place Upgrade
Preview
02:34
Lecture 21
Keyboard, root Password
Preview
02:06
Lecture 22
Hardware Virtualization Assist Part 1
Preview
01:37
Lecture 23
Hardware Virtualization Assist Part 2
Preview
03:53
Lecture 24
Ready to Install
Preview
00:43
Lecture 25
Installation Complete
Preview
01:22
Lecture 26
ESXi 6.0 DCUI
Preview
01:33
Lecture 27
Log In for the First Time
01:24
Lecture 28
ESXi Configuration Menu
00:57
Lecture 29
Default Management IP Settings
01:24
Lecture 30
Configure Management Network
01:16
Lecture 31
Select Management NIC(s)
02:55
Lecture 32
Network Adapter Details
01:32
Lecture 33
IPv4 Configuration
01:48
Lecture 34
IPV6 Configuration
01:19
Lecture 35
DNS Configuration
02:03
Lecture 36
Custom DNS Suffixes
01:48
Lecture 37
Apply Network Changes
01:12
Lecture 38
Test Management Network
02:37
Lecture 39
Local/Remote Tech Support
04:19
Lecture 40
Restart Management Agents
02:01
Lecture 41
ESXi Ready for Service
01:40
Lecture 42
Alt-F1 ESXi Command Line Login
02:08
Lecture 43
Alt-F12 VMkernel Log Entries
01:41
Lecture 44
Browse Host Log/Config Files
01:41
Lecture 45
Login with vSphere Client
03:01
Lecture 46
Security Warning
02:43
Lecture 47
vSphere Client > ESXi Host
00:39
Lecture 48
vSphere Client > Inventory
01:41
Lecture 49
Creating Local ESXi Users
02:07
Lecture 50
ESXi Host Roles
02:39
Lecture 51
Joining ESXi to an AD Domain
03:17
Lecture 52
Physical CPU Properties
01:40
Lecture 53
Enable / Verify Hyperthreading
02:59
Lecture 54
Physical Memory Properties
02:02
Lecture 55
Review/Set Time Configuration
02:06
Lecture 56
Licensed Features in ESXi 6.0
02:28
Lecture 57
System Health Status
01:33
Lecture 58
Physical Network Adapters
02:21
Lecture 59
DNS and Routing Settings
00:51
Lecture 60
ESXi System Logs
02:47
Lecture 61
Sizing ESXi CPU, Memory
06:10
Lecture 62
Sizing ESXi Storage, NICs
05:47
Lecture 63
RDP, Web Remote Lab Access
01:10
Lecture 64
Lab – Install ESXi 6.0
00:45
Lecture 65
Review & Questions
01:55
Section 3: Virtual and Physical Networking
Lecture 66
Introduction to Virtual Networking
00:09
Lecture 67
Project Plan
01:02
Lecture 68
Chapter Outline
01:06
Lecture 69
vNetwork Switches
03:32
Lecture 70
Standard vSwitches
02:17
Lecture 71
Distributed vSwitches
02:23
Lecture 72
Physical Networkin
03:54
Lecture 73
Virtual NICs (vNICs)
03:54
Lecture 74
Virtual Switches
01:29
Lecture 75
ESXi Networking
01:39
Lecture 76
Isolated Virtual Networking
03:03
Lecture 77
Outbound Virtual Networking
05:24
Lecture 78
Teamed Networking
07:58
Lecture 79
vSwitch Frame Forwarding
03:08
Lecture 80
Multi-homed Networking
06:40
Lecture 81
vSwitch Connection Types
02:07
Lecture 82
Port Groups
01:42
Lecture 83
Add Network Wizard
01:25
Lecture 84
Networking View
02:13
Lecture 85
Change vSwitch Properties
03:24
Lecture 86
Create/Update a NIC Team
02:22
Lecture 87
vSwitch Properties
04:35
Lecture 88
ESXi Physical NICs
02:25
Lecture 89
vSwitch Rules
03:37
Lecture 90
Networking Lab
01:20
Lecture 91
Review & Questions
02:18
Section 4: NAS Storage and NFS Shares
Lecture 92
NAS/NFS
00:10
Lecture 93
Project Plan
01:43
Lecture 94
Network Attached Storage
00:42
Lecture 95
Problems & Opportunities
02:22
Lecture 96
Network Attached Storage
02:13
Lecture 97
NAS/NFS Uses
03:38
Lecture 98
NAS Protocols
03:21
Lecture 99
Virtual NICs (vNICs)
02:34
Lecture 100
NAS Components
02:45
Lecture 101
Defining NFS Shares on Linux
05:19
Lecture 102
Isolated Virtual Networking
03:54
Lecture 103
Define an NFS Share
00:41
Lecture 104
Define an NFS Share
02:52
Lecture 105
NFS Share in Storage Roster
01:36
Lecture 106
Unmounting an NFS Share
02:26
Lecture 107
Troubleshooting NFS
02:20
Lecture 108
NAS/NFS Pros
05:03
Lecture 109
NAS/NFS Cons
01:37
Lecture 110
NFS 3 Multipathing, Speed
01:57
Lecture 111
NAS NFS 3 Network Design
05:01
Lecture 112
NFS 3 Performance & Reliability
01:27
Lecture 113
NFS Best Practice
02:36
Lecture 114
NAS/NFS Lab
00:53
Lecture 115
Review and Questions
01:47
Section 5: Creating and Cloning Virtual Machines
Lecture 116
Virtual Hardware and Virtual Machines
00:10
Lecture 117
Virtual Machines
00:38
Lecture 118
Project Plan
00:36
Lecture 119
Virtual Machines
02:47
Lecture 120
Virtual Hardware Version 11
04:50
Lecture 121
Base Virtual Machine HW
03:02
Lecture 122
Virtual CPUs Sockets, Cores
03:57
Lecture 123
pCPUs and vCPUs
03:06
Lecture 124
vCPU Sockets, Cores
03:04
Lecture 125
VM Wizard – Memory
02:46
Lecture 126
VM Wizard – Disk
04:54
Lecture 127
VMware Paravirtual Controller
04:07
Lecture 128
Complete the Virtual Machine
03:18
Lecture 129
Remote Console
02:33
Lecture 130
Virtual Machine BIOS
02:23
Lecture 131
Install Guest OS
02:16
Lecture 132
VM Running with Stock Drivers
01:47
Lecture 133
VMware Tools
02:47
Lecture 134
USB Virtual Device Support
01:43
Lecture 135
USB 2.0, 3.0 Device Support
01:29
Lecture 136
Windows Performance Tips
03:45
Lecture 137
Virtual Machine Snapshots
04:50
Lecture 138
How Snapshots Work
03:21
Lecture 139
Snapshot Manager
02:41
Lecture 140
Powered Off VMs
04:04
Lecture 141
Take Ownership of a VM
03:14
Lecture 142
VM File Copy
03:02
Lecture 143
Supported Guest OS’
02:25
Lecture 144
Create, Configure a VM Lab
01:32
Lecture 145
Review and Questions
01:56
Section 6: Bonus Lecture
Lecture 146
Introduction
00:07
Lecture 147
Summary
02:38
Lecture 148
Course Books and Lab Practice
02:27
Lecture 149
Future vSphere Courses
02:17
Lecture 150
Business Services
01:42
Lecture 151
Presented By Larry Karnis
01:01
Lecture 152
Thank You!

 

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