VMware vSphere: What's New [V5.5 to V6.7]

Overview


In VMware vSphere: What's New [V5.5 to V6.7] will give you a detailed overview of new features and improvements in VMware vCenter Server® 6.7 and VMware ESXi™ 6.7. This training comprises the practical use-cases, extensive hands-on labs and will prepare you to implement and configure VMware vSphere® 6.7.

Who should do VMware vSphere: What's New [V5.5 to V6.7] training?

  • System architects
  • System administrators
  • IT managers
  • Anyone responsible for implementing and managing vSphere architectures
Schedule & Prices
Course Details Schedule
Classroom Training*
Duration : 3 Days
Fee :  Dubai : $3,200 , India : $1,754


December
26-28 (Bangalore)
26-28 (Chennai)
26-28 (Delhi)
January
06-08 (Delhi)
12-14 (Dubai)
13-15 (Bangalore)
20-22 (Chennai)
February
03-05 (Delhi)
09-11 (Dubai)
10-12 (Bangalore)
March
02-04 (Delhi)
08-10 (Dubai)
09-11 (Bangalore)
Instructor-Led Online Training
Duration : 3 Days
Fee :  $2,290


December
26-28
January
06-08
12-14
13-15
20-22
February
03-05
09-11
10-12
March
02-04
08-10
09-11
Fly-Me-a-Trainer
Duration : 3 Days
Fee : On Request
Client's Location
As per mutual convenience

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Course Prerequisites

Any of the following courses or Equivalent knowledge in VMware ESX/VMware ESXi and vCenter Server

  • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage
  • VMware vSphere: Fast Track
  • VMware vSphere: What’s New
  • VMware vSphere: Troubleshooting
     


On completion of this training, you will know:

  • Key features and enhancements in vSphere 6.0, 6.5, and 6.7
  • VMware vSphere® Client™, VMware Host Client™, and the VMware vCenter® Server Appliance™ shell
  • Migrate a vCenter Server system for Windows to vCenter Server Appliance 6.7
  • Determine the proper upgrade path for a vCenter Server instance and upgrade vCenter Server to version 6.
  • Increase ESXi security by enabling lockdown mode on an ESXi host
  • Upgrade virtual machines to the latest virtual hardware and VMware Tools™ version
  • Configure NFS and iSCSI-backed virtual volumes to provide a common storage platform, independent of the underlying storage hardware
  • Create storage policies and use them with virtual machines and virtual volume datastores
  • Register a key management server with vCenter Server and create an encrypted virtual machine
  • Create a distributed switch and use VMware vSphere® Network I/O Control to allocate bandwidth for a virtual machine
  • Activate VMware vCenter Server® High Availability