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INE - Manage Virtual Machines Using vCenter Server

Instructor: Dave Smith

Format; FLV

Size: 4.81GB

 

 

In this 8-hour course, Dave Smith, CCIE #19125, guides you through all aspects of VM management, including creating your VM, modifying it, and booting and installing an OS. This course also covers long-term management, such as Snapshots, Cloning, Templates, and vAPPs. You will learn the various methods of managing vSphere itself, using the vSphere client and the web client, and you will examine resource pools and how they relate to the VMKernel management of memory and CPU.

Course Duration: 7h 54m

 

 

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Table of Contents:

 

/Introduction to Virtual Machines/

1. VM Overview

2. VM Files Part 1

3. VM Files Part 2

4. VM Hardware

5. VM Options

6. VMware Tools

 

/Creating Virtual Machines/

7. Creating VMs Part 1

8. Creating VMs Part 2

9. Creating VMs Part 3

10. Creating VMs Part 4

11. Moving VMs

12. vAPPs

 

/Modifying Existing VMs/

13. Modifying Virtual Machines

 

/Resource Allocation/

14. Limits, Shares & Reservations

15. Resource Pools

 

/Working with Snapshots/

16. Snapshots

 

/vMotion/

17. vMotion Network Requirements

18. VM Startup and Shutdown Options

 

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0utcast I'd like you thank you for all the material you uploaded on this site, one of the best members of this forum

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Yes. Thank you so much for making these material accessible for most people from easy to download sites. Appreciate it.

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I'll put this back online shortly.

 

Thanks for the kindlness....waiting for the new links

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