Training with Iverson classes

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At Iverson, our focus is on providing high-quality IT training to corporate customers, meeting their learning needs and helping them to achieve their training objectives. Iverson has the flexibility to provide training solutions whether for a single individual or the largest corporation in a well-paced or accelerated training programme.

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This five-day, fast-paced course provides comprehensive training on how to install, configure, and manage a VMware NSX-T™ Data Center environment. This course covers key NSX-T Data Center features and functionality offered in the NSX-T Data Center 3.0 release, including the overall infrastructure, logical switching, logical routing, networking and security services, micro-segmentation and firewalls, and more.


Access to a software-defined data center environment is provided through hands-on labs to reinforce the skills and concepts presented in the course.

Additional Info

  • Certification Course & Certificate
  • Course Code VNTDCICM[3.0]
  • Price RM10000
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code VCP: 2V0- 41.19
  • Duration 5 Days
  • Schedule

    13-17 Apr 2020

    4-8 May 2020

    15-19 Jun 2020

    20-24 Jul 2020

    10-14 Aug 2020

    21-25 Sep 2020

    12-16 Oct 2020

    23-27 Nov 2020

    14-18 Dec 2020

  • Audience

    Experienced system administrators or network administrators

  • Prerequisities

    • Good understanding of TCP/IP services and network security and working experience with firewalls
    • Working experience with enterprise switching and routing

    Solid understanding of concepts presented in the following courses:
    • VMware Data Center Virtualization Fundamentals
    • VMware Introduction to Network Virtualization with NSX
    • VMware Network Virtualization Fundamentals

  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
    • Describe VMware Virtual Cloud Network and the NSX-T Data Center architecture
    • Describe the NSX-T Data Center components and main functions
    • Explain the NSX-T Data Center key features and benefits
    • Deploy and configure NSX-T Data Center infrastructure
    • Configure layer 2 logical switching and bridging
    • Explain the tiered routing architecture and configure gateways
    • Configure advanced services such as VPN and load balancing
    • Describe the NSX-T Data Center security model with micro-segmentation
    • Configure Distributed Firewall and Gateway Firewall to protect east-west and north-south traffic
    • Explain advanced security enforcement with URL analysis, IDS, and partner service insertion
    • Integrate VMware Identity ManagerTM or LDAP with NSX-T Data Center and configure role-based access control
    • Describe NSX-T Data Center Federation use-cases and architecture for switching, routing, and security.

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    • Introductions and course logistics
    • Course objectives

  • Module 2 Title VMware Virtual Cloud Network and NSX-T Data Center
  • Module 2 Content

    • Introduce VMware’s Virtual Cloud Network vision
    • Discuss NSX-T Data Center solutions, use cases, and benefits
    • Explain NSX-T Data Center architecture and components
    • Describe VMware NSX® product portfolio and features
    • Explain the management, control, data, and consumption planes and function

  • Module 3 Title Deployment Preparing the NSX-T Data Center Infrastructure
  • Module 3 Content

    • Describe NSX Management Cluster
    • Deploy VMware NSX® Manager™ nodes on VMware ESXi and KVM hypervisors
    • Navigate through the NSX Manager UI
    • Explain data-plane components such as N-VDS, transport nodes, transport zones, profiles, and more
    • Perform transport node preparation and establish the data center infrastructure
    • Verify transport node status and connectivity

  • Module 4 Title NSX-T Data Center Logical Switching
  • Module 4 Content

    • Introduce key components and terminology in logical switching
    • Describe the function and types of L2 segments
    • Explain tunneling and the GENEVE encapsulation
    • Configure logical segments and attach hosts using NSX Manager UI
    • Describe the function and types of segment profiles
    • Create segment profiles and apply them to segments and ports
    • Explain the function of MAC, ARP, and TEP tables used in packet forwarding
    • Demonstrate L2 unicast packet flow
    • Explain ARP suppression and BUM traffic handling

  • Module 5 Title NSX-T Data Center Logical Routing
  • Module 5 Content

    • Describe the logical routing function and use cases
    • Introduce the two-tier routing architecture, topologies, and components
    • Explain the Tier-0 and Tier-1 Gateway functions
    • Describe the logical router components: Service Router and Distributed Router
    • Discuss the architecture and function of VMware NSX® Edge™ nodes
    • Discuss deployment options of NSX Edge nodes
    • Configure NSX Edge nodes and create NSX Edge clusters
    • Configure Tier-0 and Tier-1 Gateways
    • Examine the single-tier and multitier packet flow
    • Configure static routing and dynamic routing
    • Enable ECMP on Tier-0 Gateway
    • Describe NSX Edge HA, failure detection, and failback modes

  • Module 6 Title NSX-T Data Center Bridging
  • Module 6 Content

    • Describe the function of logical bridging
    • Discuss the logical bridging use cases
    • Compare routing and bridging solutions
    • Explain the components of logical bridging
    • Create bridge clusters and bridge profiles

  • Module 7 Title NSX-T Data Center Security
  • Module 7 Content

    • Introduce the NSX-T Data Center security approach and model
    • Describe the micro-segmentation benefits and use cases
    • Describe the Distributed Firewall architecture, components, and function
    • Configure Distributed Firewall sections and rules
    • Describe the Gateway Firewall architecture, components, and function
    • Configure Gateway Firewall sections and rules
    • Describe URL analysis and distributed intrusion system importance and use-cases.
    • Describe the service insertion functionality for eastwest and north-south security
    • Discuss the integration and benefits of partner security solutions with NSX-T Data Center

  • Module 8 Title NSX-T Data Center Services
  • Module 8 Content

    • Describe NSX-T Data Center services
    • Explain and configure Network Address Translation (NAT) and NAT 64
    • Explain and configure DNS and DHCP services
    • Describe the load-balancing function, topologies, components, and use cases
    • Configure L4-L7 load balancing
    • Discuss the IPSec VPN and L2 VPN function and use case
    • Configure IPSec VPN and L2 VPN using NSX Manager UI

  • Module 9 Title NSX-T Data Center Monitoring
  • Module 9 Content

    • Explain the importance and functionality of VMware NSX® Intelligence™
    • Navigate through the NSX Topology UI and identify the various key elements in the UI
    • Discuss the importance and use-cases of alarms and events

  • Module 10 Title NSX-T Data Center User and Role Management
  • Module 10 Content

    • Describe the function and benefits of VMware Identity Manager in NSX-T Data Center
    • Integrate VMware Identity Manager with NSX-T Data Center
    • Integrate LDAP with NSX-T Data Center
    • Identify the various types of users, authentication policies, and permissions
    • Use role-based access control to restrict user access
    • Explain the built-in roles in VMware Identity Manager and role assignment to users

  • Module 11 Title NSX-T Data Center Federation
  • Module 11 Content

    • Introduce the NSX-T Data Center Federation key concepts, terminology, and use-cases.
    • Explain the onboarding process of NSX-T Data Center Federation
    • Describe the NSX-T Data Center Federation switching and routing functions.
    • Describe the NSX-T Data Center Federation security concepts and routing functions

RM10,000.00(+RM600.00 Tax)
* Training Dates:

In this three-day course, you focus on deploying and managing a software-defined storage solution with VMware vSAN™ 6.7. You learn how vSAN functions as an important component in the VMware softwaredefined data center. You gain practical experience with vSAN concepts through the completion of handson lab exercises.


This course is also available in an On Demand format. For more information, select this link: VMware vSAN: Deploy and Manage [V6.7] - On Demand.

Additional Info

  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code VSAN6.7
  • Price RM6000
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Duration 3 Days
  • Schedule

    9-11 Mar 2020

    8-10 July 2020

    23-27 Nov 2020

  • Audience

    Storage and virtual infrastructure administrators who want to use software-defined storage with vSAN.

  • Prerequisities

    The course material presumes that a student can perform the following tasks with no assistance or guidance before enrolling in this course:
    • Storage administration experience on block or file storage devices
    • Understanding of concepts presented in the VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.x] course

    Experience working at the command line is helpful.

    The course material presumes that a student can perform the following tasks with no assistance or guidance before enrolling in this course:
    • Use VMware vSphere® ClientTM
    • Create and manage VMware vCenter Server® objects, such as data centers, clusters, hosts, and virtual machines
    • Create and modify a standard switch
    • Create and modify a distributed switch
    • Connect a VMware ESXi™ host to NAS, iSCSI, or Fibre Channel storage
    • Create a VMware vSphere® VMFS datastore
    • Use a wizard or a template to create a virtual machine
    • Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere® vMotion®
    • Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere® Storage vMotion®

    If you cannot complete all of these tasks, VMware recommends that you complete the VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.7] course before enrolling in VMware vSAN: Deploy and Manage.

  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
    • Describe the vSAN architecture
    • Identify vSAN features and use cases
    • Configure vSAN networking components
    • Configure a vSAN cluster
    • Deploy virtual machines on a vSAN datastore
    • Configure virtual machine storage policies
    • Perform ongoing vSAN management tasks
    • Configure vSAN encryption
    • Control vSAN resynchronization tasks
    • Create and manage nested fault domains
    • Use the vSAN health service to monitor health and performance
    • Configure a stretched cluster and observe failover scenarios
    • Describe vSAN interoperability with VMware vSphere® features and other products
    • Plan and design a vSAN cluster

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    • Introductions and course logistics
    • Course objectives
    • Describe the software-defined data center

  • Module 2 Title Introduction to vSAN
  • Module 2 Content

    • Describe basic vSAN architecture and components
    • Describe the differences between file, block, and object storage
    • Explain the advantages of object-based storage
    • Detail the configuration of a vSAN cluster
    • Install and validate the initial vSAN installation and configuration

  • Module 3 Title vSAN Configuration
  • Module 3 Content

    • Apply vSAN design considerations
    • Detail the expansion of a vSAN cluster
    • Configure vSAN disk groups manually
    • Identify physical network configuration requirements
    • Describe the configuration of vSAN networking
    • Test and validate the vSAN configuration and functionality
    • Describe the vSAN architecture and components
    • Describe the differences between the vSAN hybrid and all-flash architectures
    • Describe the advantages of all-flash architecture
    • Describe the space-efficiency features of vSAN
    • Describe the different vSAN assessment tools
    • Explain vSAN License Details

  • Module 4 Title vSAN Policies and Virtual Machines
  • Module 4 Content

    • Explain how storage policies work with vSAN
    • Define and create a virtual machine storage policy
    • Apply and modify virtual machine storage policies
    • Change virtual machine storage policies dynamically
    • Identify virtual machine storage policy compliance status

  • Module 5 Title Managing and Operating vSAN
  • Module 5 Content

    • Explain how to configure encryption in the vSAN cluster
    • Explain the management of hardware storage devices
    • Identify alarms for vSAN events
    • Describe and configure fault domains
    • Describe the configuration of the vSAN iSCSI service, iSCSI targets, and LUNS

     

  • Module 6 Title Stretched Clusters and Two-Node Clusters
  • Module 6 Content

    • Describe the architecture for stretched clusters and two-node clusters
    • Create a stretched cluster
    • Describe how stretched cluster storage policies affect vSAN objects
    • Create and apply a vSAN stretched cluster policy to meet specific needs
    • Discuss the behavior of a stretched cluster when various types of failures occurMonitoring and Troubleshooting vSAN

  • Module 7 Title Monitoring and Troubleshooting vSAN
  • Module 7 Content

    • Discuss hardware failure scenarios
    • Describe the process of resynchronization
    • Explain the possible reasons for resynchronization
    • Describe the use of vSphere Client to detect issues
    • Explain the use of the health service to monitor vSAN health
    • Explain the use of the performance service to monitor vSAN performance.
    • Monitor and test the vSAN environment
    • Describe vSAN architecture components and the PNOMA OSI model.

RM6,000.00(+RM360.00 Tax)
* Training Dates:

In this five-day course, you will configure and secure unified endpoint activation, registration, and authentication. You will learn how to integrate industry-recognized enterprise technologies with VMware Workspace ONE®. Through a combination of hands-on labs, simulations, and interactive lectures, you learn how to configure and manage the endpoint lifecycle. The principles of enterprise mobility, unified endpoint, and identity management are addressed throughout the course. You will leave the training empowered with the foundational skills and knowledge needed to effectively implement Workspace ONE.


This course is also available in an On Demand format. For more information, select this link: VMware Workspace ONE: Deploy and Manage [V20.x] - On Demand.


Product Alignment
• VMware Workspace ONE 20.x
• VMware Workspace ONE UEM 20.x
• VMware Workspace ONE Access 20.x
• VMware Workspace ONE® Boxer
• VMware Workspace ONE® Content

Additional Info

  • Certification Course & Certificate
  • Course Code VWODM20x
  • Price RM10000
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code VCP: 2V0- 61.20
  • Duration 5 Days
  • Schedule

    10-14 Feb 2020

    16-20 Nov 2020

     

  • Audience

    Workspace ONE administrators, experienced mobility and identity administrators, account managers, solutions architects, solutions engineers, sales engineers, and consultants

  • Prerequisities

    This course has no prerequisites.

  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
    • Identify and describe major components of the Workspace ONE solution
    • Identify and describe the enterprise integration and productivity components
    • Explain the concept of the Digital Workspace and the Digital Workspace experience
    • Identify authentication technologies used in Workspace ONE
    • Navigate the VMware Workspace ONE® UEM and the VMware Workspace ONE® Access™ consoles
    • Install, configure, and validate integrated components
    • Explain the integration of the Workspace ONE solution with directory services
    • Create and explain environment group structures
    • Demonstrate end-user Workspace ONE portal configuration
    • Configure Workspace ONE registration and activation
    • Enroll and manage mobile devices and endpoints
    • Provision and secure applications
    • Enable the unified application catalog
    • Apply single sign-on and multifactor authentication
    • Integrate with virtual desktop infrastructure (VMware Horizon® virtual desktops and applications)
    • Create and implement profiles, authentication policies, and role-based access controls
    • Explain and issue device commands
    • Manage email configurations
    • Integrate with content resources and provision access
    • Explain and analyze reporting and auditing
    • Leverage VMware Workspace ONE® Intelligence™ for advanced reporting and automation
    • Apply general troubleshooting techniques
    • Implement unified endpoint management with Workspace ONE

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    • Introductions and course logistics
    • Course objectives

  • Module 2 Title Introduction to Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management
  • Module 2 Content

    • Outline the basic principles and capabilities of Unified Endpoint Management with the Workspace ONE Platform.
    • Summarize basic implementation of Workspace ONE UEM
    • Investigate Modern Windows Management with Workspace ONE UEM

  • Module 3 Title Workspace ONE UEM Console
  • Module 3 Content

    • Outline features of the Workspace ONE UEM Console
    • Navigate the Workspace ONE UEM Console

  • Module 4 Title Workspace ONE UEM Architecture
  • Module 4 Content

    • List the common Workspace ONE UEM Integration Components
    • Outline the core components of Workspace ONE UEM
    • Outline the benefits of implementing Directory Services Integration
    • Summarize the benefits of implementing Certificate Authority Integration
    • Describe the benefits of implementing Email SMTP Integration
    • Describe the benefits of deploying VMware AirWatch® Secure Email Gateway™
    • Explain the purposes of deploying VMware Unified Access Gateway™
    • Describe the benefits of deploying VMware TunnelTM
    • Summarize the functions of Content Gateway

  • Module 5 Title Mobile Endpoint Enrollment and Management
  • Module 5 Content

    • Outline UEM options
    • Configure Workspace ONE UEM for Endpoint Management
    • Enroll Mobile endpoints
    • Describe the functions and benefits of the Apple Device Enrollment Program
    • Outline the steps to enroll an Android Endpoint into Workspace ONE UEM with the out-of-box enrollment flow

  • Module 6 Title Windows 10 Onboarding
  • Module 6 Content

    • Outline basic principles of Windows 10 Endpoint Onboarding
    • Onboard Windows 10 desktop with basic IT-driven and user-driven enrollment methods
    • Outline the steps of configuring Cloud Windows 10 Auto Discover Service
    • Summarize the steps of configuring Azure AD integration
    • Use Office 365 applications for Windows 10 desktop enrollment
    • Explain Windows 10 Desktop out-of-box enrollment

  • Module 7 Title Securing and Configuring Endpoints
  • Module 7 Content

    • Summarize the comprehensive endpoint and console security features provided by Workspace ONE UEM Console
    • Assess uses of administrative roles
    • Examine the proper use of profiles and resources for endpoint management
    • Explain Windows 10 policy management
    • Outline product provisioning
    • Configure compliance policies
    • Manage endpoints with Workspace ONE UEM
    • Use the Self-Service Portal to manage an endpoint

  • Module 8 Title Application Access and Security
  • Module 8 Content

    • Describe the functions and benefits of using application management capabilities in Workspace ONE UEM
    • Summarize application management capabilities of Workspace ONE UEM
    • Plan a public application management strategy
    • Design an application security strategy
    • Examine the Windows 10 Business Store Portals role in your application management strategy
    • Deploy Win32 applications

  • Module 9 Title Email Configurations
  • Module 9 Content

    • Describe the benefits of managing email with Workspace ONE UEM
    • Deploy managed email settings
    • Evaluate email integration models
    • Support the implementation of AirWatch Secure Email Gateway
    • Integrate PowerShell
    • Support Google Sync integration
    • Evaluate email compliance policy strategies
    • Describe the features and functionality of the Email Notification Service

  • Module 10 Title Content and Resources Implementation
  • Module 10 Content

    • Describe the benefits of performing content management with Workspace ONE UEM
    • Summarize the functions and benefits of Workspace ONE Content application
    • Evaluate the benefits of the Workspace ONE Content application
    • Access content and repositories from the Workspace ONE Content application
    • Support end-user use of the personal content feature
    • Implement a content management strategy that allows for access on endpoints
    • Access internal repositories with the Content Gateway

  • Module 11 Title Workspace ONE Intelligence and UEM Reporting
  • Module 11 Content

    • Summarize the features and functionality of Workspace ONE Intelligence
    • Evaluate the impact Workspace ONE Intelligence can have on a UEM strategy
    • Execute a report strategy
    • Outline the steps of integrating Syslog with Workspace ONE UEM
    • Weigh the benefits of a telecom management

  • Module 12 Title Digital Workspace
  • Module 12 Content

    • Evaluate the impact of integrating the Digital Workspace
    • Outline the core components of Digital Workspace
    • Evaluate the impact of utilizing virtual desktop infrastructure as part of your UEM strategy

  • Module 13 Title Workspace ONE Access Console
  • Module 13 Content

    • Navigate the Workspace ONE Access Console
    • Execute directory integration with Workspace ONE Access
    • Develop an identity and access management strategy

  • Module 14 Title Workspace ONE Platform Architecture
  • Module 14 Content

    • Evaluate Workspace ONE deployment options
    • Describe the VMware recommended Workspace ONE Architecture
    • Examine High Availability and Disaster Recovery options

  • Module 15 Title Digital Workspace Integration
  • Module 15 Content

    • Integrate Directory Services with Workspace ONE UEM and Workspace ONE Access
    • Synchronize users and groups from Directory to Workspace ONE Consoles
    • Integrate Certificate Authority with Workspace ONE UEM
    • Outline the steps for performing Digital Workspace integration
    • Integrate the Digital Workspace
    • Stage resources for Workspace ONE registration and management
    • Register and manage endpoints with Workspace ONE
    • Elevate the management level of an endpoint from Workspace ONE registered to Workspace ONE managed

  • Module 16 Title Productivity Integration
  • Module 16 Content

    • Formulate productivity integration needs
    • Deploy the Unified Access Gateway
    • Install and configure VMware Tunnel
    • Install and configure the VMware Content Gateway
    • Install and configure AirWatch Secure Email Gateway

  • Module 17 Title Web and Virtual Application Management
  • Module 17 Content

    • Formulate a web and virtual application management strategy
    • Configure web and virtual applications
    • Manage web and virtual applications

  • Module 18 Title Single Sign-On for Applications
  • Module 18 Content

    • Describe the single sign-on capability provided by Workspace ONE
    • Summarize how single sign-on can be used for native mobile applications
    • Outline the authentication methods supported by Workspace ONE
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of VMware Workspace ONE® Verify

RM10,000.00(+RM600.00 Tax)
* Training Dates:

This two-day, hands-on training course gives experienced VMware vSphere® administrators the knowledge to install, configure, and manage VMware Site Recovery Manager™ 8.2. This course also shows you how to write and test disaster recovery plans that use Site Recovery Manager.


This course is also available in an On Demand format. For more information, select this link: VMware Site Recovery Manager: Install, Configure, Manage [V8.2] - On Demand.


Product Alignment
• VMware Site Recovery Manager [V8.2]

Additional Info

  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code VSRMICM8.2
  • Price RM4200
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Duration 2 Days
  • Schedule

    17-18 Aug 2020

  • Audience

    vSphere administrators, architects, system engineers, and systems integrators who are responsible for the deployment or management of Site Recovery Manager

  • Prerequisities

    This class requires completion of one of the following courses:
    • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.x]
    • VMware vSphere: Fast Track [V6.x]
    • VMware vSphere: What’s New [V5.5 to V6.x]
    • VMware vSphere: Troubleshooting Workshop [V6.x]


    Or equivalent knowledge and administration experience with VMware ESXi™ and VMware vCenter Server™.

  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
    • Summarize the components of Site Recovery Manager architecture
    • Deploy and configure the Site Recovery Manager appliance
    • Describe the principal disaster recovery topologies that are used with Site Recovery Manager
    • Configure inventory and resource mappings
    • Describe the storage replication options that are used with Site Recovery Manager
    • Configure Site Recovery Manager to leverage array-based replication
    • Describe VMware vSphere® Replication™ functionality
    • Describe the vSphere Replication architecture
    • Deploy and configure vSphere Replication for use with Site Recovery Manager
    • Build Site Recovery Manager protection groups based on vSphere Replication
    • Build, edit, execute, test, and remove a recovery plan
    • Perform a planned migration
    • Perform reprotect and failback using Site Recovery Manager and vSphere Replication

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    • Outline the necessary information to effectively undertake this course
    • Identify resources for additional information

  • Module 2 Title Overview and Architecture
  • Module 2 Content

    • Discuss Site Recovery Manager architecture
    • Examine disaster recovery options with Site Recovery Manager
    • Describe Site Recovery Manager integration with VMware vSphere® ClientTM
    • Discuss Site Recovery Manager features
    • Analyze Site Recovery Manager storage policies and integration options
    • Discuss how Site Recovery Manager supports several disaster recovery topologies
    • Identify use cases for Site Recovery Manager across various scenarios
    • Describe how VMware Site Recovery™ for VMware Cloud™ on AWS integrates with Site Recovery Manager.

     

  • Module 3 Title Deploy & Configure Site Recovery Manager
  • Module 3 Content

    • Identify the requirements to deploy Site Recovery Manager
    • Discuss the benefits of the Site Recovery Manager appliance
    • Explore vSphere deployment models
    • Deploy the Site Recovery Manager appliance
    • Navigate the Site Recovery Manager configuration user interface
    • Describe the process to register Site Recovery Manager with VMware vCenter Server®
    • Configure site pairing
    • Identify how to perform updates to the Site Recovery Manager appliance

  • Module 4 Title Configuring Inventory Mappings
  • Module 4 Content

    • Outline the importance of inventory mappings
    • Examine configuration options for inventory mappings
    • Outline the importance of placeholders

  • Module 5 Title Using Array-based Replication
  • Module 5 Content

    • Describe array-based replication
    • Discuss the role of the Storage Replication Adapter (SRA)
    • Explore the relationship between devices, consistency groups and datastore groups
    • Configure array pairs

     

  • Module 6 Title vSphere Replication
  • Module 6 Content

    • Explore vSphere Replication architecture
    • Examine vSphere Replication functionality
    • Formulate use cases for vSphere Replication
    • Deploy a vSphere Replication appliance
    • Configure vSphere Replication appliance settings
    • Configure a vSphere Replication appliance connection
    • Deploy a vSphere Replication server
    • Register a vSphere Replication server

  • Module 7 Title Replicating Virtual Machines with vSphere Replication
  • Module 7 Content

    • Configure vSphere Replication for virtual machines
    • Explain the importance of datastore mappings
    • Describe vSphere Replication recovery point objective scheduling
    • Describe the vSphere Replication disk transfer protocol

  • Module 8 Title Building Protection Groups
  • Module 8 Content

    • Define protection group functionality
    • Examine the differences between array-based protection groups, protection groups based on vSphere Replication, and storage profile protection groups
    • Create a protection group
    • Discuss protection group settings
    • Remove protection from a virtual machine
    • Create a storage profile protection group

  • Module 9 Title Building Recovery Plans
  • Module 9 Content

    • Discuss recovery plan concepts
    • List recovery plan steps
    • Discuss network planning
    • Discuss customization options in recovery planning
    • Outline how to implement a recovery plan
    • Investigate recovery plan options

  • Module 10 Title Testing and Running a Recovery Plan
  • Module 10 Content

    • Discuss use cases for Site Recovery Manager
    • Describe planned migration
    • Identify Site Recovery Manager workflows
    • Discuss the importance of VMware vSphere® VMFS resignaturing
    • Examine Site Recovery Manager integration with various vSphere technologies
    • Outline how to conduct a recovery plan test
    • Perform recovery plan test execution
    • Identify the effects on the storage layer during recovery steps
    • Explain a recovery plan execution in planned migration or disaster recovery mode
    • Understand storage layer changes for plan execution types
    • Identify the recovery steps for each execution type
    • Describe how to reprotect a data center
    • Examine failback steps

  • Module 11 Title Monitoring and Troubleshooting
  • Module 11 Content

    • Discuss Site Recovery Manager alarms
    • Explore Site Recovery Manager history reports
    • Configuring advanced Site Recovery Manager settings
    • Describe how to modify logging levels
    • Explain how to collect log bundles
    • Identify key log locations

RM4,200.00(+RM252.00 Tax)
* Training Dates:

This five-day, hands-on course gives you the skills to deliver virtual desktops and applications through a single virtual desktop infrastructure platform. This course builds your skills in installing, configuring, and managing VMware Horizon® 7 through a combination of lecture and hands-on labs. You learn how to configure and deploy pools of virtual machines, how to manage the access and security of the machines, and how to provide a customized desktop environment to end users.


Product Alignment
• VMware Horizon 7.10
• VMware User Environment Manager™ 9.10
• App Volumes™ Manager 4.0  

Additional Info

  • Certification Course & Certificate
  • Course Code VICM7.10
  • Price RM10000
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code FD:2V0-01.19 & VCP: 2V0-51.19
  • Duration 5 Days
  • CertificationInfo VMware Certified Professional 7 – Desktop and Mobility (VCP7-DTM)
  • Schedule

    Available upon request

  • Audience

    Technical personnel who work in the IT departments of end-customer companies and people who are responsible for the delivery of remote or virtual desktop services.

  • Prerequisities

    Customers attending this course should have, at a minimum, the following VMware infrastructure skills:
    • Use VMware vSphere® Web Client to view the state of virtual machines, datastores, and networks
    • Open a virtual machine console on VMware vCenter Server® and access the guest operating system
    • Create snapshots of virtual machines
    • Configure guest customization specifications
    • Modify virtual machine properties
    • Convert a virtual machine into a template
    • Deploy a virtual machine from a template


    Attendees should also have the following Microsoft Windows system administration experience:
    • Configure Active Directory services, including DNS, DHCP, and time synchronization
    • Restrict user activities by implementing Group Policy objects
    • Configure Windows systems to enable Remote Desktop Connections
    • Build an ODBC connection to an SQL Server database

  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
    • Recognize the features and benefits of VMware Horizon
    • Install and configure VMware Horizon® Connection Server™
    • Create and optimize Windows VMs to create VMware Horizon desktops
    • Describe the purpose of Horizon Agent
    • Compare the remote display protocols that are available in VMware Horizon
    • Configure and manage the VMware Horizon® Client™ systems and connect the client to a VMware Horizon desktop
    • Configure, manage, and entitle automated pools of full VMs
    • Configure, manage, and entitle pools of instant-clone desktops and linked-clone desktops
    • Install and configure View Composer
    • Outline the steps and benefits for using TLS CA signed certificates in VMware Horizon environments
    • Use the role-based delegation to administer a VMware Horizon environment
    • Configure secure access to VMware Horizon desktops
    • Understand and create Remote Desktop Services (RDS) desktops and application pools
    • Install and configure App Volumes to deliver and manage applications
    • Deploy VMware Dynamic Environment Manager™ for user and application management
    • Install and configure a Just-in-Time Management Platform (JMP) server for managing JMP components
    • Describe VMware Dynamic Environment Manager Smart Policies
    • Use the command-line tools available in VMware Horizon to back up and restore the required VMware Horizon databases
    • Manage the performance and scalability of a VMware Horizon deployment
    • Identify the benefits of the Cloud Pod Architecture feature for large-scale VMware Horizon deployments

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    • Introductions and course logistics
    • Course objectives

  • Module 2 Title Introduction to VMware Horizon
  • Module 2 Content

    • Recognize the features and benefits of VMware Horizon
    • Describe the conceptual and logical architecture of VMware Horizon
    • Define a use case for your virtual desktop and application infrastructure
    • Convert customer requirements to use case attributes

     

  • Module 3 Title Horizon Connection Server
  • Module 3 Content

    • Recognize VMware Horizon reference architecture
    • Identify the recommended system requirements for Horizon Connection Server
    • Identify the recommended virtualization requirements for a Horizon® Connection Server™ instance
    • Access Horizon Manager
    • License VMware Horizon components
    • Outline the steps for the initial configuration of Horizon Connection Server
    • Describe the capabilities that Horizon Administrator provides for monitoring the health of a VMware Horizon deployment
    • Use the dashboard to quickly focus on the details of a problem
    • Access the settings and status of a pool
    • Access the settings and status of a specific machine and the resources controlled by vCenter Server that the VM uses
    • Identify the benefits of using the VMware Horizon Help Desk tool

  • Module 4 Title VMware Horizon Desktops
  • Module 4 Content

    • Outline the process and choices to set up Windows VMware Horizon VMs
    • Assign vCPUs and RAM to Windows VMs
    • Create Windows VMs
    • Configure VMware ESXi™ host virtual switches
    • Optimize the performance of Windows VMs
    • Outline the process and choices to set up Linux VMware Horizon VMs
    • Assign vCPUs and RAM to Linux VMs
    • Create Linux VMs
    • Optimize the performance of Linux VMs
    • Compare the remote display protocols that are available in VMware Horizon
    • Outline the steps to enable a machine for remote access from VMware Horizon® Client™
    • Describe BLAST
    • Describe the purpose of Horizon Agent
    • List the steps to prepare a VM before installing Horizon Agent
    • Outline the configuration choices when installing Horizon Agent
    • Use the Horizon Skype for Business Virtualization Pack

  • Module 5 Title VMware Horizon Pools
  • Module 5 Content

    • Identify the steps to set up a template for desktop pool deployment
    • List the steps to add desktops to the Horizon Connection Server inventory
    • Define user entitlement
    • Describe how information found on the Users and Groups page is used to control and monitor VMware Horizon users
    • Explain the hierarchy of global, pool-level, and user-level policies
    • List the VMware Horizon Group Policy ADMX files

     

  • Module 6 Title VMware Horizon Client Options
  • Module 6 Content

    • Describe the requirements for a Horizon Client installation on a Windows system
    • Explain USB redirection and options
    • Describe the shared folders option
    • Describe the different clients and their benefits
    • Discuss the benefits of the Virtual Printing feature
    • Explain the architecture of the Virtual Printing feature
    • List the steps to install the Virtual Printing feature
    • Configure the Virtual Printing feature
    • Discuss the benefits of the location-based printing feature
    • Identify use cases where location-based printing is desirable
    • List the client system parameters that can be used to assign a printer

  • Module 7 Title Creating Automated Desktop Pools
  • Module 7 Content

    • Describe how an automated pool operates
    • Compare dedicated-assignment and floating-assignment pools
    • Outline the steps to create an automated pool

  • Module 8 Title Configuring and Managing Linked-Clone Desktop Pools
  • Module 8 Content

    • Describe VMware linked-clone technology
    • Explain why both a parent VM and a snapshot must be used to create linked clones
    • Outline the system requirements for View Composer
    • Describe the relationship between a vCenter Server instance and a View Composer instance
    • Identify the View Composer objects in a vCenter Server inventory
    • Describe the preparation required for installing View Composer
    • Outline the steps to install View Composer
    • Outline the necessary steps to set up an automated desktop pool that uses linked clones
    • Compare the purpose of parent and replica VMs
    • Describe the additional steps that are required for linked clones that are not necessary for other automated pools
    • Discuss the merits of using tiered storage for replica and linked clones
    • Compare the benefits of vSAN and tiered storage
    • Compare the recompose, refresh, and rebalance management operations for linked clones
    • Describe the management operations for persistent disks

  • Module 9 Title Creating and Managing Instant-Clone Desktop Pools
  • Module 9 Content

    • Describe instant clones
    • List the advantages of instant clones
    • Differentiate between View Composer linked clones and instant clones
    • Describe the different types of instant-clone VMs
    • Recognize the use of folders in delegating pool administration
    • Explain how instant clones work
    • Describe instant clone desktop pools
    • Determine the requirements for an instant-clone desktop pool
    • Identify the steps used to create an instant clone
    • Set up an automated pool of instant clones
    • Enable instant clones and authorize a VMware Horizon administrator account for use by ClonePrep
    • Update the image of an instant-clone desktop pool using the push image operation

  • Module 10 Title VMware Horizon Authentication and Certificates
  • Module 10 Content

    • Compare the authentication options that Horizon Connection Server supports
    • Explain the purpose of roles and privileges in VMware Horizon
    • Explain how folders are used to delegate pool administration
    • Describe a permission and its components
    • Outline the steps to create a Horizon administrator
    • List the management options for permissions and folders
    • Outline the steps to create a custom role
    • List some of the best practices for configuring Horizon Administrator
    • Describe the purpose of using TLS certificates for VMware Horizon
    • Outline the benefits of using TLS certificates signed by a CA
    • Outline the steps to set up TLS certificates

  • Module 11 Title Managing VMware Horizon Security
  • Module 11 Content

    • Compare tunnels and direct connections for client access to desktops
    • Identify the benefits of using VMware Unified Access Gateway™ in the DMZ
    • Identify the tunnel endpoints when the security gateway is not used
    • Describe a direct connection in a VMware Horizon environment
    • List the advantages of direct connections
    • Describe how direct connections are enabled
    • Discuss the benefits of using Unified Access Gateway
    • List the two-factor authentication options that are supported by Unified Access Gateway
    • Describe the situations in which you might deploy Unified Access Gateway with one, two, or three network interfaces

  • Module 12 Title Profile Management Using User Environment Manager
  • Module 12 Content

    • Identify the VMware Dynamic Environment Manager functional areas and their benefits
    • Prepare infrastructure for VMware Dynamic Environment Manager
    • Outline the steps that are required to install and configure VMware Dynamic Environment Manager components
    • Manage user personalization and application configurations using the VMware Dynamic Environment Manager management console and application profiler
    • Outline the VMware Horizon Smart Policies available when using VMware Dynamic Environment Manager in the Horizon environment

  • Module 13 Title Creating RDS Desktop and Application Pools
  • Module 13 Content

    • Explain how App Volumes works
    • Identify the features and benefits of App Volumes
    • Identify the interface elements of App Volumes
    • Install and configure App Volumes

  • Module 14 Title Provisioning and Managing Application Using App Volumes
  • Module 14 Content

    • Explain how App Volumes works
    • Identify the features and benefits of App Volumes
    • Identify the interface elements of App Volumes
    • Install and configure App Volumes

  • Module 15 Title Just-in-Time Management Platform and VMware Horizon
  • Module 15 Content

    • Identify the benefits of Just-in-Time Management Platform (JMP)
    • List the JMP and Horizon 7 components
    • Install and configure a JMP server
    • Identify App Volumes deployment considerations
    • Identify VMware Dynamic Environment Manager deployment considerations

  • Module 16 Title Command-Line Tools and Backup Options
  • Module 16 Content

    • Describe key Horizon Connection Server features that are available as command-line options with the vdmadmin command
    • Explain the purpose of kiosk mode for client systems and how it is configured
    • Explain why you limit the domains that Horizon Connection Server displays to users as they attempt to authenticate
    • Identify the log locations for each VMware Horizon component
    • Collect Horizon Client and Horizon Agent log files
    • Describe the backup options for VMware Horizon databases
    • Explain the potential problems related to not synchronizing databases
    • Outline solutions to handle orphaned linked clones

  • Module 17 Title VMware Horizon Performance and Scalability
  • Module 17 Content

    • Describe the purpose of a replica connection server
    • Compare a replica server to a standard connection server
    • Explain how multiple Horizon Connection Server instances in a pod maintain synchronization
    • List several best practices for multiserver deployment in a pod
    • Describe how a load-balancing capability might improve VMware Horizon performance
    • Describe the benefits of the Cloud Pod Architecture feature for large-scale VMware Horizon deployments
    • Establish a session with a desktop machine in a different pod by logging in to a local Horizon Connection Server instance
    • Compare the purpose of the global LDAP instance and the local LDAP instance
    • Describe the purpose of interpod communication and the View Interpod API (VIPA)
    • Create global entitlements for accessing Horizon Desktops

RM10,000.00(+RM600.00 Tax)
* Training Dates:

This five-day, hands-on training course provides you with the advanced knowledge, skills, and tools to achieve competence in operating and troubleshooting the VMware NSX® 6.4 environment. In this course, you are introduced to several operational, management, and troubleshooting tools. You will be presented with various types of technical problems, which you will identify, analyze, and solve through a systematic process.

Additional Info

  • Certification Course & Certificate
  • Course Code VNSXTO6.4
  • Price RM10965
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code 2V0-642
  • Duration 5 Days
  • Schedule

    Available upon request

  • Audience

    Network professionals who work with enterprise networks and VMware Sphere® 6.x

  • Prerequisities

    •  Knowledge and working experience of computer networking, including:
         o   Switching and routing technologies (L2-3)
         o   Network and application delivery services (L4-7)
    •  Knowledge and working experience of vSphere 
    •  Knowledge and working experience of NSX installation, configuration, management, and operations

    Before taking this course, you ought to take either the VMware NSX: Install, Configure, Manage course or the VMware NSX for Internetworking Experts Fast Track course.

    The VMware Certified Professional 6 – Network Virtualization (VCP6-NV) certification is recommended.

  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
    •  Establish and apply a structured troubleshooting approach and methodology
    •  Explain the native NSX tools, VMware vRealize® Suite tools, and partner tools that are useful for 
       monitoring, troubleshooting, and operations
    •  Explain the NSX infrastructure components and the communications between them
    •  Identify, analyze, and troubleshoot problems related to the NSX management, control, and data planes
    •  Identify, analyze and troubleshoot problems related to NSX logical switching, logical routing, and 
       VMware 
       NSX® Edge™ services
    •  Identify, analyze, and troubleshoot network security problems related to the NSX distributed firewall and 
       the NSX Edge firewall

    Certifications
    This course prepares you for the following certification:
    •  VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6 – Network Virtualization Deployment (VCAP6-NV Deploy)

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    •  Introduction and course logistics
    •  Course objectives
    •  Resources and references
    •  Learning paths and certifications

  • Module 2 Title Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Module 2 Content

    •  Develop a structured troubleshooting approach
    •  Differentiate between symptoms and root causes
    •  Identify and isolate problems residing in various areas
    •  Apply an appropriate methodology and procedure to troubleshooting 

  • Module 3 Title NSX Troubleshooting and Operational Tools
  • Module 3 Content

    •  Discuss NSX operational requirements 
    •  Use the native NSX tools (such as the central CLI, the NSX dashboard, and Application Rule Manager) to 
       solve various types of problems
    •  Use vRealize Network Insight to identify and analyze problems
    •  Use VMware vRealize® Log Insight™ Content Pack for NSX in troubleshooting and operations

  • Module 4 Title Troubleshooting and Operating NSX Infrastructure
  • Module 4 Content

    •  Explain the NSX infrastructure and component communications
    •  Troubleshoot VMware NSX® Manager™ and the management plane
    •  Troubleshoot VMware NSX® Controller™ and the control plane
    •  Troubleshoot problems in host preparation

  • Module 5 Title Troubleshooting and Operating NSX Logical Switches
  • Module 5 Content

    •  Explain VXLAN and logical switching components
    •  Verify the VXLAN and logical switch configuration and status
    •  Identify and troubleshoot common layer 2 configuration errors
    •  Use the GUI, the CLI, packet capture, traceflow, and other tools to troubleshoot logical switching problems 

  • Module 6 Title Troubleshooting and Operating NSX Logical Routers
  • Module 6 Content

    •  Describe the NSX logical routing architecture
    •  Explain routing components, functions, and communications
    •  Verify logical router configuration settings
    •  Use packet capture on routers and perform packet walk
    •  Use the GUI, the CLI, traceflow, and other tools to troubleshoot logical routing problems 

  • Module 7 Title Troubleshooting and Operating NSX Edge Services
  • Module 7 Content

    •  Verify edge services (such as DHCP and DNS) configuration settings and operational status
    •  Troubleshoot various types of VPN services (SSL VPN-Plus, L2 VPN, and IPsec VPN)
    •  Verify the configuration and status of logical load balancers
    •  Troubleshoot common load-balancing and high availability scenarios

  • Module 8 Title Troubleshooting and Operating NSX Security Services
  • Module 8 Content

    •  Discuss the NSX distributed firewall architecture, components, communication channels, and features
    •  Use the CLI and other tools to troubleshoot the configuration and operations of the NSX distributed firewall 
       and the NSX Edge firewall 
    •  Explain and troubleshoot the Service Composer components and architecture
    •  Troubleshoot common problems related to Identity Firewall 
    •  Examine Guest Introspection architecture, components, services, and operations
    •  Verify Guest Introspection deployment configuration and functions, and troubleshoot common problems

  • Module 9 Content

     

     

RM10,965.00(+RM657.90 Tax)
* Training Dates:

This comprehensive, fast-paced training course focuses on installing, configuring, and managing VMware NSX®. This course presents VMware NSX as a part of the software-defined data center. You will learn how to use logical switching in VMware NSX to virtualize your switching environment. The course also details logical routing to enable you to dynamically route between different virtual environments. And you will learn how to take use gateway services, firewall configurations, and security services to help secure and optimize your VMware NSX environment.

Access to a software-defined data center environment is provided through hands-on labs to reinforce the skills and concepts presented in the course.

Additional Info

  • Certification Course & Certificate
  • Course Code VNSXICM6.4
  • Price RM9976
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code 2V0-642
  • Duration 5 Days
  • CertificationInfo VMware Certified Professional 6 – Network Virtualization (VCP6-NV)
  • Audience

    Experienced system or network administrators

  • Prerequisities
    • Understanding of enterprise switching and routing
    • Knowledge of TCP/IP services
    • Experience with firewalls and firewall rule sets
    • Understanding of concepts presented in the VMware Data Center Virtualization Fundamentals course or VCA-DCV certification
  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

    • Describe the evolution of the software-defined data center
    • Configure and deploy VMware NSX components for management and control
    • Describe basic VMware NSX layer 2 networking
    • Configure, deploy, and use logical switch networks
    • Configure and deploy VMware NSX distributed router appliances to establish east-west connectivity
    • Configure and deploy VMware NSX® Edge™ services gateway appliances to establish north-south connectivity
    • Configure VMware NSX L2 bridging
    • Configure and use all main features of the NSX Edge services gateway
    • Configure NSX Edge firewall rules to restrict network traffic
    • Configure VMware NSX distributed firewall rules to restrict network traffic
    • Configure Service Composer policies
    • Configure an identity-aware firewall
    • Describe VMware NSX data security
    • Use the cross-vCenter VMware NSX feature
  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    • Introductions and course logistics

    • Course objectives

  • Module 2 Title Software-Defined Data Center
  • Module 2 Content

    • Describe the evolution of the software-defined data center

    • Describe VMware vSphere®

    • Describe VMware NSX

     

  • Module 3 Title Management and Control Plane Components
  • Module 3 Content

    • Understand the management, control, and data planes

    • Describe VMware NSX® Manager™

    • Describe the VMware NSX® Controller™ cluster

  • Module 4 Title Logical Switch Networks
  • Module 4 Content

    • Describe Ethernet fundamentals

    • Describe VMware vSphere® Distributed Switch™

    • Describe switch link aggregation

    • Describe VLAN

    • Describe VXLAN logical switch networks

    • Describe VMware NSX Controller replication

     

  • Module 5 Title VMware NSX Logical Routing
  • Module 5 Content

    • Discuss routing protocols

    • Describe the VMware NSX logical router

    • Describe the NSX Edge services gateway

     

  • Module 6 Title VMware NSX L2 Bridging
  • Module 6 Content

    • Understand L2 bridging and use cases

    • Describe L2 software bridging

    • Describe L2 hardware bridging

     

  • Module 7 Title NSX Edge Gateway Services
  • Module 7 Content

    • Describe network address translation

    • Describe load balancing

    • Describe high availability

    • Describe virtual private networking

    • Configure L2 VPN

    • Configure IPsec VPN

    • Configure SSL VPN-Plus

     

  • Module 8 Title VMware NSX Firewall and Security Services
  • Module 8 Content

    • Describe the NSX Edge firewall

    • Describe the VMware NSX distributed firewall

    • Describe VMware NSX data security

    • Describe the Service Composer

    • Describe the identity-aware firewall

     

  • Module 9 Title Cross-vCenter VMware NSX
  • Module 9 Content

    • Understand the cross-vCenter VMware NSX feature

    • Identify the benefits of the cross-vCenter VMware NSX feature

    • Configure the cross-vCenter VMware NSX feature

    • Discuss the deployment models for cross-vCenter VMware NSX

     

RM9,976.00(+RM598.56 Tax)
* Training Dates:

This five-day course covers advanced capabilities like customizing alerts, views, reports, and dashboards and explains the architecture and different ways of deploying VMware vRealize® operations. This course explains certificates, capacity concepts, and workload optimization with real-world use cases and covers troubleshooting using dashboards and how-to manage compliance and configurations. The course also covers management packs such as those for or in the SDDC Management Health solution, Storage Devices Management Pack, and AWS Management Pack.


In general, this course explains how to use and configure most of the new features and enhancements in vRealize version 8.0.
This course is also available in an On Demand format. For more information, select this link: VMware vRealize Operations: Install, Configure, Manage [V8] - On Demand.


Product Alignment
• VMware vSphere 6.7 U3
• VMware vRealize Operations Manager™ 8.0
• VMware vRealize® Lifecycle Manager™ 8.0

Additional Info

  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code VROICM8
  • Price RM10000
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code FD: 2V0- 01.19 & VCP: 2V0-31.19
  • Duration 5 Days
  • Schedule

    2-6 Mar 2020

    5-9 Oct 2020

  • Audience

    Experienced system administrators, system integrators, and consultants responsible for designing, implementing, and customizing vRealize Operations.

  • Prerequisities

    This class requires system administration experience with VMware vSphere® deployments or completion of one of the following courses:
    • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.7]
    • VMware vSphere: Optimize and Scale [V6.7]

  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
    • Identify features and benefits of VMware vRealize® OperationsTM
    • Design, size, and deploy a vRealize Operations cluster
    • Identify the types of nodes and their roles in a vRealize Operations cluster
    • Recognize how to use vRealize Operations components to build scalability and availability
    • Use interface features to assess and troubleshoot operational issues
    • Create policies to meet the operational needs of your environment
    • Recognize effective ways to optimize performance, capacity, and cost in data centers
    • Troubleshoot and manage issues and configurations using alerts and dashboards
    • Use Telegraf to monitor operating systems and applications
    • Create custom alert definitions, reports, and views
    • Create custom dashboards using the dashboard creation canvas
    • Configure widgets and widget interactions for dashboards
    • Create super metrics
    • Set up users and user groups for controlled access to your environment
    • Extend the capabilities of vRealize Operations by adding management packs and configuring solutions
    • Monitor the health of the vRealize Operations cluster by using self-monitoring dashboards

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    • Introductions and course logistics
    • Course objectives

  • Module 2 Title User Interface Enhancements
  • Module 2 Content

    • Describe how to use vRealize Operations to manage the software-defined data center
    • Identify features and benefits of vRealize Operations

  • Module 3 Title Deploying vRealize Operations
  • Module 3 Content

    • Design and size a vRealize Operations cluster
    • Install a vRealize Operations cluster
    • Configure a vRealize Operations cluster for high availability
    • Describe different vRealize Operations deployment scenarios
    • Describe how to use vRealize Lifecycle Manager to deploy vRealize Operations

  • Module 4 Title vRealize Operations Architecture and Certificates
  • Module 4 Content

    • Describe the functions of the components in a vRealize Operations node
    • Identify the types of nodes and their roles in a vRealize Operations cluster
    • Recognize how a node’s components interact to achieve scalability and availability
    • Identify ways that data is collected and analyzed by vRealize Operations
    • Describe vRealize Operations certificates

  • Module 5 Title vRealize Operations Concepts and Policies
  • Module 5 Content

    • Identify the tasks that can be performed in the administration and product user interfaces
    • Describe dashboards and their usage
    • Use tags to group objects
    • Create policies for various types of workloads
    • Explain how policy inheritance works

  • Module 6 Title Performance Optimization
  • Module 6 Content

    • Assess the performance of your environment to determine which data centers need optimization
    • Define the business and operational intents for a given data center
    • Automate the process of optimizing and balancing the workloads in data centers
    • Report on the results of optimization efforts

  • Module 7 Title Capacity Optimization and Costing
  • Module 7 Content

    • Define capacity planning terms
    • Understand capacity planning models
    • Assess the overall capacity of a data center and identify optimization recommendations
    • Recognize options for rightsizing virtual machines (VMs)
    • Run what-if scenarios for adding workloads to a data center
    • Run what-if scenarios to plan the migration of workloads to the public cloud

  • Module 8 Title Managing Configurations and Troubleshooting Pillars
  • Module 8 Content

    • Recognize how to troubleshoot issues by monitoring alerts
    • Use step-by-step workflows to troubleshoot different vSphere objects
    • Assess your environment’s compliance to standards
    • View the configurations of VMware vSphere® objects in your environment

  • Module 9 Title Operating System and Application Monitoring
  • Module 9 Content

    • Recognize how the Service Discovery manager and Telegraf fits into the vRealize Operations OS and app monitoring
    • Deploy the Application remote collector
    • Monitor the operating system and applications by using Telegraf

  • Module 10 Title Custom Alert Definition
  • Module 10 Content

    • Create symptom definitions
    • Create recommendations, actions, and notifications
    • Create alert definitions that monitor resource demand in hosts and VMs

  • Module 11 Title Custom Views and Reports
  • Module 11 Content

    • Build and use custom views in your environment
    • Create custom reports for presenting data about your environment

  • Module 12 Title Custom Dashboards
  • Module 12 Content

    • Create dashboards that use predefined and custom widgets
    • Configure widgets to interact with other widgets and other dashboards
    • Configure the Scoreboard widget to use a metric configuration file
    • Manage dashboards by grouping dashboards and sharing dashboards with users

  • Module 13 Title Super Metrics
  • Module 13 Content

    • Recognize different types of super metrics
    • Create super metrics and associate them with objects
    • Enable super metrics in policies

  • Module 14 Title User Access Control
  • Module 14 Content

    • Recognize how users are authorized to access objects
    • Determine privilege priorities when a user has multiple privileges
    • Import users and user groups from an LDAP source

  • Module 15 Title Extending and Managing a vRealize Operations Deployment
  • Module 15 Content

    • Identify the management packs that are available to your environment
    • Install and configure a management pack
    • Monitor the health of a vRealize Operations cluster
    • Generate a support bundle
    • View vRealize Operations logs and audit reports
    • Perform vRealize Operations cluster management tasks

RM10,000.00(+RM600.00 Tax)
* Training Dates:

During this five-day course, you will focus on installing, configuring, and managing VMware vRealize® Automation™. You will gain an understanding on how to use vRealize Automation to automate the delivery of virtual machines, applications, and personalized IT services across different data centers and hybrid cloud environments.


The course covers how to manage both on-premise systems and cloud services and how vRealize Automation Service Broker can aggregate content in native formats from multiple clouds and platforms into a common catalog. You will learn how to interface vRealize Automation with other systems using VMware vRealize® Orchestrator™ and how to use vRealize Automation to manage Kubernetes systems and leverage other systems.


This course makes heavy use of hands-on labs.
This course is also available in an On Demand format. For more information, select this link: VMware vRealize Automation: Install, Configure, Manage [V8] - On Demand.


Product Alignment
• VMware vSphere® 6.7 U2
• VMware vRealize Automation 8.0
• VMware vRealize Orchestrator 8.0
• VMware vRealize® Lifecycle Manager™ 8.0
• VMware NSX-T™ Data Center 2.4

Additional Info

  • Certification Course & Certificate
  • Course Code VRAICM8
  • Price RM10000
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code FD: 2V0- 01.19 & VCP: 2V0-31.19
  • Duration 5 Days
  • Principals Dell-EMC
  • Schedule

    3-7 Aug 2020

  • Audience

    Experienced system administrators and system integrators responsible for designing and implementing vRealize Automation

  • Prerequisities

    This course requires completion of one of the following courses:
    • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.x]
    • VMware vSphere: Fast Track [V6.x]


    Experience working at the command line is helpful.


    This course requires that a student be able to perform the following tasks with no assistance or guidance before enrolling in this course:
    • Create VMware vCenter Server® objects, such as data centers and folders
    • Create a virtual machine using a wizard or a template
    • Modify a virtual machine’s hardware
    • Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere® vMotion®
    • Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere® Storage vMotion®
    • Configure and manage a vSphere DRS cluster with resource pools.
    • Configure and manage a VMware vSphere® High Availability cluster.


    If you cannot perform all of these tasks, VMware recommends that you complete one of the prerequisite courses before enrolling in VMware vRealize Automation: Install, Configure, Manage.

  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
    • Describe the vRealize Automation architecture and use cases in cloud environments
    • Manage vRealize Automation entities on VMware and third-party virtual and cloud infrastructures
    • Configure and manage Cloud Accounts, Projects, Flavor Mappings, Image Mappings, Network Profiles, Storage Profiles, Volumes, Tags, and Services
    • Create, modify, manage, and deploy Blueprints
    • Connect to a Kubernetes Cluster and manage images and deployments
    • Customize services and virtual machines with cloudConfig
    • Configure and manage the Service Broker
    • Configure and manage ABX actions, custom properties, event broker subscriptions, and VMware vRealize® Orchestrator™ workflows
    • Integrate with vRealize Orchestrator
    • Install vRealize Automation with VMware vRealize® Suite Lifecycle Manager™
    • Describe Cloud Automation Services (Cloud Assembly and Code Stream).
    • Use logs and CLI commands to monitor and troubleshoot vRealize Automation

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content

    • Introductions and course logistics
    • Course objectives

     

  • Module 2 Title vRealize Automation Overview and Architecture
  • Module 2 Content

    • Describe the purpose and functionality of vRealize Automation
    • Describe the vRealize Automation architecture
    • Describe the use of VMware Workspace ONE® AccessTM
    • Describe the relationship between Kubernetes clusters, containers, and vRealize Automation services
    • Describe CLI commands for vRealize Automation 8 cluster management
    • Describe Cloud Assembly
    • Describe Service Broker
    • Describe Code Stream

  • Module 3 Title vRealize Automation Installation
  • Module 3 Content

    • List the different vRealize Automation deployment types
    • Explain the purpose of vRealize easy installer
    • Recognize the vRealize Automation installation process

  • Module 4 Title Authentication and Authorization
  • Module 4 Content

    • Identity the steps involved in integrating Workspace One with Active Directory
    • Recognize features of Workspace One
    • Recognize the user roles available in vRealize Automation
    • Identify the key tasks performed by each user role

  • Module 5 Title Basic Initial Configuration
  • Module 5 Content

    • Quickly create a basic configuration with a cloud account, cloud zone, project, flavor mapping, and image mapping

  • Module 6 Title Creating and Deploying a Basic Blueprint
  • Module 6 Content

    • Configure a basic blueprint
    • Deploy a basic blueprint

  • Module 7 Title Tags and Storage Configuration
  • Module 7 Content

    • Configure tags
    • Configure storage profiles
    • Describe volumes
    • Use tags and storage profiles in a blueprint

  • Module 8 Title Advanced Blueprints
  • Module 8 Content

    • Use YAML coding in blueprints, including user inputs, text formatting, and conditional expressions
    • Create a blueprint for multiple clouds
    • Use iterative design and version control in blueprints

  • Module 9 Title Integrating NSX-T Data Center
  • Module 9 Content

    • List the capabilities and use cases of NSX-T Data Center
    • Describe the NSX-T Data Center architecture and components
    • Integrate NSX-T Data Center with vRealize Automation
    • List the supported network profiles in vRealize Automation
    • Use NSX-T Data Center components to design a multitier application blueprint
    • Identify the network and security options available in design canvas

  • Module 10 Title Cloud Accounts
  • Module 10 Content

    • Configure and use an AWS cloud account
    • Configure and use an Azure cloud account
    • Configure and use a Google Cloud Platform cloud account

  • Module 11 Title Service Broker
  • Module 11 Content

    • Describe the use case of Service Broker
    • Define content source and content sharing
    • Define Service Broker policy enforcement
    • Use custom forms for catalog items

  • Module 12 Title Customization of Blueprints
  • Module 12 Content

    • Describe cloudConfig and Cloud-Init
    • Create vSphere virtual machine templates that can be used with Cloud-Init
    • Use cloudConfig to customize the hostname
    • Use cloudConfig to create users
    • Use cloudConfig to install software
    • Use cloudConfig to manage the power state
    • Use cloudConfig to format disks and mount volumes

  • Module 13 Title vRealize Automation Extensibility
  • Module 13 Content

    • Describe ABX actions
    • Set custom properties
    • Create event topics
    • Create subscriptions
    • Create and use workflows
    • Integrate vRealize Automation with vRealize Orchestrator

  • Module 14 Title vRealize Automation and Kubernetes
  • Module 14 Content

    • Describe Kubernetes
    • Integrate vRealize Automation with Kubernetes clusters

  • Module 15 Title vRealize Automation Monitoring, Logs, and Troubleshooting
  • Module 15 Content

    • Describe different vRealize Automation log files
    • Troubleshoot vRealize Automation
    • Replace a vRealize Automation service pod
    • Snapshot the vRealize Automation appliance

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This five-day, hands-on training workshop provides you with the advanced knowledge, skills, and abilities to achieve competence in troubleshooting the VMware vSphere® 6.x environment. This workshop increases your skill and competence in using the command-line interface, VMware vSphere® Web Client, VMware vRealize® Log lnsight™, and other tools to analyze and solve problems.

Additional Info

  • Certification Course & Certificate
  • Course Code VSTW6.7
  • Price RM11000
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code VCP6-DCV: Foundation 2V0-602 VCP 2V0-21.19
  • Duration 5 Days
  • CertificationInfo VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization (VCP6.5-DCV)
  • Schedule

    20-24 Apr 2020

    2-6 Nov 2020

  • Audience
    • System administrators
    • System integrators
  • Prerequisities

    This course requires completion of one of the following prerequisites:

    • VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization (VCP6.5-DCV)
    • VMware vSphere: Fast Track [V6.5]
    • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.5]
    • Equivalent knowledge and administration experience with ESXi and vCenter Server
    • Experience in working with a command-line interface is highly recommended, as is completion of VMware vSphere: Optimize and Scale [V6.5].

    This course prepares you for the following certification:

    • VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization (VCP6.5-DCV)
  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

    • Use vSphere Web Client, the command-line interface, and logs to diagnose and resolve problems in the vSphere environment
    • Introduce troubleshooting principles and procedures
    • Troubleshoot networking problems and recover from these problems
    • Analyze storage failure scenarios and resolve the problems
    • Troubleshoot vSphere cluster failure scenarios and analyze possible causes
    • Diagnose common VMware vSphere® High Availability problems and provide solutions
    • Troubleshoot problems related to virtual machine migration (VMware vSphere® vMotion®) and improve resource use (VMware vSphere® Distributed Resource Scheduler™)
    • Troubleshoot VMware vCenter Server® problems
    • Identify VMware ESXi™ host problems, analyze failure scenarios, and correct them
    • Troubleshoot faulty virtual machines, including installation problems, snapshot problems, connection problems, and more
  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
  • Module 1 Content
    • Introductions and course logistics
    • Course objectives
    • Describe the content of this course
    • Gain a complete picture of the VMware certification system
    • Familiarize yourself with the benefits of the VMware Education Learning Zone
    • Identify additional resources
  • Module 2 Title Introduction to Troubleshooting
  • Module 2 Content
    • Identify the effects of a system problem
    • Define the scope of troubleshooting
    • Use a structured approach
    • Understand the principles of troubleshooting
    • Follow a logical troubleshooting procedure
    • Examine examples of troubleshooting
  • Module 3 Title Troubleshooting Tools
  • Module 3 Content
    • Use command-line tools to identify and troubleshoot problems
    • Use VMware vSphere® Management Assistant
    • Find and interpret important log files
    • Use vRealize Log Insight for log aggregation, efficient log search, and problem analysis
  • Module 4 Title Networking
  • Module 4 Content
    • Identify the symptoms of network-related problems
    • Analyze and resolve standard switch and distributed switch problems
    • Analyze virtual machine connectivity problems and fix them
    • Examine common management network connectivity problems and restore configurations
    • Identify and prevent potential problems
  • Module 5 Title Storage
  • Module 5 Content
    • Troubleshoot storage (iSCSI, NFS, VMware vSphere® VMFS, VMware vSAN™, and VMware vSphere® Virtual Volumes™) connectivity problems
    • Analyze storage-related logs
    • Analyze hardware malfunction and software misconfiguration scenarios
    • Identify multipathing-related problems, including permanent device loss (PDL) and all paths down (APD)
    • Analyze possible causes, recover from the faulty conditions, and restore storage visibility
  • Module 6 Title vSphere Clusters
  • Module 6 Content
    • Identify and recover from problems related to vSphere HA
    • Analyze and troubleshoot various types of vSphere vMotion problems related to virtual machine migrations
    • Discuss and recover from vSphere DRS problems to achieve proper function and balanced resource use
    • Examine vSphere cluster failure scenarios and possible solutions
  • Module 7 Title Virtual Machines
  • Module 7 Content
    • Analyze and resolve common virtual machine snapshot problems
    • Identify possible causes and resolve virtual machine power-on problems
    • Troubleshoot virtual machine connection state problems
    • Resolve problems seen during VMware Tools™ installations
    • Examine failure scenarios and provide solutions
  • Module 8 Title vCenter Server and ESXi
  • Module 8 Content
    • Understand the vCenter Server and VMware Platform Services Controller™ architecture in vSphere 6.x
    • Identify and resolve authentication problems
    • Troubleshoot VMware Certificate Authority and certificate problems
    • Analyze and fix problems with vCenter Server services
    • Analyze and fix vCenter Server database problems
    • Identify VMware vCenter Server® High Availability problems
    • Examine ESXi host and vCenter Server failure scenarios and resolve the problems
RM11,000.00(+RM660.00 Tax)
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