Best Free Vmware Vsphere Courses

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Introduction to Virtualization – One Hour Crash Course

Learn key virtualization concepts that apply to VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V in this beginner course!

Created by Rick Crisci - VMware Certified Instructor, Virtualization Consultant

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Students: 30842, Price: Free

Are you brand new to virtualization? Have you found that many of the training resources out there use complex technical jargon that make it difficult to understand the basic concepts behind virtualization? If you need to learn virtualization quickly and clearly, this is the course for you.

I have taught thousands of hours of live training directly for VMware. Most lectures in this course are 5 - 10 minutes long. This course gives you an understanding of general virtualization concepts. You'll learn how to convert a physical server to a VM. You'll see how the hypervisor provides access to CPU, memory, and storage resources.

If you need to learn VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware Workstation, or any other virtualization technology, this course is the ideal starting point.

Build a VMware Home Lab From Scratch With this Free Course!

Master this step-by-step guide to create a VMware home lab for safe testing and experimenting!

Created by Fettah Ben - Microsoft ADFS, IT Manager.

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Students: 18848, Price: Free

Businesses are compelled to choose cost-effective solutions to minimize the use of resources. Additionally, experimenting with production equipment is never the right answer. Therefore, specialists often build home labs, safe environments for testing without high-cost expenses. Many businesses and developers use VMware home labs. After the introduction of VMware Workstation in 1999, home labs became available for all, not just enterprises aiming for secure testing environments.

Nowadays, millions of developers take VMware lab setup for home for learning to operate new software or incorporating new features into their projects. Nowadays, virtualization is one of the dominant choices for generating virtual versions of devices or systems. VMware is the leading provider of virtualization, and in this course, we will be taking a look at the creation of VMware home labs.

What are the VMware home labs?

Building a virtual machine server can sound expensive and complicated. However, the creation of home labs is less of a struggle than you imagine. First of all, it is necessary to observe the freedom for experimentation that these virtual labs provide. Passionate tech specialists can build safe environments and get hands-on experience in the fields of networking, cybersecurity, or software. Therefore, this VMware ESXi tutorial is versatile to anyone interested in designing their home lab.

What is VMware Workstation?

VMware Workstation is a virtual machine software that creates secure virtual machines. In other words, it lets you run multiple operating systems on a single device. Instead of spending resources on several hardware tools to complement actions on different OS, you can use one device to achieve multipurpose features you need.

What will you find in this course on VMware lab setup for home?

In this course on VMware home labs, we will begin by listing some of the main requirements. First of all, you need to make sure that your processor supports EM64T and VT. Secondly, you should check whether virtualization technology is enabled on your host. Lastly, I will discuss some of the VMware vSphere 6.5 LAB memory requirements. The more powerful CPU you have, the more flexibility your VMware home labs will offer.

This VMware ESXi tutorial is perfectly suitable for beginners in virtualization and creation of home labs. However, if you want to be a competitive IT specialist, home labs are essential for fast and efficient learning. I will explain how you should download the VMware Workstation Player, the ESXi and vCenter Server 6.5, and the Windows ISO images. After the initial steps, we will work towards building a virtual machine server and implementing other steps towards a functional home lab.

Do not skip this chance to learn more about the creation of home labs with VMware! It will not only improve your resume but help your personal growth as well! With that extra experimentation, you will be able to learn and improve your skills!

Vmware and Microsoft Hyper V Fundamentals For Begginners

Specialize Course Design for IT Beginners to Learn Concepts with Hands on Demo 70% Lab Demos For Hands on Skills

Created by Tariq Khan - Cloud | System | Network | Virtualization Expert Consultant

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Students: 3557, Price: Free

Learn fundamental to intermediate skills and theoretical concepts with hands on lab demos for easy understanding for those who want to learn virtualization and gain basic knowledge about types of hyper visor and how this technology beneficial for IT industry and its certification for career growth on Microsoft and VMware platform.

Vmware & Hyper V Implementation Scenarios with Virtual Machines | Virtual Switches and Its Types | Storage.

Discuss is detail about Compute | Storage | Networking.

Types of Virtual Switches External | Internal | Private

Differences between Type 1 & Type 2 Hyper Visors.

Exploring Concepts inside Microsoft server operating systems regarding Hyper V Server 2012 | Server 2016 | Server 2019 and discuss in detail about standard vs data center edition as well.

Virtual machines concepts, configuration and deployments with customization of different features.

Generation 1 vs Generation 2 VMs Types.

Fundamental concepts of virtualization in IT

What is Virtualization brief overview

Types of Virtualization type 1 and type 2 with examples

Vmware latest workstation deployment and configuration

Creating virtual machines VM

Customizing VM

VM settings and Configurations

LAN Connectivity

Vmware Tools overview

Operating System Installation on Virtual Machine

Demo Exploring Networking Features inside Virtualization World

Remote connectivity with VMs

Snapshots and backups operation in virtualization world

Microsoft Hyper V

Type2 Hyper Vsor Limitations For Production Infrastructure

Type 1 Hyper Visor Major Capabilities for Virtualization Industry

Understand Types Of Virtual Swicthes and Implementation Inside Hyper V

Virtual Machine Customization and Adding New Resources

Virtual Machine LAN Connectivity & RDC Connections

Pre Requisites For VM Deployment Inside Hyper V

Operating System Installation on Virtual Machine

Hyper V Installation on Microsoft Server Operating System

Microsoft Hyper V Installation Verification

NVIDIA GRID shared GPU and CUDA for VMware vSphere ESXi

How to setup and configure and NVIDIA GRID cards for Shared GPU and CUDA on VMware vSphere ESXi

Created by Jason Meers - Lead Architect and CTO Ambassador @ VMware

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Students: 2754, Price: Free

A practical walk through of installing and configuring and NVIDIA GRID GPU with vSphere for Horizon, Citrix or CUDA or AI and ML workloads.

This example in the course uses an older NVIDIA K2 as they can be found for very little money on ebay, but is also suitable for other more modern NVIDIA GRID graphics cards.

This course is suitable for users of VMware vSphere ESXi v6.x and v7.x

VMware Basics – Host Client for vSphere ESXi 7

vSphere ESXi 7 and the Host Client web interface for beginners

Created by Jason Meers - Lead Architect and CTO Ambassador @ VMware

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Students: 2243, Price: Free

This course will teach you about the HTML5 "Host Client" interface for managing vSphere ESXi 7 hosts.

This course can be used with both the free and paid for versions of vSphere ESXi 7

We will cover:

- Web Interface

- Hardware

- Monitor

- Manage

- Virtual Machines

- Storage

- Networking

Once you have completed this course please see my other courses on

- VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA)

- Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE)

- The History of the DataCenter - Mainframes to Virtualization

- NVIDIA GRID for Shared GPU and CUDA on VMware vSphere ESXi

VMware Basics – vCenter Server Appliance VCSA

VCSA - vCenter Server Appliance for beginners

Created by Jason Meers - Lead Architect and CTO Ambassador @ VMware

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Students: 1819, Price: Free

This course will teach you about managing Virtual Machines with the vCenter Server Appliance or VCSA.

We will cover:

- Installation of the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA)

- Linked Mode and the Platform Services Controller (PSC)

- How to Add an ESXi Host to a vCenter DataCenter and Cluster

- VM Cold Migration

- VM Live Migration (vMotion)

- Clone a VM to another VM

- Clone a VM to a VM Template

- Create a Customization Spec for a Linux VM

- Create a Customization Spec for a Windows VM

- Create a new VM from a Template and Customization Spec

Once you have completed this course please see my other courses on

- VMware vSphere Host Client

- Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE)

- The History of the DataCenter - Mainframes to Virtualization

- NVIDIA GRID for Shared GPU and CUDA on VMware vSphere ESXi

VMware vSAN Deploy and Manage 6.7 – Exam Questions : 2VB-601

Deploying and managing a software-defined storage solution with VMware vSAN, With real questions and answers

Created by Mohammed Niyas - Technical Expert for Microsoft and VMware

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Students: 822, Price: Free

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

Course Objectives

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

• Outline the tasks for upgrading to vSAN 6.6

• 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

VMware Basics – Graphics and GPUs

An introduction to VM graphics, GPU acceleration and GPU Passthrough

Created by Jason Meers - Lead Architect and CTO Ambassador @ VMware

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Students: 643, Price: Free

In this course you will learn about basic VMware SVGA Graphics in a Virtual Machine

We then cover GPU acceleration using physical GPUs in the server

We then show a graphical comparison of various types of software and hardware cards with gaming benchmark software

Lastly, a more advanced section that walks you though the step required to provide a VM with access to a physical GPU in the server for native graphics performance for Games, CAD/CAM or AI and Machine Learning.