VMware Server Overview

IT planners, systems designers, business analysts, strategic decision makers, technical engineers

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Expected Duration
60 minutes

Virtualization allows multiple, resource-intensive applications to be run on one physical system. VMware ESX and VMware ESXi are bare-metal hypervisors, which can install directly on top of a physical server, sharing their resources with the host, and with each other. VMware Server is a hosted virtualization platform that can be installed like an application onto an existing server, allowing the creation of multiple virtual machines. This course will examine the features of VMware Server, ESX, and ESXi, along with the current and legacy operating systems that can be installed and used with these virtual environments. The course aims to equip you with the knowledge required to decide which VMware server products best meet your organization’s virtualization needs.


VMware Server, ESX, and ESXi

  • recognize virtualization scenarios suited to the features of VMware Server
  • recognize the system requirements of VMware Server
  • identify the features of VMware Server
  • recognize virtualization scenarios suited to the features of VMware ESXi
  • recognize the features common to VMware ESX and ESXi
  • recognize the differences between VMware ESX and ESXi
  • choose the appropriate VMware server product for a given scenario and ensure its system requirements are met




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