VMware vSphere 5 – Part 1: vCenter Server Administration
Anyone wishing to learn the fundamental features, functions, and capabilities of the VMware vSphere product suite collection of products in order to provide a full array of enterprise virtualization functionality; systems engineers, system administrators, vSphere operators and support personnel, and ESXi operators and support personnel.A good understanding of system administration on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 or Microsoft Server 2008 operating systems experience would be of benefit. Experience equivalent to or greater than CompTIA Network+ and with Linux Server operating systems is strongly recommended.
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On a scale of 1 to 10 in importance, security should always rate close to a 10 in setting up and managing a vSphere environment. Even though VMware has increased the capabilities and features that come with it’s products, these same products and features must ?t within the security policies applied to other servers. Most of the time, ESXi and vCenter Server ?t easily and nicely within those security policies, but sometimes the process is a bit of a challenge. Under Administration, vCenter Server has screens for managing roles, viewing and managing current sessions, licensing, viewing system logs, managing vCenter Server settings, and viewing the status of the vCenter Server services.
This course examines the tools and techniques that will help you ensure your vSphere environment appropriately follows the security policies of your organization by discussing the administrative features of vCenter Server.
Roles, Permissions, Sessions, and Licensing
System Logs and vCenter Server Settings