VMware Training in Chennai

VMware is a virtualization and cloud computing software. VM actually stands for virtual machines, its widely installed operating system in compatible computers and servers that can host other operating system. Most advanced technology that powers multiple operating systems in single computer or server at same time.  As industries continue to use VMware technology, there is massive demand for skilled and VMware certified professionals. It has revolutionized the IT industry and minimizes expenditure invested on IT infrastructure. Virtualization technology will increase the flexibility, agility and scalability while reducing expenditure. Workloads can be deployed quickly.  We are proud to say that Hope Tutors is a top notch VMware Training center in Chennai. This course is designed to ensure that you learn & master the concepts of VMware. Our in-house VMware trainer is having trained and placed 100s’ of professionals. Our VMware Training course is 100% real-time with assured placement.

Best Online VMware Training

Online training has become an easy mode to learn by sitting in your location. Well equipped with Trainers and Technology to provide best online VMware training by  Hope Tutors. We assure that you master in VMware with our training.

Who should attend VMware Training?

  • Students
  • IT freshers
  • IT professionals
  • Other programming language developers
  • Software developers as well as beginners
  • Management market employers
  • Persons who completed any degree
  • Cloud developers
  • Virtual machine code professionals

Job Opportunity VMware

Professionals and Students with good VMware knowledge are on high demand in many leading IT companies. Whether you want to fast-track your career with a high salary or looking for a job abroad, learning VMware is an ideal choice.

 VMware Course Certification

  • We will provide you VMware course certification under the name of Hope Tutors.

Reach us today through call / email / chat to know more about our VMware training and schedule free demo. Hope Tutors wishes you good luck for your career growth.

Course Curriculum

Installation of VMware vSphere GUI
VMware Vsphere Introduction 00:00:00
Features of VMware Vsphere 00:00:00
Comparsion between VMware Vsphere 6.0 and Vsphere 5.5 00:00:00
Install the vSphere Client 00:00:00
Configuring VMware ESXi
Connect to an ESXi host with the vSphere Client 00:00:00
View host hardware configuration 00:00:00
Configure DNS and routing information for an ESXi host 00:00:00
Configure an ESXi host as an NTP client 00:00:00
Configure an ESXi host to use directory services 00:00:00
Working with Virtual Machines
Create a virtual machine 00:00:00
Install a guest operating system in a virtual machine 00:00:00
Identify a virtual machine’s disk format and usage statistics 00:00:00
Install VMware Tools on a virtual machine installed with a Windows operating system 00:00:00
Configuring the vCenter Server Appliance
Configure the VCVA for first use 00:00:00
Install vSphere license keys 00:00:00
Create a vCenter Server inventory datacenter object 00:00:00
Create vCenter Server inventory folder objects 00:00:00
Add your ESXi host to the vCenter Server inventory 00:00:00
Configure the vCenter server appliance to use directory services 00:00:00
Use the vSphere Web Client to log in to the vCenter Server Appliance 00:00:00
Standard Virtual Switches
View the current standard virtual switch configuration 00:00:00
Create a standard virtual switch with a virtual machine port group 00:00:00
Attach your virtual machine to a virtual switch port group 00:00:00
Accessing iSCSI Storage
Add a VMkernel port group to a standard virtual switch 00:00:00
Configure the iSCSI software adapter 00:00:00
Accessing IP Storage
Configure access to NFS datastores 00:00:00
View iSCSI and NFS storage information 00:00:00
Managing VMware vSphere VMFS
Review your shared storage configuration 00:00:00
Change the name of a VMFS datastore 00:00:00
Create a VMFS datastore 00:00:00
Expand a VMFS datastore to consume unused space on a LUN 00:00:00
Remove a VMFS datastore 00:00:00
Extend a VMFS datastore 00:00:00
Using Templates and Clones
Copy Sysprep files to the vCenter Server appliance 00:00:00
Create a template 00:00:00
Create customization specifications 00:00:00
Deploy a virtual machine from a template 00:00:00
Clone a virtual machine that is powered on 00:00:00
Modifying a Virtual Machine
Increase the size of a VMDK file 00:00:00
Adjust memory allocation on a virtual machine 00:00:00
Add a raw LUN to a virtual machine and verify that the guest operating system can see it 00:00:00
Rename a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory 00:00:00
Expand a thin-provisioned virtual disk 00:00:00
Migrating Virtual Machines
Configure vCenter Server to manage multiple ESXi hosts 00:00:00
Migrate virtual machine files with Storage vMotion 00:00:00
Create a virtual switch and a VMkernel port group for vMotion migration 00:00:00
Verify that your ESXi host meets vMotion requirements 00:00:00
Verify that your virtual machines meet vMotion requirements 00:00:00
Perform a vMotion migration of a virtual machine on a shared datastore 00:00:00
Managing Virtual Machines
Unregister a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory 00:00:00
Register a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory 00:00:00
Unregister and delete virtual machines from disk 00:00:00
Take snapshots of a virtual machine 00:00:00
Revert to a snapshot 00:00:00
Delete an individual snapshot 00:00:00
Use the Delete All function in Snapshot Manager 00:00:00
Managing vApps
Create a vApp 00:00:00
Power on a vApp 00:00:00
Remove a vApp 00:00:00
Access Control
Try to log in directly to the ESXi host 00:00:00
Grant non administrator access to a user 00:00:00
Explore the ESX Admins AD group 00:00:00
User Permissions
Create a custom role in vCenter Server 00:00:00
Assign permissions on vCenter Server inventory objects 00:00:00
Verify permission usability 00:00:00
Resource Pools
Create CPU contention 00:00:00
Create a resource pool named Fin-Test 00:00:00
Create a Resource Pool named Fin-Prod 00:00:00
Verify resource pool functionality 00:00:00
Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance
Create CPU activity 00:00:00
Use vCenter Server to monitor CPU utilization 00:00:00
Undo changes made to your virtual machines 00:00:00
Using Alarms
Create a virtual machine alarm that monitors for a condition 00:00:00
Create a Virtual Machine Alarm that monitors for an event 00:00:00
Trigger virtual machine alarms and acknowledge them 00:00:00
Disable virtual machine alarms 00:00:00
Using vSphere High Availability
Create a cluster enabled for vSphere HA 00:00:00
Add your ESXi host to a cluster 00:00:00
Test vSphere HA functionality 00:00:00
Determine vSphere HA cluster resource usage 00:00:00
Manage vSphere HA slot size 00:00:00
Configure a vSphere HA cluster with strict admission control 00:00:00
Prepare for upcoming labs 00:00:00
Configuring VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance
Prepare the virtual machine 00:00:00
Enable Fault Tolerance logging 00:00:00
Activate Fault Tolerance 00:00:00
Test Fault Tolerance 00:00:00
Disable Fault Tolerance 00:00:00
VSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler
Create load imbalance 00:00:00
Create a DRS cluster 00:00:00
Verify proper DRS cluster functionality 00:00:00
Create, test, and disable an affinity rule 00:00:00
Create, test, and disable an anti-affinity rule 00:00:00
Create, test, and disable a virtual machine to host affinity rule 00:00:00
VMware vSphere Update Manager
Install Update Manager 00:00:00
Install the Update Manager plug-in into the vSphere Client 00:00:00
Modify cluster settings 00:00:00
Configure Update Manager 00:00:00
Create a patch baseline 00:00:00
Attach a baseline and scan for updates 00:00:00
Stage patches onto ESXi hosts 00:00:00
Remediate the ESXi hosts 00:00:00
Installing VMware vCenter Server
Install vCenter Server 00:00:00

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    Thank you very much Balaji sir…

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    I have successfully completed my training in a friendly environment. My trainer is very friendly and supportive. I hope this will help to build my career in a better way.

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