Nous serions heureux de vous conseiller !
+33 1 84 19 32 26     info@flane.fr

Formations en ligne en classe virtuelle, e-learning
et autres méthodes pour votre télétravail

En savoir plus

VMware Cloud Foundation: Management and Operations [V4.0] (VCFMO4)

 

Résumé du cours

This three-day course includes instruction on the capabilities of VMware Cloud Foundation™ to manage and operate hybrid and cloud infrastructures, which includes customization and management. The course explains the architecture of VMware vCloud Foundation and explains licensing, certificates, VMware vSAN™, maintenance, and multi-instancing. The course also covers workload domains, workload migration, availability, and troubleshooting.

In general, you learn how to use and configure VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.

Product Alignment
  • VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.x
  • VMware vSphere 7
  • VMware NSX-T™ Data Center 3
Moyens Pédagogiques :
  • Réalisation de la formation par un formateur agréé par l’éditeur
  • Formation réalisable en présentiel ou en distanciel
  • Mise à disposition de labs distants/plateforme de lab pour chacun des participants (si applicable à la formation)
  • Distribution de supports de cours officiels en langue anglaise pour chacun des participants
    • Il est nécessaire d'avoir une connaissance de l'anglais technique écrit pour la compréhension des supports de cours
  • Accessibilité aux Personnes en Situation de Handicap – nous contacter
Moyens d'évaluation :
  • Évaluations formatives pendant la formation, à travers les travaux pratiques réalisés sur les labs à l’issue de chaque module
  • Évaluation sous forme de questionnaire à l’issue de la formation

A qui s'adresse cette formation

Experienced system administrators, system integrators, and consultants responsible for implementing and managing VMware Cloud Foundation

Pré-requis

This class requires system administration experience with VMware vSphere deployments or completion of one of the following courses:

Objectifs

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

  • Describe VMware Cloud Foundation architecture
  • Use SDDC Manager to perform operational tasks
  • Describe user roles in VMware Cloud Foundation and VMware vSphere®
  • Manage users and passwords using VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Manage certificate rotation for VMware Cloud Foundation components
  • Use Active Directory integration to automate certificate generation and rotation
  • Describe workload domains
  • Manage workload domains in VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Manage VMware NSX-T™ for VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Describe use cases for Application Virtual Networks (AVNs)
  • Meet VMware vSphere® with Kubernetes requirements
  • Deploy a vSphere with Kubernetes enabled workload domain
  • Manage vSAN storage in a workload domain
  • Create vSAN storage policies
  • Describe Cloud Native storage
  • Describe the importance of business continuity measures in VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Plan appropriate backup and restore workflows for VMware Cloud Foundation components
  • Implement stretched clusters in VMware Cloud Foundation workload domains

Contenu

Course Introduction
  • Introductions and course logistics
  • Course objectives
VMware Cloud Foundation Overview
  • Describe the VMware Cloud Foundation 4 solution
  • Describe VMware Cloud Foundation 4 architecture
  • Identify VMware Cloud Foundation 4 components
  • Describe VMware Cloud Foundation 4 topology
  • Define VMware Cloud Foundation 4 terminology
Post Deployment Operations
  • Integrate VMware Cloud Foundation with VMware vCenter® Single Sign-On
  • Configure user accounts in VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Manage passwords in VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Describe the two roles in VMware Cloud Foundation
Licensing
  • Add license keys to the VMware Cloud Foundation inventory
  • Assign license keys
  • Remove license keys
  • Replace expiring licenses
Managing Workload Domains
  • Define a workload domain
  • Create, scale, and delete workload domains
  • Describe use cases for multiple clusters in a workload domain
  • Manage storage options for workload domains
  • Plan and implement network pools for consumption by workload domains
  • Compare multiple workload domains and multi-cluster options
VMware Cloud Foundation Networking with NSX-T
  • Discuss NSX-T automation in VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Discuss NSX-T in the Management Domain
  • Learn About Application Virtual Networks (AVNs)
  • Use of AVNs in the Deployment Parameter Sheet
  • Other AVN uses
Kubernetes Enabled Workload Domains
  • Describe vSphere with Kubernetes
  • Describe vSphere with Kubernetes containers. pods, and supervisor clusters
  • Configure Namespaces
  • Implement vSphere with Kubernetes in a Workload Domain
VMware Cloud Foundation Storage Management
  • Identify vSAN architecture and components
  • Describe vSAN file services
  • Discuss how to scale vSAN clusters in VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Explain how storage policies work with VMware Cloud Foundation vSAN clusters
  • Discuss external storage as supplemental storage
  • Describe Cloud Native Storage
  • Describe vSphere with Kubernetes for Cloud Native Storage consumption
VMware Cloud Foundation Certificate Management
  • Describe the initial deployment state of certificates
  • Manage SDDC certificate rotation
  • Describe certificate creation options
  • Describe certificate rotation using Active Directory
  • Use SDDC Manager to create Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs)
Workload Migration
  • Explain migration use cases
  • Describe migration tools and methods
  • Describe VLAN bridging using VMware NSX®
  • Discuss the advantages of using VMware vSphere® Replication™ with VMware Site Recovery Manager™
Life Cycle Management
  • Describe the role of SDDC Manager in lifecycle management
  • Describe the different LCM options available in VMware Cloud Foundation 4
  • Describe the upgrade prerequisites and upgrade precheck process
  • Upgrade VMware Cloud Foundation software and components
  • Describe the role of VMware vRealize® Suite Lifecycle Manager™
VMware Cloud Foundation Troubleshooting
  • Use SOS commands to perform health checks and log bundle operations.
  • Create service requests using best practices
  • Troubleshoot failed workflows using log files and token IDs
  • Restart services using the correct procedures
  • Avoid common user errors
Formation en ligne

Durée 3 jours

Prix (Hors Taxe)
  • 2 070,– €
Formation en salle équipée

Durée 3 jours

Prix (Hors Taxe)
  • France: 2 070,– €

Actuellement aucune session planifiée