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VMware ESX Server 3.5 - Deploy, Secure & Analyze
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Virtualization technology is evolving rapidly, increasing the popularity of VMware training. This course is taught by expert trainer Rafiq Wayani. It mixes video lectures, demonstrations, practice exam questions, and printable study guides to help users comprehend the curriculum.
Our VMware ESX Server 3.5 - Deploy, Secure & Analyze training program was developed for VMware Infrastructure administrators with extensive experience. It serves as a continuation of the concepts covered in the VMware ESX Server 3.5 - Install & Configure training program. The following topics are covered in this course: VMware security, server provisioning, high availability, and data protection.
- 3 DVDs that contain instructor demonstrations, video lectures, and full audio
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Rafiq Wayani - Rafiq has spent over 20 years in the IT industry as a Project Manager, DBA, Software Engineer, and Systems Architect. He has presided over many technical classes and designed and setup information systems and computer networks. Rafiq is certified as a Master Netware Engineer, Novell Engineer and Netware Administrator, Trainer, Database Administrator, Application Developer, Systems Engineer, Microsoft Solutions Developer, and he is A+ Certified. Additionally, he is MCP, MCDBA, MCSE, MCT, and MCSD certified.
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Module 1 - Server Provisioning
Scripted Installations: Overview
Scripted Installations: Third-Party Tools
Scripted Installation: Process
Scripted Installation: HTTP, FTP and NFS Considerations
Installations Script: Section Order
Directive Options and Commands
Identifying the Correct NIC Adapter
Locating the Installation Script or Course Media
Individual Physical NIC Configuration
Creating Virtual Switches and Portgroups
ESX Storage Management Commands
Working With VMFS Volumes
Growing Space on a VMFS Volume
Determining Filesystem Usage
The /etc Directory
Setting Up the Service Console to an NTP Client
Module 1 Review
Securing Your Network
ESX Server Configuration Via the Service Console
Securing Your Network VMs
Setting Your Security Profile
Securing the Service Console
VirtualCenter Firewall Placement
Packet Forwarding/Receiving Parameters
Service Console Firewall Considerations
Working with Chains
Important Firewall Configuration Commands
Opening/Closing Individual Service Console Ports
Username/Password Maintenance and Hacker Prevention
Root Account Access Considerations
SSH Login Management
Displaying Warning Messages and Monitoring User Access and Activity
Working with the su and sudo Commands
ESX Server Commands
Limiting Root Account Access
Controlling Access to Network Services
Demo - Command Line Part 1
Demo - Command Line Part 2
Demo - PW Free Login
Demo - Scripted Install
Module 02 - Review
Virtual Machine (VM) Resource Controls
Resource Pool Restrictions and Considerations
Demo - SSH Security
Module 03 - Review
VCB and the Backup Proxy Server
VCB Backup Components
File-Level Backups on MS Windows VMs
Full VM Backups
Command Line Utilities: Proxy Server vs. Service Console
Full VM Backup Files
More Useful Commands
VM Backup Considerations
Clustering and Restoration
Demo - DRS
Demo - High Availability
Module 04 Review
ESX Server Boot Process
The ESXCFG-BOOT Command
Fallback Boot Mode and Kudzu
Fully-Qualified Domain Names
Proper DNS Setup
Increasing the Verbosity of the iSCSI Daemon
The vmkping Command
The vswif and esxcfg-vswif Commands
Export Diagnostics Data
Manually SCP'ing Bundles From the ESX Server
Properly Exporting Diagnostics Data
The esxtop Command
The vm-support Command
Memory and CPU Resources
Booting Your System Into Service Console Mode
HA Cluster Hosts
Increasing the Logging Level of vpxd.log
Static IP Address Configuration
VirtualCenter Environment Variables
Log File Diagnostics
VirtualCenter Server Service Error Messages and Diagnostics
Service Console Open Ports (and Associated Applications)
VirtualCenter Database Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
Module 05 - Review