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Skillshare The Complete VMware vSphere 6.5: Beginner to Advanced Part 1/2

Video Introducing this tutorial

1. Introduction
2. Welcome to VMware Vsphere course
3. How To Build A Virtual Environment
4. Hardware Virtualization
5. VMware vSphere Components and Features
6. Build Your VMware vSphere 6.5 Home Lab
7. VMware Hands On Lab HOL
8. My VMware vSphere 6.5 Lab Setup
9. Downloading VMware Workstation And Hypervisor ESXi 6.5 For Free
10. Create A Virtual Host With The ESXi 6.5 Hardware Requirements
11. ESXi 6.5 Installation Step By Step
12. ESXi 6.5 System Customization: Network management
13. ESXi 6.5 System Customization: Troubleshooting and System Logs
14. Login To ESXi 6.5 With vSphere Web Client
15. Overview of ESXi 6.5 User Interface: Assign a License Key
16. Creating a New Virtual Machine: Choose The Name and The OS
17. Creating a New VM: Thick And Thin-Provisioned Disks, CPU, RAM
18. Overview Of A Virtual Machine Options
19. Vmware Remote Console To Complete The Guest Operating System Installation
20. Maximum Number Of Virtual Machines Per Host
21. Power On/Off A Virtual Machine
22. Install VMware Tools In A Windows Virtual Machine
23. Files That Make Up A Virtual Machine
24. OVF and OVA File Formats and Templates
25. Creating New Virtual Machines For Our Lab
26. Introduction to vCenter Server 6.5: Windows Hardware Requirements
27. Setting Up Domain Controller Functionality
28. Joining The Vcenter Machine to an Active Directory Domain
29. Downloading VMware vCenter Server 6.5 For windows
30. Install vCenter Server 6.5 for Windows
31. Configuring vCenter 6.5 Single Sign On
32. vCenter 6.5 Single Sign-On Web client
33. Overview of vCenter Server 6.5 User Interface
34. Add an ESXi Host to the vCenter Server Inventory (Datacenter)
35. Difference Between ESXi And vCenter Server User Interface
36. Managing ESXi Hosts in vCenter Server
37. Creating A Virtual Machine In vCenter Server
38. Work in Progress Panel
39. Introduction to vCenter Server Appliance 6.5
40. Download and Deploy the VMware vCenter Server Appliance
41. vCenter Server Appliance 6.5 Installer
42. Configuration of vCenter Server Appliance 6.5: SSO and Network Details
43. Log in to vCenter Server and vCenter Server Appliance Management
44. Understanding Clones - VMware
45. Cloning a Windows Virtual Machine: Destination Host
46. Cloning a Windows Virtual machine: Storage Options
47. Create a Customization Specification for Windows in the vSphere Client
48. New VM Guest Customization Specification: Network Configuration
49. Run and Complete The Process of Cloning a VM
50. Cloning a Linux Virtual machine
51. Customization Specification Manager vSphere 6.5
52. Clone a Powered On Virtual Machine
53. Introduction To VMware Template
54. Clone A Virtual Machine To A Template
55. Deploy a Virtual Machine from a Template
56. Clone to Template in Content Library
57. Scheduling a Clone Task
58. Other Scheduler Task Available
59. Virtual Machine Startup
60. Virtual Machine Shutdown
61. Introduction to User Permissions
62. Create User, Manage Permission at ESXi 6.5 Level
63. Create and Customize User Roles
64. Log in With a Custom User Roles
65. Create User, Manage Permission at vCenter Server 6.5 Level
66. Create a New User and Roles at vCenter Server 6.5 Level
67. Virtual Machine Power User
68. Benefits of Having More vCenter Users
69. Create A User for A Specific ChildItem
70. User with Different Roles in Different Items
71. Introduction to Security Profile
72. Security Profile: Firewall Profiles
73. Enabling or Disabling a Service in the Security Profile
74. Enabling or Disabling Lockdown Mode on an ESXi Host
75. Host Image Profile and Host Encryption Level
76. Introduction To Virtual Network Standard Switches
77. Types of Virtual Switch Available in VMware ESXi 6.5
78. ESXi 6.5 Host Networking Concepts Overview
79. The VMkernel, The Port Group and The Physical Adapters
80. Adding More Physical Network Adapter Into Your Lab
81. Configure Virtual Switch Security and Load-Balancing Policies
82. Add a Physical Adapter to A Standard Switch for Redundancy
83. Types of Virtual Standard Switch Connections
84. Create and Manage A New Standard switch From ESXi 6.5 UI
85. Add a Virtual Machine Port Group to a Standard Switch
86. Add a VMkernel Port Group to a Standard Switch
87. Creating a Private Network Port Group
88. Create and Manage a Standard switch From vCenter Server 6.5 UI
89. Overview of vNetwork Distributed Switch concepts
90. Add a New vSphere Distributed Switch
91. Create A New Distributed Port Group
92. Uplink Port Group: Add Hosts to a vSphere Distributed Switch
93. Migrate VMs to Another Network
94. Migrate VMkernel Adapters to Another Network
95. Export and Restore Distributed Switch Configuration
96. Introduction to External and Shared Storage
97. Vmware Storage Technologies Overview
98. vSphere iSCSI SAN components
99. vSphere NFS storage components
100. Fibre Channel (FC) SAN Components
101. Create A New VMFS Local Datastore
102. Freenas & StarWind Virtual SAN
103. StarWind: Create A Virtual SAN
104. Create Target LUNs (Logical Unit Number)
105. Mapping LUN or vSAN to ESXi Host
106. Deploying a Virtual Machine on Virtual SAN (vSAN)
107. Creating and Mapping a Second LUN to ESXi Host