VMware vSphere: Troubleshoot a Deployment + Upgrade a Deployment to vSphere 6.5

VMware vSphere: Troubleshoot a Deployment + Upgrade a Deployment to vSphere 6.5
VMware vSphere: Troubleshoot a Deployment + Upgrade a Deployment to vSphere 6.5
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VMware vSphere: Troubleshoot a Deployment

System admins who have a background in vSphere know that setup and configuration is just the beginning. Beyond that is deployment, implementation, and troubleshooting. This course covers troubleshooting vSphere and deploying virtual machines and resources. Learn how to troubleshoot issues related to virtual machine performance, virtual networking, and shared storage. Get techniques you can use for working with vCenter, virtual machines, ESXi, clusters, and more. This course is an exam preparation resource, as it maps to the VCP6-DCV exam section: Troubleshoot a vSphere Deployment.

Topics include:
• Using vRealize badges and alerts
• Troubleshooting CPUs for memory contention
• Working with lab environments
• Using performance charts and metrics
• vCenter monitoring, maintenance, and connectivity
• Troubleshooting SSO
• Working with esxtop and installing VMware tools
• ESXi management agents, diagnostics, and host health
• Troubleshooting resource contention
• Creating a vSphere distributed switch
• Working with vMotion, NIOC, PVLAN, DRS, and COMA
• Troubleshooting common upgrade issues
• Troubleshooting clusters
• Configuring an HA network

VMware vSphere: Upgrade a Deployment to vSphere 6.5

Upgrading a vSphere deployment is a key skill for any network administrator. In this course, VMware expert Russell Long shows how to tackle the upgrade process, focusing on some of the VMware Certified Professional 6: Data Center Virtualization (VCP6-DCV) exam topics along the way. Russell starts by reviewing necessary prerequisites and the options needed to upgrade the ESXi host and virtual machine. Next, he looks at how to use the Update Manager feature to perform the same updates. Plus, he shows how to upgrade other ESXi components, including tools, hardware, datastores, and a vSphere Distributed Switch. To wrap up the course, Russell walks through the steps of upgrading vCenter Server.

Topics include:
• Manually performing ESXi host and virtual machine upgrades
• Configuring a custom download source for Update Manager
• Importing ESXi images
• Creating baselines or baseline groups
• Attaching baselines to vSphere objects
• Upgrading an ESXi host using vCenter Update Manager
• Upgrading VMware tools, VM hardware, and Update Manager
• Performing vCenter server upgrades

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