VMware vSphere Mastery: Build and Manage Virtualized Infra

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What you’ll learn

  • Introduction to virtualization and VMware vSphere
  • Students will learn the basics of virtualization technology
  • How vSphere fits into the overall virtualization landscape
  • Students will gain a deep components, including the ESXi hypervisor, vCenter Server etc
  • Resource Management: Students will learn how to manage and allocate resources such as CPU, memory, storage etc to virtual machines
  • Storage Management: Students will learn about storage options in vSphere, including Fibre Channel, iSCSI, NFS, and VMFS
  • Networking: Students will learn how to create and manage virtual networks in vSphere, including virtual switches, virtual NICs, and virtual switches.
  • Virtual Machine Management: Students will learn how to create, manage, and migrate virtual machines, as well as how to perform basic operations
  • High Availability : Students will learn how to implement high availability solutions in vSphere, including vSphere HA, vSphere DRS etc.
  • By the end of the course, students should have a comprehensive understanding of how to install, configure, and manage a vSphere environment


  • Basic understanding of Operating System and Computer Networking


This Course is primarily designed for anyone interested in  Server Virtualization

Why this VMware vSphere Mastery Course? 

Demand for skilled professionals in virtualization: With the rise of virtualization in the IT industry, companies are seeking professionals who are proficient in managing and maintaining virtualized environments. By mastering VMware vSphere, you can position yourself for career advancement opportunities in fields such as virtualization, cloud computing, and data centre management.

Comprehensive course content: A VMware vSphere Mastery course should provide a comprehensive understanding of virtualization, including topics such as installation, configuration, management, and troubleshooting of virtual machines. This will give you the skills and knowledge you need to confidently work with VMware vSphere in a professional setting.

Expert instructor: The course is taught by an experienced professional who has real-world experience This will ensure that you are learning from experts who can provide valuable insights and guidance.

Hands-on learning: In addition to lectures and demonstrations, the course should provide opportunities for hands-on learning, such as lab exercises and case studies. This will give you the chance to apply what you have learned and gain practical experience working with VMware vSphere.

Certification: By taking a VMware vSphere Mastery course, you can prepare for certifications such as the VMware Certified Professional (VCP) certification.

Upon completion, you will receive a certificate to showcase your achievement. This can enhance your credentials and demonstrate your expertise to potential employers.

The course will be available to you for a lifetime  so that you can refer to it whenever you need assistance  even after getting a Job  and working on projects


“This course is amazing and the way you explain terms are upto the mark.. hightly appriciated your efforts…it was really good practicle knowledge…” Amit Verma

” One of the best lecturers. He used to present the lectures very nicely and the way of conducting classes was impressive. Very knowledgeable and cooperative . He is good at explaining in a very understandable way. The notes provided are precise. He is always reachable even after the class /course and eager to help if there is any doubt” – Sharmin Akhter

“I have been trained CCNA course by Mohammed. He has the ability to explain complex concepts in a simple and understandable way. Admired by his technique when performing Practical Labs and Troubleshooting the issues. I will look forward to learn more from him in future “- Ramesh S


Section 1: Introduction

About Course

How to get the most out of this course?

Section 2: Regarding virtualization

What is Virtualization?

Types of Virtualization?

Section 3: Traditional Data Centers

Traditional Way To Deploy The Servers

Is Installing Multiple Applications On One Server Possible?

Drawbacks of Installing Multiple Applications On One Server

One is to One Ratio Advantages

Drawbacks of Traditional Data Centers

What Is The Reason Of Installing The Traditional Data Center

What Solution do We Need?

Server Virtualization Is The Solution

Section 4: Virtualization History

Section 5: Regarding VMware

What is VMware?

First Company To Virtualize x86 Architecture

VMware Customers

VMware Products

Section 6: Regarding vSphere

What is vSphere?

What is Hypervisor?

Hypervisor Types

Type 2 Hypervisor

Type 1 Hypervisor

Section 7 : Regarding ESXi

What is ESXi?

ESXi Shares The Resources With VMs


VMware host client

ESXi Versions and Hardware Compatibility Guide

Requirements of Our Labs

ESXi Installation

Accessing ESXi Host Remotely and Exploring The ESXi Options

Configuring ESXi Host

Creating A Virtual Machine

Installing Windows Server Operating System On VM

Installing vm tools and Exploring options

What are different Virtual Machine Files

What are Roles and How to assign the existing roles to users?

How to create new roles and assign them to users?

Installing Second ESXi Host

Section 8 : vCenter Server

What is vCenter Server?

Other Uses Of The vCenter Server?

Installing vCenter Server, Creating Datacenters and Adding Hosts

vCenter Server Options

Section 9 : Cloning

What is Cloning and How to create it?

What is Template and How to Create it?

Template Options

Section 10: Vmware vSphere Networking Basic Concepts

Network and Networking

Editing vSwitch

Virtual Switch Ports

Editing vSwitch Settings MTU and Security

Editing vSwitch Settings NIC Teaming

Section 11 : Storage Area Network (SAN)

What is SAN and its types?



NAS and SAN Lab

Creating Standard Switch From vCenter Server

Section 12: Migrating VMs

Cold Migration

When we perform Cold Migration?

What is vMotion?

When should we use vMotion?

When Should We Use vMotion?

What are the vMotion Prerequisites?

vMotion Lab

Storage vMotion with Lab

What is Enhanced vMotion?

Enhanced vMotion Lab

Section 13 :  About High Availability (HA)

What is High Availability (HA)?

High Availability Needs Cluster

What is a cluster?

Cluster Heartbeat

How vSphere HA reacts to Host Failure?

How vSphere HA reacts to Network Isolation?

Selecting Master and Slave

HA against Operating System and Applications

Section 14 : About DRS

What is DRS?

DRS and Storage DRS

DRS Affinity and Anti-Affinity Rules

DRS Does 3 Tasks

DRS Prerequisites

DRS  Labs

DRS Affinity and Anti-Affinity Lab

What Is Predictive DRS?

Section 15: About Proactive HA

What is Proactive HA?

DRS relation with Proactive HA

Proactive HA Modes

Section 16: About Snapshot

What is Snapshot and its scenarios

Understanding Scenario 1 and 2  With Examples

Snapshot Lab

Section 17 : Virtual Machine Settings

Virtual Hardware

VM Options

Section 18: What Is Host Profile With Lab

Section 19 : Advanced Networking Concepts

Standard Switch Drawbacks

What is Distributed Switch?

Distributed Switch: Port Groups

Distributed Switch Architecture

Distributed Switch Lab

Distributed Switch: General Settings

Distributed Switch: Advanced Settings

Distributed Switch:  Traffic Shaping Settings

Private VLAN

Private VLAN Groups

Who this course is for:

  • vSphere course is suitable for anyone who is interested in virtualization and cloud computing, and who wants to deepen their knowledge and skills in this area.
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