Need to learn about vSphere networking, but don’t want to read documentation all day? I can help!
A lot of people learn about vSphere, but most forget to learn about the virtual switches – Virtual Standard Switch, and the Virtual Distributed Switch (VSS and VDS). Whether you’re setting up a lab at home, or you’re trying to manage a production vSphere environment, this course will prepare you! I take a different approach than most courses, often starting with a slide or two, and then diving lab demonstrations.
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•”One of the Best courses I took on Udemy”
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My name is Mike, and people know me as the VMware (and NSX) guy. I’ve got years of experience with both Cisco and VMware technologies, including two CCIE certifications, and most importantly, I have struggled through learning this stuff – so I know exactly how to make you a pro! I have taught this same curriculum to many students around the world, and I’ve now created this course based on that curriculum just for Udemy!
In this course we’ll start with the basics of VSS vs. VDS, talk about how to implement them, and most importantly – actually configure both virtual switches! We’ll modify uplinks, set load balancing methods, and even configure Network I/O Control for system traffic (such as vMotion), as well as individual Virtual Machines.