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Mastering VMware vSphere 6.7 - Second Edition

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Learn
  • Explore the immense functionality of vSphere 6.7
  • Design, manage and administer a virtualization environment
  • Get tips for the VCP6-DCV and VCIX6-DCV exams
  • Understand how to implement different migration techniques across different environments
  • Explore vSphere 6.7s powerful capabilities for patching, upgrading and managing the configuration of virtual environments.
  • Understand core vSphere components
  • Master resource management, disaster recovery, troubleshooting, monitoring and security
About

vSphere 6.7 is the latest release of VMware’s industry-leading, virtual cloud platform. It allows organisations to move to hybrid cloud computing by enabling them to run, manage, connect and secure applications in a common operating environment.

This up-to-date, 2nd edition provides complete coverage of vSphere 6.7. Complete with step-by-step explanations of essential concepts, practical examples and self-assessment questions, you will begin with an overview of the products, solutions and features of the vSphere 6.7 suite.

You’ll learn how to design and plan a virtual infrastructure and look at the workflow and installation of components. You'll gain insight into best practice configuration, management and security.

By the end the book you'll be able to build your own VMware vSphere lab that can run even the most demanding of workloads.

Features
  • Deep dive into areas like management, security, scalability, availability and more with vSphere 6.7
  • Design, deploy and manage VMware vSphere virtual datacenters
  • Implement monitoring and security of VMware workloads with ease
Page Count 756
Course Length 22 hours 40 minutes
ISBN9781789613377
Date Of Publication 7 Mar 2019

Authors

Andrea Mauro

Andrea Mauro has more than 20 years of experience in IT, both in industry and the academic world. He works as a solutions architect and is responsible for infrastructure implementation, architecture design, upgrades, and migration processes. He is a virtualization and storage architect, specializing in VMware, Microsoft, Citrix, and Linux solutions. His first virtualized solution in production was built around ESX 2.x, several years ago. His professional certifications include not only several VMware certifications, but also other vendor-related certifications. He is also a VMware vExpert (2010-18), Nutanix NTC (2014-19), and Veeam Vanguard (2016-19), and he was a Microsoft MVP (2014-16).

Karel Novak

Karel Novak has 18 years of experience in the IT world. He currently works as a senior virtual infrastructure engineer at Arrow ECS Czechia, and is responsible for implementation, design, and complete consultation when it comes to VMware and Veeam. As an instructor of advanced VMware and Veeam, he has delivered many courses. He specializes in VMware DCV, NSX, and, of course, Veeam. He has been using VMware for 12 years and Veeam from the first version. He is a VMware vExpert 2012-2018, VMware vExpert NSX 2016-2018, and a Veeam Vanguard 2015-2019. His highest certifications are VCI-Level 2, VCIX6-NV, VCIX6-DCV, VMCT-Mentor, and VMCA. He is also a VMware Certification Subject Matter Expert.

Paolo Valsecchi

Paolo Valsecchi has worked in the IT industry for more than 20 years, and he currently works as a system engineer mainly focused on VMware vSphere, Microsoft technologies, and backup/DR solutions. His current role involves covering all tasks related to ensuring IT infrastructure availability and data integrity (including implementation, upgrades, and administration).

He holds the VMware VCP65-DCV and Veeam VMCE professional certifications, and he has been awarded the VMware vExpert title (2015-18) and the Veeam Vanguard title (2016-19).

Martin Gavanda

Martin Gavanda has more than 10 years of experience, mainly for service providers offering IaaS solutions based on VMware vSphere products. He was responsible for the design and implementation of IaaS solution in CE region, he has also worked for one of the world's biggest service providers, supervising thousands of ESXi servers across the globe.

Currently, he is working as an independent cloud architect, focusing on large infrastructure projects and practicing as a VMware instructor. For the past year, he has led more than a dozen on-site VMware workshops. He has created several virtual classes focusing on the VMware vSphere platform, with thousands of students subscribed, and he runs his own blog about virtualization and the cloud.