Learning VMware Horizon 7.x [Video]
You will learn how to design, install, and manage a VMware Horizon environment using practical examples and following best practices.
VMware Horizon 7 enables you to deliver applications and virtual desktops to your end-users, allowing them to access their workspace environments from anywhere and at any point in time, using any device. This course will take you from being a beginner to being able to centrally manage your desktops, using the latest version of VMware Horizon 7. The video starts with an overview of the architecture and latest features of VMware Horizon 7, including building your own lab environment so you can get hands-on with the course.
You will also learn how to design and deploy your Horizon 7 environment. Finally, we will build two operating systems, optimize them for your VDI, and then walk you through the different methods of delivery for the instant clone, linked clone, and full clone options.
By the end of the course, you will be equipped to create desktop resources by using Horizon Desktop Pools and fine-tune the end user experience, to ensure the best optimization from your virtual desktops.Style and Approach
This course provides in-depth content balanced with practical tutorials that put the theory into practice. The focus is on giving you both the understanding and practical examples that will allow you to master the art of creating desktop resources using VMware Horizon 7. You'll also learn about hardware and software requirements you'll need to meet to configure and set up VMware Horizon 7. This course also explains the new features rolled out in the latest version and how to upgrade to it.
|Course Length||5 hours 46 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||30 Mar 2019|
|Design and Deployment Considerations – Phase 2: Project Definition|
|Design and Deploy|
|VMware Horizon Reference Architecture – Pod and Block|
|VMware Horizon Cloud Pod Architecture (CPA)|
|vSphere Design for Horizon|
|VMware Horizon View Management Architecture Design|
|Virtual Desktop Machine Design Considerations|