VMware vSAN: Deploy and Manage [v6.7]

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In this three-day course, you focus on deploying and managing a software-defined storage solution with VMware vSAN™ 6.7. You learn how vSAN functions as an important component in the VMware software-defined data center. You gain practical experience with vSAN concepts through the completion of hands-on lab exercises.

60 hrs

Learning Hours

3 Days

Course Duration

Days

09:00am-05:00pm

Timing

Online

Training Format

Guaranteed

Interview Pass

KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  •   60+ Hours of Intensive Hands-On Learning
  •   7 Modules and 40 Lessons
  •   Quizzes and Assessments
  •   40+ Hands On Labs
  •   Mock Interviews
  •   15+ Yrs of Industry Experience and Certified Professionals
  •   1:1 personal career assistance with Industry Experts
  •   Placement and Certification Assistance
  •   Job Ready Resume and Portfolio building
  •   Alumni Support
Description About this course

In this three-day course, you focus on deploying and managing a software-defined storage solution with VMware vSAN™ 6.7. You learn how vSAN functions as an important component in the VMware software-defined data center. You gain practical experience with vSAN concepts through the completion of hands-on lab exercises.

Course Content
  • 7 lecture
o Introductions o Course objectives o Identify additional resources for after this course o Describe the software-defined data center
Describe basic vSAN architecture and components • Describe the differences between file, block, and object storage • Explain the advantages of object-based storage • Detail the configuration of a vSAN cluster • Install and validate the initial vSAN installation and configuration
Apply vSAN design considerations • Detail the expansion of a vSAN cluster • Configure vSAN disk groups manually • Identify physical network configuration requirements • Describe the configuration of vSAN networking • Test and validate the vSAN configuration and functionality • Describe the vSAN architecture and components • Describe the differences between the vSAN hybrid and all-flash architectures • Describe the advantages of all-flash architecture • Describe the space-efficiency features of vSAN • Describe the different vSAN assessment tools • Explain vSAN License Details
• Explain how storage policies work with vSAN • Define and create a virtual machine storage policy • Apply and modify virtual machine storage policies • Change virtual machine storage policies dynamically • Identify virtual machine storage policy compliance status
Explain how to configure encryption in the vSAN cluster • Explain the management of hardware storage devices • Identify alarms for vSAN events • Describe and configure fault domains • Describe the configuration of the vSAN iSCSI service, iSCSI targets, and LUNS
Describe the architecture for stretched clusters and two-node clusters • Create a stretched cluster • Describe how stretched cluster storage policies affect vSAN objects • Create and apply a vSAN stretched cluster policy to meet specific needs • Discuss the behavior of a stretched cluster when various types of failures occur
Discuss hardware failure scenarios • Describe the process of resynchronization • Explain the possible reasons for resynchronization • Describe the use of vSphere Client to detect issues • Explain the use of the health service to monitor vSAN health • Explain the use of the performance service to monitor vSAN performance. • Monitor and test the vSAN environment • Describe vSAN architecture components and the PNOMA OSI model.
Hands On Labs Covered
  • 14 labs

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Create a Data Center 3. Create a Cluster 4. Use Cluster Quickstart to Add Hosts to the vSAN Cluster 5. Use Cluster Quickstart to Configure the vSAN Cluster

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Verify That the 4.50 GB and 6.50 GB Disks of the Hosts Are Flash Disks 3. Create a Disk Group for Each Host in the Cluster 4. Identify and Rename a vSAN Datastore

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Create a Virtual Machine 3. Migrate the Virtual Machine to an iSCSI-Backed VMFS Datastore 4. Migrate the Virtual Machine Back to the vSAN Datastore

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Examine the Default Storage Policy 3. Create a Custom Policy with No Failure Tolerance 4. Assign the Custom Policy to a Virtual Machine 5. Make the Virtual Machine Compliant 6. Compare Virtual Machines with Different Storage Policies 7. Edit the NoFT Policy to Require Two Disk Stripes Per Object 8. Edit Custom Policy to Increase Failure Tolerance to One 9. Create an Invalid Storage Policy 10. Force a Virtual Machine to Deploy with an Invalid Storage Policy

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. View Object Placement Across the Physical Disks in the vSAN Cluster 3. Use the No Data Migration Option to Put the Host in Maintenance Mode 4. Use the Ensure Accessibility Option to Put the Host in Maintenance Mode

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Add a Fourth Host to the vSAN Cluster 3. Configure Host Networking and Create Disk Groups 4. Compare the Old and New Cluster Resources 5. Create Disk Groups for the Fourth Host 6. Check the Noncompliant Third Virtual Machine 7. Demonstrate Disk Group Maintenance Without Maintenance Mode

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Create Three Fault Domains 3. Validate Virtual Machine Compliance 4. Configure the Fault Domains to Make SA-Payload-03 Compliant

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Enable the vSAN iSCSI Service 3. Add an iSCSI Target and LUN to vSAN 4. Connect to the iSCSI Target from the Student Desktop 5. Remove the iSCSI Configuration

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Verify Connectivity to the KMS 3. Register the KMS with vCenter Server 4. Encrypt the vSAN Datastore

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Connect the Witness Appliance to vCenter Server 3. Configure the vSAN Network for the Witness Appliance 4. Remove the Existing Fault Domains 5. Configure a Stretched Cluster 6. Check the Health of the Stretched Cluster and Examine Virtual Machine Component Placement

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Add Hosts to the vSAN Cluster 3. Scale Out Each Site with One Host

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Observe the Effects of the None - Stretched Cluster Storage Policy 3. Observe the Effects of the Dual Site Mirroring Storage Policy 4. Observe the Effects of the None - Keep Data on Preferred Site Policy 5. Observe the Effects of the None - Keep Data on Non-Preferred Site Policy 6. Observe the Effect of Failure Tolerance on Site Disaster Tolerance

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Enable vSphere HA on the Cluster 3. Create DRS Affinity Rules and Groups 4. Simulate a Site Failure 5. Observe the Virtual Machine State

In this lab, you perform the following tasks: 1. Access vSphere Client 2. Simulate a Host Failure to Trigger Health Alerts 3. Monitor the Health Service for Failed Tests 4. View Information About the Failed Network Tests 5. View Information About the Failed Cluster Tests 6. Resolve the Host Failure 7. Verify That the Performance Service is Enabled 8. View Performance Graphs

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  • 60+ Hours of Intensive Hands-On Learning
  • 15 Modules and 40 Lessons
  • 45+ Hands On Labs
  • 5 Quizzes and 2 Assignments
  • 2 Free Mock Interviews
  • VMware job ready resume and portfolio building assistance
  • 1:1 career counselling with Industry experts and mentors
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