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VMware Virtual SAN: Deploy and Manage Course January 16, 2014

Posted by vbry21 in VMware Training, vSphere 5.5.
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On the VMware 5.5 courses we talk about the new VMware Virtual SAN technology, generally this topic proves to be quite popular and I get asked where delegates can get more information.

A really good resource is VMware’s Hands on Labs site. This site allows you to play with VMware technologies via some pretty decent Labs.

http://labs.hol.vmware.com and select the vSAN lab.

Also check out VMware’s Storage Blog.

http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/storage

Finally and most relevant to me as a VMware Certified Instructor, VMware have released a 2 day VMware Virtual SAN: Deploy and Manage course.

The course covers the following.

Course Objectives

 

By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

Define the key components of a software-defined data center

 

  • Identify benefits of software-defined storage solutions
  • Compare and contrast disk types and storage technologies
  • Explain file, block, and object-oriented storage
  • Identify Virtual SAN requirements, use cases, and architecture components
  • Plan and design a Virtual SAN deployment
  • Configure Virtual SAN clusters
  • Identify benefits of storage policy-based management
  • Scale a Virtual SAN deployment based on storage needs
  • Monitor Virtual SAN
  • Troubleshoot Virtual SAN
  • Identify the integration of Virtual SAN with the VMware product portfolio

 

For more information check out the following web site

 

VMware Virtual SAN: Deploy and Manage

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