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Course number HK798S
Length 3 days
Delivery method* Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)
Instructor-led training (ILT)
Onsite dedicated training (OST)
Price USD $2,700
CAD $2,700
*Courses are supported in the delivery formats above, but are not necessarily scheduled in every delivery format listed. Please click the schedule links at the top of the page to see which delivery formats are currently scheduled.

Course overview

This course is designed to guide students through the decision points and policy choices available for designing and implementing a VMware vCloud™ environment. Students will learn to appreciate the effects of design choices in VMware vSphere™, VMware vCloud Director, VMware vCenter™ Chargeback, and the VMware® vShield Edge capability that is included with vCloud Director. The course culminates in a comprehensive workshop on VMware cloud design. This course is 45% lecture, and 55% design lab.


Prerequisites

  • Students must have VCP-level knowledge of vSphere
  • They must also have general-purpose vSphere design experience, with special emphasis on networking and storage
  • Exposure to the product features and functionality of vCloud Director, vSphere, vShield Edge, and vCenter Chargeback is required

Audience

  • Sales partners, customers, consultants, and sales engineers who are responsible for designing public and private cloud architectures with VMware products

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Course objectives

At the end of the course, you should have an understanding of the VMware cloud and be able to:
  • Evaluate and design a multitenant environment to address both private cloud and public cloud customer needs
  • Configure vCloud providers that can accommodate heterogeneous server, storage, and network resources
  • Design a network infrastructure optimized for vCloud
  • Integrate vCloud Director security with existing LDAP systems and design appropriate security hierarchies with security roles
  • Design a vCenter Chargeback implementation

Design Labs

The course is built on four design labs. In the final, 6-hour lab, students will design a complete vCloud architecture on either the service provider model or the private enterprise model.
  • vCloud architecture network design lab
  • vCloud architecture provider design lab
  • vCloud architecture security design lab
  • vCloud architecture design lab

Course outline

Module 1: Course Introduction

  • Introductions and course logistics
  • Course objectives

Module 2: VMware vCloud Director Architecture Review

  • vCloud Director prerequisites
  • Components of VMware cloud infrastructure
  • Logical constructs in vCloud Director
  • Cloud architecture fundamentals

Module 3: VMware vCloud Architecture Models

  • Service provider (public cloud) model
  • Enterprise (private cloud) model
  • Hybrid model
  • Management clusters and resource groups
  • Load balancing
  • Roles and communications in multicell architectures

Module 4: Designing Networks

  • Types of vCloud Director networks
  • vCloud Director Network Isolated networks
  • vCloud Director network pools
  • vCloud Director network management
  • vCloud Director network security

Module 5: Designing Storage

  • vCloud storage resources
  • Storage tiering
  • Segmenting storage based on speed
  • Storage leases
  • Catalog storage
  • Thin provisioning
  • VMware Storage vMotion

Module 6: Designing Providers

  • Consumable resources
  • Virtual datacenters
  • Resource pools
  • Organization and provider virtual datacenters
  • Providers and networking
  • Providers and storage

Module 7: Designing Organizations

  • Organization creation and resource pools in the provider virtual datacenters
  • Accessing multiple provider virtual datacenters from one organization
  • Organization administrator rights and responsibilities
  • vApps
  • Catalogs
  • Organization networks and external networks

Module 8: Designing Security

  • Authentication and authorization
  • Role-based access controls
  • Organization administrators
  • Organization security and LDAP integration
  • Predefined roles
  • Custom roles
  • Module 9: Designing Chargeback

    • Modules of consumption
    • vCenter Chargeback metrics
    • vCenter Chargeback server configuration
    • vCenter Chargeback data collectors

    Module 10: VMware vCloud Architecture Design Review

    • Multitenancy
    • Network design
    • Storage design
    • Provider design
    • Organization design
    • Security design
    • Chargeback design

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