VMware VCP-DCV vSphere 7: Managing & Deploying VMs

VMware vSphere 7    |    Intermediate
  • 3 videos | 1h 14m 38s
  • Includes Assessment
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In this course, you'll examine the key aspects of virtual machine management, including a review of some of the settings that are useful for optimizing your VMs. You'll compare templates and cloning, examining when each would be the right choice to use to deploy VMs. You'll learn how to use cloning to create a copy of a VM and how to use a template to deploy a VM. Finally, you'll explore use cases for content libraries and how to use a template from the library to deploy a VM into your production data center. This course is one in a series that helps prepare learners for the VMware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtualization 2021 (VCP-DCV 2021) exam.


  • Recognize system information used to manage and optimize vms
    identify methods used to manage unassociated virtual machine files
    identify steps used in managing the lifecycle of a virtual machine
    recognize vm hygiene best practices
    identify best practices for optimizing vms upgraded from previous versions of vsphere
    Identify options available when creating a clone
    identify methods of identifying templates in your infrastructure
  • recognize management processes in which clones and templates are used
    recognize the differences between clones and templates
    Identify advanced configuration options for vcenter libraries
    recognize the use cases for content libraries
    recognize how to connect publish and subscribe to content libraries
    recognize how to create a content library


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    1.  Virtual Machine Management
    28m 47s
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    2.  Using Templates and Cloning to Deploy New VMs
    22m 48s
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    3.  Using Content Library Templates to Deploy VMs
    23m 3s


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