VMware VCP-DCV vSphere 7: vSphere Storage & Datastores
VMware vSphere 7
4 Videos | 1h 32m 11s
- Includes Assessment
- Earns a Badge
In this course, you'll review key terminology that you need to understand to work with vSphere Storage. You'll learn about storage protocols and storage device types you should be aware of in order to deploy and use storage mechanisms with vCenter. You'll examine how to configure and use an iSCSI software adapter to mount an iSCSI backed storage target from an ESXi host using the vSphere Client. Next, you'll look at how to create and manage VMFS datastores, including how to create and manage a VMFS datastore using the vSphere Client from within the vCenter Server Appliance. You'll also learn how to create and manage NFS datastores. This course is one in a series that helps prepare learners for the VMware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtualization 2021 (VCP-DCV 2021) exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
describe advantages and disadvantages of different vSphere storage optionsdifferentiate between different vSphere storage technologiesrecognize key terms associated with vSphere storageselect the best storage solution to meet business needsidentify differences between different vSphere storage optionsidentify prerequisites to configuring iSCSI datastores in vSphererecognize how to configure an iSCSI software adapterrecognize how to deploy storage mechanisms in vCenter
configure VMFS datastores to meet business needscreate a VMFS datastore in the vSphere clientidentify datastore information available in the vSphere Clientmanage VMFS datastores over the lifetime of a vSphere installationcreate NFS datastores in the vSphere clientcreate secure connections when building an NFS datastore in the vSphere Cvalidate VMFS datastores in the vSphere Client
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