VMware vSphere

A server virtualization platform from VMware. VMware vSphere debuted in 2009 as the successor to the company’s flagship VMware Infrastructure solution, and it serves as a complete platform for implementing and managing virtual machine (VM) infrastructure on a large scale.

Also referred to as a cloud operating system or virtualized data center platform, VMware vSphere enables IT departments to efficiently place application workloads on the most cost-effective computer resource available.

VMware vSphere includes the VMware ESX / ESXi hypervisor, a type 1 hypervisor that functions as the virtualization server; the VMware vCenter Server, which manages vSphere environments; the VMware vSphere Client, which is used to install and manage virtual machines through the hypervisor; and VMware VMFS, the file system component from VMware.

VMware vSphere Network Design Course Includes:

  • VMware vSphere Network Design Basics
  • VMware vSphere Network Design – Case Study
  • VMware NSX Network Virtualization Basics
  • VMware NSX Network Virtualization – Case Study

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