vSphere 6.7 Part 07: Resource Management

vSphere 6.7 Part 07: Resource Management
vSphere 6.7 Part 07: Resource Management
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 53m | 241 MB

VMware vSphere is an integral part of any modern networking environment. vSphere offers a virtualized data center that helps administrators scale infrastructure to meet business needs. This course is the seventh in a nine-part series designed to teach you all the essentials of configuring, managing, securing, and troubleshooting a vSphere 6.7 environment with the new HTML5 vSphere Client. In this course, instructor Rick Crisci reviews the foundations of managing resources in vSphere 6.7—including virtual machines, hosts, shares, resource pools, and reservations. Plus, learn how to use the Distributed Resource Scheduler to create clusters, perform resource distribution, migrate hosts and resource pools, and monitor resources.

Table of Contents

1 Resource management
2 Demo Configuring VM reservations and limits
3 Demo Configuring shares on a vSphere 6.7 VM
4 Demo CPU hot plug and memory hot add for VMs
5 Demo VM Performance Charts in vSphere 6.7
6 Resource pools and vApps
7 Create resource pools in vSphere 6.7
8 Expandable reservations in vSphere 6.7
9 Configure vApps for multi-tier applications in vSphere 6.7
10 DRS basics
11 DRS enhancements
12 Create a DRS cluster in vSphere 6.7
13 DRS VM distribution and CPU over-commitment
14 Distributed Power Management (DPM)
15 Migrating hosts and resource pools to a DRS cluster
16 Monitor a DRS cluster in vSphere 6.7
17 DRS affinity rules, groups, and overrides in vSphere 6.7
18 Maintenance mode and DRS in vSphere 6.7