VMware, Inc. is a software company, recognized in the field of system virtualization and cloud computing. VMware’s software allows users to create multiple virtual environments, or virtual computer systems, on a single computer or server. VMware is a virtualization and cloud computing software provider based in Palo Alto, California. Founded in 1998, VMware is a subsidiary of Dell Technologies. EMC Corporation originally acquired VMware in 2004; EMC was later acquired by Dell Technologies in 2016. VMware bases its virtualization technologies on its bare-metal hypervisor ESX/ ESXi in x86 architecture. Now you are aware of what is VMware, let’s discuss Network Kings as an official partner of VMware in the next section. Network Kings is now an official partner of VMware and we will be starting VMware official courses soon.
Network Kings will work in collaboration with VMware to deliver the courses.
VMware would help in building new cloud-native apps, modernizing existing apps, and operating infrastructure that serves them across any cloud.
Fast-track modern app operations with network and security virtualization for WAN, data center, and cloud.
Empower any employee to work from anywhere, anytime with seamless experiences.
Leverage infrastructure across any app, cloud, or device for essential security.
You’ll be able to deliver any application, any cloud from the core and the RAN to the edge and cloud.
Why VMware and What is VMware?
Futuristic Ready Technology: Build business resilience into the core of your organization with solutions for a future-ready workforce, future-ready apps, and future-ready infrastructure.
Flexibility and Choice: Drive complexity out of your technology and prepare for the future with solutions that are engineered to give you the freedom to choose.
Proven Partner for Transformation: Join more than 500,000 customers—including all of the world’s leading companies—who choose VMware to build, run, manage, connect and protect their apps.
Course Objectives of VMware Data Center Virtualization By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
Describe virtualization and virtual machines
Describe vSphere components and the software-defined data center (SDDC)
Explain the concepts of server, network, and storage virtualization
Monitor network and datastore configurations in VMware vSphere® Client™
Deploy, configure, and clone virtual machines
Migrate, monitor, and manage virtual machines
Monitor tasks and events in VMware vSphere® Client™
Recognize how vSphere DRS and VMware vSphere® High Availability improve performance and availability of a vSphere cluster
Working knowledge of operating systems
Understanding of basic network, storage, and computer hardware concepts
Course Objectives of VMware Virtual Cloud Network By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
Explain the basic concepts and features of the software-defined data center and VMware vSphere®
Define network virtualization and software-defined networking
Describe the features, components, and basic architecture of VMware NSX-T™ Data Center
Describe the networking and security capabilities of NSX-T Data Center, including switching, routing, and firewalling
Explain the implementation of networking services such as DHCP, DNS, NAT, load balancing, and VPNs in NSX-T Data Center
Monitor the NSX components and objects from the NSX user interface
Explain the VMware Virtual Cloud Network vision
Prerequisites The course content assumes minimal work experience in the following areas:
0-6 months of hands-on experience operating VMware vSphere and physical networks.
An understanding of basic hardware, network, and storage concepts
Every student begins the learning journey and finally takes the route of becoming a professional VMware products include virtualization, networking and security management tools, software-defined data center software, and storage software.