These labs provide hands-on training in the skills needed to install, configure and manage VMware vSphere® using a variety of vSphere functions and features.
The NETLAB+ VMware vSphere ICM pod is used to support the VMware vSphere Install, Configure, Manage 5.5 labs.
These labs are also available as an NDG Online hosted lab offering.
Please review the content-specific requirements for VMware vSphere ICM labs.
A lab addendum for each lab provides detailed guidance on performing the labs using a NETLAB+ system. Please note that the sequence of the lab addenda differs slightly from the sequence of the VMware vSphere Install, Configure, Manage 5.5 labs. This is necessary in order to provide compatibility with NETLAB+. The labs should be performed in the order of the lab addenda as shown in the table below.
|1||Configuring the Vmware vSphere Web Client|
|2||Configuring the Vmware vSphere vCenter Server Appliance|
|3||Configuring Vmware ESXi|
|4||Working with Virtual Machines|
|5||Access Control - NETLAB+ SUPPLEMENTAL LAB1|
|6||Creating Folders in Vmware vCenter Server|
|8||Accessing iSCSI Storage|
|9||Accessing NFS Storage|
|10||Managing Vmware vSphere VMFS|
|11||Using Templates and Clones|
|12||Modifying a Virtual Machine|
|13||Migrating Virtual Machines|
|14||Managing Virtual Machines|
|15||Managing Vmware vSphere Apps|
|18||Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance|
|20||Using vSphere High Availability|
|21||VMware Vsphere Distributed Resource Scheduler|
|22||Configuring VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance|
1This lab is NOT part of the VMware vSphere 5.5 Install, Configure, Manage course; however, it contains configuration tasks that are necessary in order to complete the lab series, using a NETLAB+ system.