This lab is an overview of Dockers and Kubernetes and is demonstrating the Kubernetes capability which is available with vSphere with Tanzu. This lab is using vSphere with Tanzu for hosting Kubernetes. In this lab we will introduce the basic concepts of containers in general and docker in particular. We will look at how to implement a simple application in docker and how to use container networking and docker volumes. We will also introduce the concept of container management with a brief overview of Kubernetes. We will briefly touch on the VMware Tanzu portfolio of products and VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) which is the underlying platform upon which this labs docker and kubernetes platform is utilizing. Lastly we will take a quick tour of some of the free educational resources which VMware provides for learning about Kubernetes and the Tanzu Portfolio, Introduction to VMware Learning Platform & Kube Academy and Introduction to TechZone.
Explore an overview of Tanzu for Kubernetes Operations (TKO) diving into some of the many use cases for TKO. to VMware Tanzu for Kubernetes Operations (TKO) simplifies and secures the container lifecycle to speed the delivery of modern apps at scale and addresses the operational requirements for security, visibility, and manageability across clouds. It provides a simplified, consistent approach to container deployment, scaling, and management with tools, automation, and data-driven insights.
VMware Tanzu Application Platform is a single, end-to-end integrated platform solution that enables companies to build and deploy more software, more quickly and securely, through a rich set of developer tooling and a pre-paved path to production. This lab focuses on platform engineers and how they can provide application teams with self-service access to security-approved environments & tools that provide seamless onboarding, learning and consistency across projects. In addition, the lab highlights the role of platform engineers in offering application teams with security-approved, language specific (golden) paths enabling developers to rapidly build & deploy apps/APIs to production.
VMware vSphere 8 includes the next generation of Tanzu Kubernetes. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid 2.0 makes it possible for customers to transform their existing virtual compute infrastructure into an enterprise-ready Kubernetes operating model that extends across data centers and clouds.
See how to deploy Oracle Cloud VMware Solution, and learn establishing connectivity to native Oracle Cloud services and on-premises vSphere environments and using HCX to migrate workloads between environments.
Explore the platform for managing VMs and orchestrating containers, built on full-stack hyper-converged infrastructure.
Explore the two comprehensive cloud-based Disaster Recovery as a Service solutions for the protection of vSphere workloads in on-premises and VMware Cloud on AWS environments.
Explore VMware Horizon's secure cloud-based virtual desktop/app delivery empowering distributed work. Learn to transition from legacy endpoint management in this lab.
Get the opportunity to learn Global Server Load Balancing features of VMware NSX Adv. Load Balancer and modules that cover cross-site high availability and location awareness.
Explore 7 modules focusing on getting started with the NSX-T platform, showing administrators how to configure network and security settings.
Explore an orchestrator that accelerates time-to-market for network functions and services while igniting operational agility through unified automation.
This introductory lab demonstrates the core features and functions of vSphere and vCenter. This is an excellent place to begin your experience with VMware vSphere.
Explore the vRealize Automation self-service portal, and take a walk through a catalog request, demonstrating the approval process and investigate a deployment.
Take the first few steps in your journey to becoming a log guru start with a basic understanding of the Aria Operations for Logs layout. Also learn how to use the Log Explorer for some basic log queries, and view some default dashboards to understand how log data is presented. Use all that knowledge to do some troubleshooting and move onto more advanced topics.
See how VMware Aria Operations for Networks (formerly vRealize Network Insight) delivers intelligent operations for software-defined networking and security to help IT maximize their NSX investments.
Meet our cloud team in this demo as they use VMware Cloud Foundation to quickly provide resources to developers and meet application SLAs.
Deploying vSAN ESA using VMware's "QuickStart" guided cluster creation wizard to streamline the creation of a production-ready vSAN Express Storage Architecture, vSAN's newest all-NVMe architecture..
Explore the components and capabilities within vSAN 8 - VMware's market-leading HCI platform. This lab covers: Storage Policy-Based Management & Availability Performance and Capacity Monitoring & Management Operations & Lifecycle Management Data Encryption & Security
This lab, HOL-2409-22-SDC, vSphere Performance Testing of Workloads, has 3 modules. The first module discusses performance analysis of vCenter Server. Modules 2 & 3 cover two benchmarks, DVD Store and Weathervane, that can be used to measure the performance of database and application workloads respectively.
This lab, HOL-2409-23-SDC - vSphere Performance Testing of ESXi Host Subsystems, has a lot of content, broken down into modules. First, you'll learn about esxtop, a command-line tool you can on an individual ESXi host to monitor subsystems like CPU, memory, disk, and networking. Modules 2 through 5 focus on these subsystems and additional tools and guidance to ensure the performance of your vSphere environment is optimal.
Learn how VMware and hardware vendors’ partnership help offload and accelerate I/O and security functions to cards with DPUs, thereby increasing overall system performance capacity in a cost-efficient manner.
This lab provides tips that cover the most performance-critical areas of vSphere 8.0, and shows how to right-size VMs for your particular environment, so resources are not under or overprovisioned.
Learn Workspace ONE UEM fundamentals for device management, policy distribution, powerful workflows, secure access, and insightful reports.