Tune in to the webcast to get an in-depth look at the benefits of building a modern, software-defined infrastructure based on VMware vSphere 6.5.
A modern infrastructure consists of a fully virtualized, software-defined IT environment, including compute, storage, and networking, plus unified management. The latest version, vSphere 6.5, supports both existing and next-gen applications with a simplified customer experience, built-in security, a universal application platform, and proactive data center management. It provides the foundation for a modern infrastructure that provides:
Flexibility – A common infrastructure with unified operations and management lets you choose the best placement of workloads across private and public clouds.
Agility – Gain faster IT service delivery and response to business needs.
A future-proof environment – Run traditional enterprise applications and new cloud-native applications on the same platform.
Learn tips and tricks on how to identify and troubleshoot common issues encountered with VMware Site Recovery Manager. Topics will include
You will also learn how Site Recovery Manger authenticates with the Platform Services Controller and vCenter Server.
James Doyle is a Staff Technical Support Training Specialist with VMware’s Technical Support University. He has worked with VMware for 6 years, starting in their support teams taking cases on vSphere Storage & Networking, VMware Site Recovery Manager and VMware Data Protection. After moving to the training teams, James continued to focus on training development and delivery on VMware Site Recovery Manager, vSphere and vSAN.
VMware webcast on 27 July 2017 on vSAN Troubleshooting Tools, Tips and Tricks.
Attend this 60-minute webcast and the topic are listed below.
VMware vSAN architecture.
Troubleshooting tools you need based on actual customer use cases.
Effective troubleshooting techniques used by the VMware Technical Support Team
Speakers Francis Daly
Staff Technical Support Training Specialist
Francis Daly is a Staff Technical Training Specialist working in VMware’s Technical Support University. Francis trains VMware’s technical staff on all things storage. VMware vSAN has been one of Francis’s passions since it was firstreleased. Francis holds VCP 4, 5, 6 AND VCAP-DCA certifications.
OpenSAP Enterprise MOOCs: Learn anywhere, anytime and on any device at free of cost…
How can you balance your busy work schedule, while learning how SAP innovations could potentially transform your business? With openSAP, of course! Whether you’re an SAP professional, developer, consultant, entrepreneur, professor or student you can keep up to date with the latest innovations from SAP
openSAP is SAP’s innovative learning platform and a thought leader for Enterprise MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses).
openSAP gives you maximum flexibility to learn at your convenience. Compared to traditional e-learning, it provides you with an engaging and effective learning experience through gamification and by connecting you with other learners and SAP experts.
openSAP courses are free of charge (except for optional system access) and are offered in English. See our openSAP course listings for more information.
Make the right deployment choices with optimized workloads.
Accelerate your competitive advantage by extending your workload strategy on IBM Cloud. Now it is easier than ever before with IBM Cloud’s new unified cloud platform IBM Bluemix. Tap into IBM’s infrastructure and platform services through a simplified, single sign-on experience.
Whether you’re supplementing your on-premise infrastructure with off-premise resources, splitting your workload between single-tenant and multi-tenant servers, or segmenting your app tiers between bare metal and virtual servers, IBM Bluemix is your cloud solution of choice.
Key takeaways from the webinar
•New Features of Bluemix Infrastructure: How to deploy in minutes
•Flexibility: How to Scale your cloud up and down on demand
•Integration: “All-in-One” Direct Link with from same Data Centre
•Performance: Save money while delivering in real-time
Learn how IBM Bluemix Infrastructure delivers to fit your needs with a higher degree of customization, transparency, predictability, and automation.
Date: 02 February 2017
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Speaker: Avinaba Basu, Brand Specialist – IBM Cloud IaaS
Red Hat OpenStack Technical Overview (CL010) is a series of on-demand, online videos to help you better understand the basics of cloud computing and Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform. Several online demonstrations and use cases are included.
This course is available in English (as well as closed-captioned for English), Japanese, French, German, Chinese, Spanish, Korean, and Italian.
Make use of this opportunity and join the webcast on 22 November 2016 for VMware vSphere 6.5 Training:
November 22, 2016
Choose a time that best suits your schedule and location.
08:00 AM – 9:00 AM PDT
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM BST
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM SGT
This vSphere 6.5 Training: What’s New webcast will provide a high level look at the new features in vSphere 6.5 and why those features are important in today’s data centers. Additionally, we will discuss the latest vSphere 6.5 instructor led classes from VMware Education Services with a focus on the new vSphere: What’s New [V5.5 to V6.5] course. This hands on class is designed to help you and your organization realize all of the benefits of updating your existing vSphere infrastructure to vSphere 6.5.
Senior Education Product Manager
Andrew has been with VMware for over ten years, working extensively with vSphere and related technologies. He is VCAP-DCA and VCAP-DCD certified, the product manager for a number of courses including VMware vSphere: Design and Deploy, and a key contributor to VMware certification programs.
Some things have changed in Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7 in the areas of directories, file system structure, and systemd as it relates to service control.
Did you know that /usr was so named for being the Unix System Resources directory? Learn how this, and the other top-level directories, are used by Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7. Additionally, we’ll be taking a look at systemd, which will be especially helpful if you’ve not yet started with systemd. We’ll cover design and some everyday commands and tasks.
Join this webinar in which we’ll cover these topics:
Identifying top-level directories and usage
Reviewing changes to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 file system structure
The architecture and moving pieces of systemd as it relates to service control
Some handy systemctl commands
Scott McBrien, technical product manager, Online Training, Red Hat
Neil Anderson over at Flackbox.com has written a guide giving step-by-step instructions on how to build a full NetApp ONTAP 9 lab. It’s all built with free virtualized software meaning you can build and run it for free of cost.
It features two NetApp simulator clusters along with Windows and Linux clients and it’s networked via a VyOS router. It gives you a working replica of a production storage environment which you can use for testing or study.
Download Link : http://www.flackbox.com/netapp-simulator/
Lab Topology Diagram
Lab Topology Notes
IP Addressing Tables
VMware Workstation Player Install
VyOS Router Build
NetApp Simulator Build
Windows Server Build