In this video, Russ Long covered how his lab infrastructure is constructed. Learn the interfaces we will be using and the infrastructure we will be working with throughout the course.
- [Instructor] So before we get started,…I want to give you a small tour…of the lab we're working in.…First, we will be logging in using the IP address…of our vCenter server.…At the top of the browser you can see…I've already entered the address for my environment.…In this course we will focus on using…the vSphere Web Client…since the desktop client has been…diminishing in functionality with each consecutive version.…Now let's go ahead and log in.…Now please note that at the beginning of 5.5…and in later versions, ESXi requires the use…of the UPN format, or User Principal Name.…
This is the user name and at symbol and then the domain.…It doesn't have to be an active domain,…just the domain you set up during the initial configuration…of vCenter server.…Now as you can see we're at the Home screen currently.…I'm going to take a look at our Hosts and Clusters…so I'm going to click on that now.…Here we now see a list of inventory objects on the left.…First, we're going to focus on the infrastructure.…These are my true physical servers.…
- An overview of DRS
- Migrating virtual machines and thresholds
- Configuring DRS
- Creating and editing clusters
- Working with Storage DRS cluster features
- Managing DRS cluster resources
- Enabling Distributed Power Management
- Troubleshooting DRS
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. DRS Overview
2. Inner Workings of DRS
3. Configuration of DRS
4. Managing DRS Cluster Resources
5. Distributed Power Management
6. Troubleshooting DRS
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