In this video, learn how to launch a remote shell session to an ESXi 6.7 host using Putty, as well as how to launch ESXTOP and view and interpret CPU, memory, and other key performance metrics.
- [Rick] In this video I'll demonstrate … how to use ESXTOP to monitor an ESXi hosts. … So, in this video I'm again using … the hands-on lab environment at hol.vmware.comm. … And you can see here this particular lab … is equipped with PuTTY. … And so we've got PuTTY here available to us … and we can launch PuTTY … and we can connect to our ESXi hosts. … So, let me go ahead and close this and start this over. … Here's PuTTY down here at the bottom of the screen. … I'm just going to click it. … And what I'm trying to do is get command line access … to an individual ESXi host. … That's what ESXTOP is all about. … I'm going to get into one particular ESXi host … and I'm going to use ESXTOP to monitor that host. … So, I'm going to load up this session here … and I'm actually going to make a quick change … before I get in there. … I'm just going to increase the size of my font … to make it a little bit easier for everybody to see. … And then I'll go ahead and connect to my ESXi host. … Now, what you can also do …
Note: This series is also designed to prepare candidates for the VMware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtualization 2019 (VCP-DCV 2019) exam.
This course was created by Rick Crisci. We are pleased to host this training in our library.