VMWare

Monitoring & Troubleshooting VMware VSphere 6.0

Donald Bacha
Donald Bacha
CCNP R&S, VCP5-DCV

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Course Description
The Monitoring and Troubleshooting VMware vSphere 6.0 course continues from where the Advanced VMware vSphere 6.0 course left off. You will learn about the configuration of the various vCenter Server settings including SNMP and Logging setup. It then covers the monitoring of the vSphere Infrastructure using performance charts and command line tools. Next you will learn about the configuration of alarms, alarm triggers and alarm actions. This course then covers the need for and usage of the ESXi Dump Collector Service and Syslog Collector setup. Utilizing the vCenter Operations Manager to monitor the vSphere environment is covered next. Finally, towards the end of this course you will learn about various troubleshooting tools that can be used in the vSphere environment.
  • Course
    • Overview & Introduction
      • Overview
      • Course Introduction
    • vCenter Server Settings
      • vCenter Server Settings
    • Monitoring Tools
      • Resource Monitoring
      • RESXTOP
      • Events and Tasks
      • Alarms
    • Logging
      • Logging
      • ESXi Dump Collector
      • Syslog Collector
    • vCenter Operations Manager
      • vCenter Operations Manager :: Part 1
      • vCenter Operations Manager :: Part 2
    • Troubleshooting vSphere Environments
      • Troubleshooting vSphere Environments
Course Outline:
  • Course
    • Overview & Introduction
      • Overview
      • Course Introduction
    • vCenter Server Settings
      • vCenter Server Settings
    • Monitoring Tools
      • Resource Monitoring
      • RESXTOP
      • Events and Tasks
      • Alarms
    • Logging
      • Logging
      • ESXi Dump Collector
      • Syslog Collector
    • vCenter Operations Manager
      • vCenter Operations Manager :: Part 1
      • vCenter Operations Manager :: Part 2
    • Troubleshooting vSphere Environments
      • Troubleshooting vSphere Environments