Vmware Professional Training


Max Online Training provides VMware certification training for the beginners and the professionals. We can help you understand and build a strong base in VMware with our VMware course online training. The course is so designed that it would help you grow your skills and thus get you better job prospects. There are various courses designed for different needs of the learners. Choose among them and gain the expertise knowledge.

We are having the courses for beginners as well as the VMware online corporate training too. Whether a professional or a beginner you can choose among the materials of VMware.

Here are the things which you will be learning VMware Online Training Course:
  • App modernization with the Kubernetes
  • Virtual cloud network
  • VMware cloud on AWS
  • Cloud foundation
  • Digital workspace
  • Intrinsic security
  • Vcloud director


As it requires a technical knowledge, the students should have the basic universal recognition of the technical skills and the knowledge. This would help you to grow and progress with the group or the course as it progress.

At Max Online Training we offer you expertise industry standard VMware faculties who will provide you the best knowledge. The VMware training in India is getting higher popularity for its wider opportunities.

Job opportunities after completion of VMware

Here are the opportunities you can expect after the successful completion of the course.

It can give you credibility and gains the confidence to change your job. Being a VMware specialist, you can open up a lot of scope for yourself and get your desired job right now/a certification course on VMware will give you chances for:

  • Job change
  • Promotions
  • Boost in the salary package
  • Higher marks on the performance

So boost up the career with the VMware specialization and get a high package in your next promotion.

VMware is the leader in providing different software and applications for virtualization. The products of VMware can be categorized into two levels, server applications and desktop applications. It is useful for running multiple applications and operating systems on a single computer and is used to get high productivity from very few servers. It can also speed up the new application deployments by simplifying IT management.

An agent, which enables communication between VC and ESX server is called vCenter Agent. It is installed on the ESX Server.

The Server Software provided by VMware are of 3 types:

  • VMware ESXi Server
  • VMware Server
  • VMware ESX Server

Virtualization is defined as the process of creating virtual versions of storage devices network devices, servers on a physical host.

There are mainly four types of Virtualization.

  • Presentation Virtualization
  • Storage Virtualization
  • Application Virtualization
  • Network Virtualization

A virtualization interface in between ESXi host and Virtual Machine that stores VMs is called VMKernel. It allocates all the ESXi host resources to VMs such as CPU, memory, storage, etc. It can also control the special services like Fault tolerance, vMotion, traffic management, NFS, and iSCSI. While accessing these particular services, the VMKernel port should configure on ESXi server using a standard vSwitch. The hosted VMs cannot communicate with the ESXi server without using VMKernel.

Fault Tolerance(FT) is referred to as one of the prominent components in VMware vSphere. When ESXi host fails, then FT provides the VMs availability. It can support 64GB memory up to 4vCPUs. It requires 10GB NIC for configuration because of its bandwidth-intensive. It can create the entire VM copy, such as compute, storage, and memory.

A virtualization layer that enables different operating systems in sharing a single hardware host is known as Hypervisor. Each VM or operating system can be allocated in a physical resources CPU, memory, storage, etc.

Mainly there are two types of Hypervisors:

  • Bare-Metal
  • Hosted Hypervisor

Fault Tolerance logging is an option in the settings of VMKernel port, which is almost equal to Vmotion option of the VMKernel port.

The following are the components that are used in VMware infrastructure:

  • ESX Server host (In the lower layer)
  • Virtual Center Server (tracking VM associated images)
  • VMware infrastructure client (enables the communication of client with applications of the user)
  • Web-browser (Accessing Virtual Machines)
  • License Server (Preparing servers in providing applications’ license)
  • Database Servers

VMware Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) balances resources across different hosts under the resource pool or cluster. It enables the rules and policies in deploying the funds, and those resources must be prioritized to VMs.

The .vmdk file is known as a disk descriptor file which is used to describe the memory and size of the virtual disk file. This file contains -flat.vmdk file name in association with hard drive adapter, heads, drive sectors, cylinders etc.

Below are the prerequisites in configuring Vmotion:

  • Every host should meet the requirements of shared storage.
  • Every host must be licensed correctly
  • Shared storage must be on the Storage Area Network (SAN), otherwise implement by using NAS, SAN, and iSCSI.
  • Every host must meet the requirements of networking.
  • The configuration of VMsKernel should happen on every host.
  • While migrating the workloads, use 10 GigE adaptors.
  • Jumbo frames are very much necessary to get the best performance from VMotion.

VMware VMotion is used to migrate the virtual machine running with zero downtime from one physical server to another. It can automatically allocate the resource pools for maximum utilization of hardware. Without any scheduled downtime, it can perform hardware maintenance. It can also migrate the virtual machines from underperforming or failing servers.

VCloud Suite is used to combine the multiple components of VMware to give the capabilities of cloud infrastructure complete set in a single package, including disaster recovery, virtualization, application management, data centre services, etc.

VMware HA (High Availability) is used to configure on the cluster and works in host levels. A High Availability cluster will restart and migrate all the VMs that running under the host level. VMware HA detects and monitors all the hosts of the ESX server.

VMware HA (High Availability) enabled per cluster while VMware FT (Fault Tolerance) enabled per VM basis. In the case of VMware FT, there is no downtime, whereas VMware HA can be powered on and restarted.

The storage availability in VCloud Suite includes: Storage VMotion: It employs proactive storage migration to decrease the I/O bottlenecks of virtual machine storage. Data Protection: It deploys recovery and back-up tool based on the EMC Avamar. Storage DRS: Based on the I/O latency and storage capacity, the storage DRS balances the Virtual Machines. Application HA: It is used to get the high availability on specific applications.

The following are the new features in the latest version of vSphere:

  • Virtual Machine Enhancement
  • vSphere storage Enhancement
  • ESXi Hypervisor Enhancement
  • vCenter Server Enhancement
  • vSphere Networking Enhancement

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is used to connect the end user’s desktop with the help of a thin client. The end-user also can connect the desktop using VMware Horizon view.

In Virtual Machines, the “point in time image” is referred to as a Snapshot. It contains an image of RAM and VMs disk. By using Snapshot, we can go back to the VM at a point of time as you wish. The functionality of the Snapshot can be used to perform VMs image-level backups.

Course Modules :

  • Review course goals
  • Review course objectives
  • Review the course outline
  • Find additional resources after this course
  • Identify the characteristics of servers
  • Specify how to access servers remotely
  • Describe server redundancy and how it benefits data centers
  • Describe the characteristics of storage, including RAID levels, local versus shared storage, and SAN versus NAS storage
  • Describe VMware virtual storage concepts Identify the basic characteristics and components of networks
  • Define database terminologies
  • Describe the fundamental components and concepts behind data center virtualization
  • Compare the components and concepts of traditional architecture and virtual architecture
  • Identify the benefits of virtual architecture
  • Describe the VMware virtualization infrastructure
  • Describe server virtualization concepts
  • Identify vSphere components, including vCenter Server, VMware ESXi™, and VMware vSphere® Client™
  • View and describe virtual network and storage components
  • Describe inventory objects managed by vSphere
  • Describe the main features of vCenter Server
  • Identify the differences between the vSphere Client and VMware vSphere® Web Client interfaces
  • Access, navigate, and customize vSphere Web Client
  • Use vSphere Web Client to monitor and manage vSphere objects
  • Perform searches in vSphere Web Client
  • Describe how roles and permissions can be assigned to users and user groups through vSphere Web Client
  • Create and manage virtual machines
  • Install a guest operating system and VMware Tools™
  • Describe how to use clones and templates to manage virtual machines
  • Describe the importance of content libraries
  • Configure virtual machines
  • Use snapshots to manage virtual machines
  • Describe how raw device mapping enables a virtual machine to directly access and use a storage device
  • Describe virtual machine resource monitoring concepts
  • Use vCenter Server performance graphs and alarms to monitor virtual machine resource usage
  • Describe and monitor tasks
  • Describe, monitor, and manage events
  • Describe, monitor, manage, and acknowledge alarms
  • Describe CPU and memory resource management techniques used in ESXi
  • Use virtual machine resource controls to allocate CPU and memory resources
  • Use resources pools to hierarchically allocate CPU and memory resources
  • Describe a vApp
  • Create a vApp
  • Add objects to a vApp
  • Edit vApp settings
  • Clone a vApp
  • Manage the power operations of a vApp
  • Describe the operation and benefits of vSphere vMotion and vSphere Storage vMotion
  • Use vSphere vMotion to migrate a live virtual machine
  • Use vSphere Storage vMotion to migrate a live virtual machine’s data
  • Describe the operation and scalability benefits of vSphere DRS
  • Configure a vSphere DRS cluster and resource pools
  • Describe the operation and scalability benefits of VMware vSphere® Storage DRS™
  • Describe the operation and cost benefits of VMware vSphere® Distributed Power Management™
  • Describe the operation and availability benefits of vSphere HA
  • Configure a vSphere HA cluster
  • Describe the operation and availability benefits of VMware vSphere® Fault Tolerance
  • Configure a virtual machine for fault tolerance
  • Explain how VMware products and features work together to reduce the costs and improve the efficiency, availability, flexibility, and manageability of your data center
  • Describe the concepts of cloud computing
  • Define the types of cloud computing
  • Differentiate between SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS
  • Explain common IT challenges faced by organizations using cloud computing
  • Describe VMware products that are part of the VMware cloud solution
  • Identify solutions for cloud computing challenges