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Which training courses should you follow for the transition to vSphere 7.0?

Global Knowledge
  • Date: 10 April, 2020

VMware has launched vSphere 7. Before you transition to vSphere 7, or even during, it's a good idea to attend training. Once you've followed a training course, you're sure you've got the knowledge to make the most out of vSphere 7. Which training courses can you attend in the Virtual Classroom at Global Knowledge?

In this article, Global Knowledge lists a couple of important vSphere 7 training courses. With these courses, you'll make a great start with the new VMware technology.

VMware vSphere: What's New (VMWN)

The three day hands-on VMware vSphere: What's New (VMWN) course guides you through all the new functionalities in VMware vCenter Server 7 and VMware ESXi 7. Global Knowledge recommends this training course to those that already have knowledge of vSphere 6.5 or 6.7 and that want to transfer to vSphere 7.0

During the training course use-case deployment scenario's from the real world are used and you'll do handss-on labs. After the training course you're sure you can administer and implement vSphere 7.

VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage (VSICM)

If you're relatively new to vSphere, the VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage (VSICM) is a great starting point. This training course is also suitable if you want to learn more about vSphere 6.5 and vSphere 6.7 and as a preparation for the VMware VCP-Data Center Virtualization 2020 certification (VCP-DCV 2020).

The VSICM training course is an excellent prepartion if you're in charge of the vSphere infrastructure. It's the foundation for most other VMware technologies in the software defined data centre. Once you've finished this course, the VMware vSphere: Optimize and Scale (VSOS) is the next step the enhance your knowledge

VMware vSphere with Kubernetes: Deploy and Manage (VMVKDM)

In this three day course, the emphasis is on working with and administering Kubernetes in vSphere. You learn how to use vSphere with Kubernetes for Kubernetes clusters and container applications in a vSphere 7 environment. This course is an excellent addition if you're already taking the VMware vSphere: What's New training course.

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