Track Room Location: Room H241, Heritage Hall (Collin College's Preston Ridge campus)
Please note that this is an advanced track, not an introductory track. We urge you to take a close look at the prerequisites below, especially the detail about having prior vCloud Director experience.
This course demonstrates to technical personnel how to deploy VMware® vCloud Director® for a small private cloud environment and manage the ongoing operation of the deployment. The course focuses on the private cloud in an engineering or quality assurance solution. The course covers all of the fundamentals needed to install, configure, and manage any small private cloud with vCloud Director. This course is the prerequisite for other courses that cover more advanced vCloud Director configurations in enterprise deployments.
After completing this course, you should understand the features and operation of vCloud Director and be able to do the following:
If you haven't taken “VMware vCloud Director: Essentials/Fundamentals [V5.1],” for the pre-req you can view a free 3.5 hour video here:
Timur Mirzoev is an Associate Professor of Information Technology Department at Georgia Southern University, College of Information Technology. Dr. Mirzoev heads the International VMware IT Academy Center and EMC Academic Alliance at Georgia Southern University. Some of Dr. Mirzoev’s research interests include server and network storage virtualization, cloud systems, storage networks and topologies. Currently, Dr. Mirzoev holds the following certifications: VMware Certified Instructor, VMware Certified Professional 5, EMC Proven Professional, LefthandNetworks (HP), SAN/iQ, A+, VCP-Cloud.
1 Course Introduction
2 VMware vCloud Director Architecture and Components
3 VMware vCloud Networking
4 VMware vCloud Providers
5 VMware vCloud Director Organizations
6 Basic Security
7 Managing Cloud Resources
8 Managing VMware vSphere Resources
9 Monitoring VMware vCloud Components
10 Organization Users
11 VMware vCloud Director Installation
Please note that content is subject to change or modification based on the unique needs of the track participants in attendance.