VMware vSphere Labs – Foundations – First Series
Well, I have decided to dub my basic intro into VMware workstation labs as “Foundations” . I, like many others, enjoy discussing and learning about everything. Storage, networking, what I want to achieve, what I am designing for, name a few things you will have to consider in your lab. Sure, there is the easy stand up a lab slap some storage on it, run ESXi, Build vCenter, but for the few, the proud, and the pros… we like to cover it all. This series is pretty much going to go through every bit of that. Yeah, every bit… even the crumbs from the table. So here is the outline and obviously post videos and notes on each. Duly note, that at any time I may add a few dozen more post to foundations as I embark on this journey. I am looking forward to it and I hope you do as well! (Perhaps when I get to it I will do some CommVault vs. Veeam videos when I get a chance – OH, the drama!)
- The different kinds
- The Downloads and what you need to know
- VMware Workstation Storage Considerations
- Networking Considerations and Design
- Installing Custom VMware Workstation 8
- Creating you windows 2008 R2 template VM in VMware Workstation 7 and 8
Yeah, I know who would’ve ever thought a lab took this much thought. It’s just good stuff to think about and if people are board well you got something to do or watch. By the way, some videos have some music others don’t. Again feedback always appreciated!
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Posted on February 17, 2012, in VCP 5, VMware vSphere Lab, vSphere 4, vSphere 5, vSphere Lab and tagged 4, 5, Guide, how to, storage considerations, Tutorial, virtualization, virtualnoob, VMware Foundations, vSphere Labs, Workstation 7, workstation 8, workstation labs. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.