VMware vSphere: Configure Advanced High Availability Features

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VMware vSphere: Configure Advanced High Availability Features

VMware vSphere: Configure Advanced High Availability Features
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 1:42:08 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 273.7 MB

Being able to keep a vSphere virtual environment running is critical. vSphere's High Availability utility allows for high uptime and rapid recovery of failed hosts. This course provides an overview of what it takes to configure advanced vSphere High Availability features to keep your virtual network up and running. Join Russell Long as he explains the basics of clusters and the causes of cluster failures, and explains how to configure HA clusters to perform their best. Find out how to use heartbeats to monitor hosts and how to define failover capacities with admission control. Plus, learn HA best practices for networking, interoperability, and cluster monitoring.

Note: This course will also help you prepare for the Configure and Administer vSphere Availability Solutions domain of the VMware Certified Professional – Data Center Virtualization exam. View the exam blueprint at

Topics include:
  • How vSphere High Availability works
  • The basics of clusters
  • Understanding failure types and failure response
  • Monitoring HA virtual machines and appliances
  • Using heartbeats
  • Creating and configuring clusters
  • Configuring admission control
  • Best practices: Networking, interoperability, and cluster monitoring