Cloud Management and Automation Design Exam (3V0-732)


800USD

4 Weeks

Course Overview

This extended-hours training course equips you with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to design and deploy a VMware vSphere® 6.5 virtual infrastructure. You follow a proven approach to design and deploy a virtualization solution that is available, scalable, manageable, and secure, and that uses VMware best practices.

Some Features

This course discusses the benefits and risks of available design alternatives and provides information to support making sound design decisions. In this course, you practice your design skills by working with peers on a design project.

You also deploy components of a completed vSphere design. This course is based on VMware ESXi™ 6.5, VMware vCenter Server™ 6.7and VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) 7.3

Prerequisites

Completion of the following courses:

VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.x]

VMware vSphere: Optimize and Scale [V6.x] VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) 7.3 Or equivalent experience with vSphere deployments

Course Modules

  • Objective 1.1 - Gather and analyze business requirements
  • Objective 1.2 - Gather and analyze use cases
  • Objective 1.3 - Differentiate requirements, risks, constraints and assumptions
  • Objective 2.1 - Map Business Requirements to the Logical Design
  • Objective 2.2 - Map Service Dependencies
  • Objective 2.3 - Build Availability Requirements into the Logical Design
  • Objective 2.4 - Build Manageability Requirements into the Logical Design
  • Objective 2.5 - Build Performance Requirements into the Logical Design
  • Objective 2.6 - Build Recoverability Requirements into the Logical Design
  • Objective 2.7 - Build Security Requirements into the Logical Design
  • Objective 3.1 - Consider vRealize Automation Deployment Characteristics
  • Objective 3.2 - Design a vRealize Automation Backup
  • Objective 3.3 - Incorporate the use of additional products and tools into a vRealize Automation Design
  • Objective 4.1 - Determine Use Cases for Multi-Tenancy
  • Objective 4.2 - Determine identity source requirements for a tenancy design
  • Objective 4.3 - Choose an authentication mechanism based on requirements
  • Objective 4.4 - Assign system wide and tenant specific roles based on administrative functions
  • Objective 4.5 - Represent an Organization Structure with Business Groups
  • Objective 4.6 - Identify a Notification Design based on Requirements
  • Objective 5.1 - Provide an Endpoint Design
  • Objective 5.2 - Compute Resource Design
  • Objective 5.3 – Provide a Fabric Group Design
  • Objective 5.4 – Provide a Network Profile Design
  • Objective 5.5 – Provide a Reservation Design
  • Objective 6.1 – Provide a Custom Property Design
  • Objective 6.2 – Provide an IaaS Blueprint Design
  • Objective 6.3 – Evaluate XaaS capabilities for use with a given design
  • Objective 7.1 – Address functional requirements that cannot be delivered through out of the box functionality
  • Objective 7.2 – Design Event Broker Integration
  • Objective 8.1 MYSTERY BOX
  • Objective 8.2 – Determine entitlements needed for a given design
  • Objective 8.3 – Determine approval policy requirements for a given design

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