VMware View 5.1: Desktop Fast Track

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Beschreibung

Seminarziele Dieses BootCamp ist eine Kombination aus den VMware-Trainings "VMware View 5.1: Install, Configure, Manage" und "VMware View 5.x: Design Best Practices" zum Thema Desktopvirtualisierung mit VMware View 5.1. Es behandelt folgende Komponenten der VMware View Produktsuite: VMware View Manager, VMware View Composer und VMware ThinApp.

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Tirol, Österreich
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Basel Stadt, Schweiz
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Friedrich Str., 50, 10117, Berlin, Deutschland
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Königsallee, 14, 40212, Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW, Deutschland
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Platz Der Einheit , 1, 60327, Hessen, Deutschland
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· Voraussetzungen

Vorkenntnisse Voraussetzung sind erste Erfahrungen mit VMware vSphere 5.1 und der Besuch des Kurses "VMware View 5.1: Install, Configure, Manage".

Themenkreis

Schulungsinhalt Die Trainings-Schwerpunkte werden nach Ihrem persönlichen Beratungsgespräch festgelegt. In diesem Training sind folgende Themen vorgesehen:

Course Introduction
Introductions and course logistics

Course objectives Introduction to VMware View
View features and components

View Connection Server
Installation and configuration

View Desktops
View Agent
PCoIP and Remote Desktop Protocol remote display protocols
USB redirection and multimedia redirection

View Client Options
View Client
View Client with Local Mode
Thin clients and zero clients
Virtual Printing with View Clients

View Administrator
Configuring the View environment
Managing users, sessions, and policies
Configuring and provisioning automated pools of desktops
Role-based delegated administration
Monitoring the View environment

Configuring and Managing Linked Clones
View Composer operations
Deploying and provisioning linked-clone desktops
Managing linked-clone desktops
Managing persistent disks

Local Mode Desktops
Configuring local-mode desktops
View Transfer Server and the Transfer Server repository
Local-mode operations

Managing View Security
Network configuration and authentication options
Configuring the View security server

View Persona Management
Configuring user profiles with View Persona Management
View Persona Management and Windows roaming profiles
Configuring a View Persona Management deployment
Best practices for a View persona Management deployment

Command-Line Tools and Backup Options
The vdmadmin utility
Client systems in kiosk mode
Backing up the View databases
Restoring the View databases

View Connection Server Performance and Scalability
Replica connection servers
Performance considerations and load balancing

VMware ThinApp
Using ThinApp to capture applications
Deploying and updating ThinApp packages
Virtualizing Internet Explorer 6 for use on a Windows 7 system
Managing ThinApp applications in View

Course Introduction
Introductions and course logistics
Course objectives

Design Methodoloty
General design process
Elements of a successful View solution
A design process for View solutions

Use-Case Definition
Identifying use cases and their characteristics
Options for collecting performance data

Pool and Desktop Design
Mapping use cases to View pools
Design decisions for pool configurations
Configuring and optimizing virtual desktops

Remote Display Protocols
Designing the access infrastructure
Comparing PCoIP and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) design considerations
Determining when to use PCoIP optimization controls
Configuring PCoIP tuning parameters for a use case

View Pod and Block Design
Designing the View infrastructure
Choosing an authentication solution
Designing a load-balancer solution

VMware Infrastructure Design
Mapping View infrastructure requirements to vSphere 5
Sizing VMware ESXi™ hosts for CPU and memory
Sizing VMware® vCenter Server™ systems
Sizing network capacity for PCoIP and RDP

Storage Design
Designing the storage solution
Sizing datastores based on capacity and performance metrics
Deploying tiered storage for View Composer linked clones

End-User Session and Client Device Design
Managing end-user personas and sessions
Best practices for using Active Directory in a View environment
Designing a View Persona Management solution
Selecting client devices




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