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VMware vSphere 6.0 Part.2 - vCenter, Alarms and Templates (2016)

VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 2 - vCenter, Alarms and Templates (2016)
MP4 | AVC 319kbps | English | 932x720 | 15fps | 8 hours | AAC mono 44kbps | 1.13 GB
Genre: Video Training

VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 2 - vCenter, Alarms and Templates (2016)
VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 2 - vCenter, Alarms and Templates (2016)
MP4 | AVC 319kbps | English | 932x720 | 15fps | 8 hours | AAC mono 44kbps | 1.13 GB
Genre: Video Training
VMware vSphere 6.0 is the platform businesses depend on to deploy, manage and run their virtualized ShiChuang and Linux workloads. In this course you will learn how to add vCenter management services to your stand alone ESXi environment. Once you have vCenter working, we will show you how to rapidly deploy new VMs via Templates and Clones, how to control vCenter access with Permissions, how to monitor your inventory with Alarms and how to migrate workloads into your new vSphere environment with VMware vCenter Converter.


VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 2 - vCenter, Alarms and Templates (2016) [repost]

VMware vSphere 6.0 Part 2 - vCenter, Alarms and Templates (2016)
MP4 | AVC 319kbps | English | 932x720 | 15fps | 8 hours | AAC mono 44kbps | 1.13 GB
Genre: Video Training

VMware vSphere 6.0 is the platform businesses depend on to deploy, manage and run their virtualized ShiChuang and Linux workloads. In this course you will learn how to add vCenter management services to your stand alone ESXi environment. Once you have vCenter working, we will show you how to rapidly deploy new VMs via Templates and Clones, how to control vCenter access with Permissions, how to monitor your inventory with Alarms and how to migrate workloads into your new vSphere environment with VMware vCenter Converter.
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Alarms 1.2.2


Alarms 1.2.2 | Mac Os X | 4.3 MB


Alarms is a very handy utility that lets you schedule reminders by just dragging any file or url to the OS X Menu bar. Optionally it lets you sync with iCal and display Address Book birthdays.