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During this five-day course, you will focus on installing, configuring, and managing VMware
 vRealize® Automation™. You will learn about the configuration and use of the vRealize
 Automation platform, including self-service provisioning and the creation of catalog services
 that include predefined virtual machines, software components, and on-demand VMware
 NSX® networks. This course also covers interfacing vRealize Automation with other systems,
 using VMware vRealize® Orchestrator™ to leverage workflows, and creating approval cycles
 and managing machine lifecycles to conserve resources. In addition, you will better
 understand and know how to achieve the benefits of automation as a component of the
 software-defined data center.

Audience: Experienced system administrators and system integrators responsible for designing and implementing VMware Horizon® solutions

Available Languages: English (US)

Subjects: VMware

Course Detail:

Module 1: Course Introduction
Introductions and course logistics
Course objectives
Module 2: vRealize Automation Overview and Architecture
Describe the software-defined data center
Explain the purpose of vRealize Automation
Explain the concepts of vRealize Automation administration and self-service
Describe where vRealize Automation fits in the VMware product line Discuss use cases for vRealize Automation
Identify the components of a vRealize Automation simple deployment
Identify the components of a vRealize Automation enterprise deployment
Identify the component design options for vRealize Automation
Identify how vRealize Automation integrates with other VMware products

Module 3: Authentication, Fabric, and Tenants
Describe identity management in vRealize Automation
Identify the authentication methods available in vRealize Automation
Identify the appropriate roles for specific tasks in vRealize Automation
Create tenants
Explain multitenant leading practices
Define relationships between vRealize Automation entities
Identify and configure vRealize Automation endpoints
Identify how vRealize Automation discovers compute resources
Identify fabric groups, business groups, and reservations
Create and manage reservations for compute resources

Module 4: Converged Blueprints and Catalog Management
Define blueprints
Identify the process and options for configuring a blueprint
Create a blueprint with a single virtual machine
Create a blueprint with multiple virtual machines
Identify the role of the service catalog
Define catalog items
Use entitlements to manage catalog items

Module 5: Consuming Catalog Services
Request a single-machine service
Monitor the service provisioning status
Reconfigure a provisioned machine
Manage snapshots
Identify roles involved in creating approval policies
Identify approval policy level
Identify approval phases
Create and apply approval policies for catalog items
Use custom properties to modify the provisioning process
Use property groups to group sets of custom properties
Use the property dictionary to modify the provisioning process

Module 6: Integrating VMware NSX
Understand VMware NSX capabilities
Describe the VMware NSX components that vRealize Automation uses
Describe the benefits of VMware NSX integration with vRealize Automation
Integrate vRealize Automation and VMware NSX
Use VMware NSX elements in vRealize Automation blueprints
Module 7: Application Authoring
Understand the lifecycle of a vRealize Automation Application deployment
Author an application blueprint
Deploy an application blueprint from the service catalog

Module 8: Monitoring and Reclamation
Identify how to monitor resource use
Demonstrate how to reclaim resources
Demonstrate how to manage machine leases
Monitor system events

Module 9: vRealize Automation Extensibility
Identify the vRealize Automation extensibility tools
Identify the vRealize Automation extensibility use cases
Use vRealize CloudClient to export a blueprint
Use vRealize Orchestrator
Use vRealize Orchestrator plug-ins for external integration
Describe anything-as-a-service (XaaS) components
Create an XaaS blueprint
Describe how the event broker service enhances extensibility
Identify the appropriate subscription types and options for a subscription
Describe the two event broker event types
Identify the three event broker phases
Illustrate the master workflow
Describe the necessary requirements for passing custom properties to workflows
Explain how the event broker helps with day 2 operations

Pre-Requisite Text:
This class requires completion of one of the following:
VMware vSphere 6.x: Install, Configure, Manage
VMware vSphere 6.x: Fast Track or Equivalent knowledge and administration experience with VMware ESX®/VMware
ESXi™ and VMware vCenter Server™
Experience with working at the command line is helpful

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