vSphere 6.7 Part 04: Securing a Deployment

vSphere 6.7 Part 04: Securing a Deployment
vSphere 6.7 Part 04: Securing a Deployment
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VMware vSphere is an integral part of any modern networking environment. vSphere offers a virtualized data center that helps administrators scale infrastructure to meet business needs. This course is the fourth in a nine-part series designed to teach you all the essentials of configuring, managing, securing, and troubleshooting a vSphere 6.7 environment with the new HTML5 vSphere Client. In this course, instructor Rick Crisci reviews the foundations of securing your vSphere deployment. Learn how to configure and use vCenter 6.7 Single Sign-On (SSO) to grant access to multiple solutions with a single login. Plus, find out how to configure virtual machine encryption and storage policies, set up encrypted vMotion, invoke Secure Boot, configure the security profile of an ESXi host, enable lockdown mode, and more.

Table of Contents

1 Securing a deployment
2 vCenter 6.7 Single Sign-On
3 Demo vCenter 6.7 Single Sign-On
4 Demo Configure vCenter 6.7 roles and permissions
5 Demo VM encryption for vSphere 6.7
6 Demo Secure boot and encrypted vMotion in vSphere 6.7
7 Demo Working with ESXi 6.7 host firewall and services
8 Demo Lockdown mode on an ESXi 6.7 host