BCS Students Trained on VMware vSpher V6.7

The Department of Computer Science at Kardan University organized a two-week (October 5 - 19, 2019) training on VMware vSpher V6.7, which includes basic to advanced features for BCS students. Mr. Zabiullah Atal, led the training workshop.

VMware vSphere 6.7 is the next-generation infrastructure technology for next-generation apps. With vSphere 6.7 organizations can run, manage, connect, and secure their applications in a shared operating environment across clouds and devices. vSphere 6.7 introduces features that elevate organizations' experience to an entirely new level.

The topics covered in the training workshop consisted:

• Virtualization and VMware vSphere fundamentals
• Design and plan a Virtualization Infrastructure
• Deployment Workflow and ESXi Installation
• Fundamentals of VMware vSphere Virtual Machine (VM)
• Deploying VM’s and managing VM’s
• vCenter Server Appliance Component and Installation
• Configuring and Managing vSphere 6.7

Parwiz Afzali, a participating student, said, “The practical training we took today was quite useful, and I hope that the BCS Department will arrange more of such programs in the future as well.”

Zohra Khwaja, a BCS student stated: “I truly thank Kardan University for providing such opportunities – which allow us to remain updated with new features, motivates and brings us confidence and interest in our field.”

The students thanked Mr. Atal for sharing his knowledge and experience on virtualization infrastructure, and the vital role it plays in today’s fast-changing world of technology. They also appreciated Kardan University for organizing such courses to equip them with the latest updates on IT related developments.