Time
2 hours 58 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
3

Video Transcription

00:00
Hi there.
00:02
It's already the end of module two.
00:05
Let's Rico.
00:06
We've seen three installation methods for years. Exciting,
00:10
but only wealth, Um, is supported by Vienna, where any production environment
00:15
and that's the bare metal installation where your *** I is directly installed on the hardware.
00:21
Then we've seen that these inter server appliance has two major components.
00:26
The V Center server itself, which is the management role,
00:30
and the platform service's controller, which is the authentication and domain controller role.
00:36
To get access to re center, you must authenticate against single sign on service on the PSC.
00:43
Then we've seen how to install Fi Center server and how the Windows installation was deprecate ID in favor of the appliance installation.
00:53
And the appliance can be deployed in two ways. The embedded be a sea deployment for a single site
01:00
where the center and the PSC run on the same virtual machine.
01:04
And then there is the external be a sea deployment for multiple sites where V Center and the PSC run on separate virtual machines.
01:12
So far, so good.
01:15
But before we move on to the next model, let me test your memory and retention skills. Here are some questions for you.
01:23
First question.
01:26
What is the default I p configuration off years excise management interface.
01:30
Is it the F C P or static?
01:34
The second question, what are two diploma types? Offi center server appliance
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is it unleaded Pearcy
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external PSC
01:45
extended PSC or entangled Piercy? That's a good one.
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Third question
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What is the international number off the center server Instances that can be linked to an external Pearcy.
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Is it 10 15 or 2000
02:02
fourth? Question What V Center Service lets you install? Yes. Exile on multiple host simultaneously
02:10
is it s S o
02:13
auto Deploy
02:14
V P x d
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or V P X A
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No.
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Pause the video and write down your answers.
02:23
We're going to discuss The answer's in the next slide.
02:28
Now First question your ***. I will always try to get an I p address dynamically
02:32
unless you set it statically in the d. C. Y
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so D f C p is the default i p configuration for the management interface. So answer a is correct
02:44
Second question if you go back a little bit to the beginning off this video, we said that there are two deployment options for the re center server appliance. There is the embedded PSC installation, where the center and the PC on the same virtual machine
03:00
and off course. This is the preferred installation for a single site data center.
03:05
And then there is the external PSC installation, where V Center and the PSC are on separate virtual machines, and this is the preferred installation for a multi side data center.
03:16
So answer is A and B are correct
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That question
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the emotional number off the center instances that can be linked to an external BSC is 15.
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Remember, this is called in hast Link mode or E l M.
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But there's also an embedded in has think mode,
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where you can link up to 10 the centers of instances but toe unembedded BSC instead of an external BSC. So answer B is correct.
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Fourth question.
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If you've got hundreds of service on which wanting story is excites simultaneously, then you use are to deploy, which is a V center. Service
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V, P x, d and V P X A are also re center service is, but they serve another purpose,
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and the S S O is not a reason to service but a PSC service.
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So answer be auto Deploy is the correct ful.
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That's it.
04:15
Thanks for watching. And I'll see you in the next model.

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