VMware Tanzu Mission Control: Management and Operations 2022 – Cloudthat VMware Tanzu Mission Control: Management and Operations 2022 – Cloudthat

Course Overview

This two-day VMware Tanzu Mission Control: Management and Operations 2022 training course from CloudThat teaches you to use VMware Tanzu® Mission Control™ to provision and manage Kubernetes clusters. The course covers how to apply access, image registry, network, security, quota, and custom policies to Kubernetes environments. For cluster provisioning and management, the course focuses on deploying, upgrading, backing up and monitoring Kubernetes clusters on VMware vSphere® with Tanzu. Given the abstractions of VMware Tanzu Mission Control, the learnings should be transferrable to public cloud. 

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe the VMware Tanzu Mission Control architecture
  • Configure user and group access
  • Create access, image registry, network, security, quota, and custom policies
  • Connect your on-premises vSphere with Tanzu Supervisor cluster to VMware Tanzu Mission Control
  • Create, manage, and backup Tanzu Kubernetes clusters
  • Perform cluster inspections
  • Monitor and secure Kubernetes environments

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Key Features

  • Our training modules have 50% -60% hands-on lab sessions to encourage Thinking-Based Learning (TBL).
  • Interactive-rich virtual and face-to-face classroom teaching to inculcate Problem-Based Learning (PBL).
  • VMware certified instructor-led training and mentoring sessions to develop Competency-Based Learning (CBL).
  • Well-structured use-cases to simulate challenges encountered in a Real-World environment.
  • Integrated teaching assistance and support through experts designed Learning Management System (LMS) and ExamReady platform.
  • Being a VMware Authorized Training Reseller, we offer authored curriculum that are at par with industry standards.

Who Should Attend

  • Operators and application owners who are responsible for deploying and managing policies for multiple Kubernetes clusters across on-premises and public cloud environments.

Prerequisites

  • Experience deploying and managing multiple Kubernetes clusters
  • Experience with Kubernetes RBAC, network policies, resource quotas, and Pod Security Policies
  • The provisioning lesson in the course relies on VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid™, so the attending one of the following courses is recommended:
  • VMware vSphere with Tanzu: Deploy and Manage [V7]
  • VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid: Install, Configure, Manage [V1.3]

Course Outline Download Course Outline

  • VMware Tanzu Mission Control
  • Accessing VMware Tanzu Mission Control
  • VMware Cloud™ services access control
  • VMware Tanzu Mission Control architecture

  • Attached clusters
  • Management clusters
  • Provisioned clusters
  • Cluster inspections
  • Data protection
  • VMware Tanzu® Observability™ by Wavefront
  • VMware Tanzu® Service Mesh™

  • Policy management
  • Access policies
  • Image registry policies
  • Network policies
  • Security policies
  • Quota policies
  • Custom policies
  • Policy insights

Certification

    • By earning this certification, you learn to apply access, image registry, network, security, quota, and custom policies to Kubernetes environments.
    • Demonstrate essential skills to Create, manage, and backup Tanzu Kubernetes clusters and Perform cluster inspections.
    • On successful completion of this training aspirants receive a Course Completion Certificate from us.
    • By successfully clearing the VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Integrated Edition: Install, Configure, Manage [V1.10] exam, aspirants earn VMware Certification.

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Frequently Asked Questions

VMware Tanzu Mission control is a platform developed especially for modern application management. It provides a single control point for the teams to ensure hassle-free management of Kubernetes and operate the modern containerized applications smoothly. Deploying the Tanzu mission control by selecting the appropriate one and integrating it on the console helps create a cluster group that seamlessly associates the applications across multiple clouds and clusters. 

Owing to its comprehensive syllabus, the Tanzu mission control exam asks questions that revolve around the topic and further helps acquire a deep insight into the domain. The syllabus includes an introduction to VMware Tanzu Mission control, accessing VMware Tanzu mission control, VMware cloud services access control and VMware Tanzu mission control architecture. The syllabus also includes cluster management followed by policy management. The questions asked in the Tanzu mission control exam, thus, are generally focused on finding theoretical and practical solutions to the problem. 

The Tanzu mission control helps with flexible working on the applications. It also gives easy access to the configured Kubernetes, eliminating the hassle of cracking the systems and applications. Tanzu mission control is ideal for developers as it encourages a precise focus on building great apps by reducing the strain of wrestling with its infrastructure. The Tanzu mission control provides a single control point for the team to manage Kubernetes easily across multiple clouds and clusters.

After completing Tanzu mission control, one can find opportunities as a developer with knowledge of backend development. The career prospects post finishing Tanzu mission control can be app developer, operator along with application owner, who want to work with for deploying and managing Kubernetes clusters. The Tanzu mission control experts are responsible for managing the policies for Kubernetes clusters across a range of on-premises and public cloud systems.

Tanzu mission control is a VMware cloud service portfolio listed SaaS product. To begin with Tanzu mission control, it is crucial to understand the management of multiple Kubernetes clusters and have experience deploying them. Learning and having experience with Kubernetes RBAC, network policies, resource quotas, and pod security policies is also essential.