This is an instructor-led Lab session with ample assistance in completing the Labs. Date: Friday, November 15, 2019Time: 10AM-2PM (CDT)Location: St.Philip's College - Bowden Building - Rm 203Address: 1801 Martin Luther King Drive San Antonio, Texas 78203 All participants can park at the P4, P10, P13, P15 Parking LotsBowden Building (BOWD) is listed on the map as (14)https://www.alamo.edu/spc/about-spc/our-college/campus-maps/Details: Computers will be provided by St. Philip's College for the VMware Hands On Labs. Attendees are welcomed to bring their laptops and use the campus wifi for the instructor-led training. **This is not a sponsored event, so please bring your own lunch***Lab Description:HOL-2003-01-NET VMware NSX for vSphere Getting Started Use VMware NSX for vSphere to gain hands-on experience with Distributed Networking, Edge Services, Micro-segmentation with the Distributed Firewall and Operations and Troubleshooting tools. Also explore the updated features in the HTML5 Client in the 6.4.5 release of NSX for vSphere.Lab: HOL-2003-91-NET VMware NSX for vSphere Lightning Lab Come along on a quick tour of some of the tools you can use to gain operational visibility into your NSX for vSphere Infrastructure including Flow Monitoring and Traceflow.Lab: HOL-2031-01-CNA VMware Enterprise PKSGetting Started Build, deploy, and manage container-based applications with Kubernetes running on VMware vSphere. Also learn how to operationalize production Kubernetes using VMware Enterprise PKS.Lab: HOL-2008-01-HCI VMware vSANGetting Started Learn how to size and enable vSAN environments including monitoring the health, capacity and performance of vSAN within vCenter and also via, built-in, vRealize Operations for vCenter Dashboards. Explore the all new, intuitive vSAN HTML5 user interface used to perform on-going operations, maintain Virtual Machine Availability, enable vSAN Encryption and discover Interoperability with vRealize Log Insight, iSCSI Integration and CLI Interfaces.