In this five-day course, you learn how to apply the fundamental techniques for launching and maintaining an intelligence-driven, multi-platform endpoint management solution with VMware Workspace ONE® UEM. Through a combination of hands-on labs, simulations, and interactive lectures, you will configure and manage the endpoint life cycle. After the course, you will have the foundational knowledge necessary to implement Workspace ONE UEM effectively.
You will also learn how to apply the fundamental techniques for integrating VMware Workspace ONE® Access™ with Workspace ONE UEM to securely distribute business-critical applications and configure access management controls from any device. Through a combination of hands-on labs, simulations, and interactive lectures, you configure enterprise, productivity, and Workspace ONE Access integrations.
This course lays out the principles of identity and access management. You will leave with a fundamental understanding of how Workspace ONE uses various authentication methods and protocols to determine user access permissions and enable single sign-on.
Please note - This course is a combination of the VMware Workspace ONE: Skills for UEM and the VMware Workspace ONE: Integrations course.
By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
Explain and apply the fundamental techniques for launching and maintaining an intelligence-driven, multiplatform endpoint management solution with Workspace ONE UEM
Outline the components of Workspace ONE UEM
Explain the general features and functionality enabled with Workspace ONE UEM
Summarize basic Workspace ONE administrative functions
Explain and deploy common Workspace ONE integrations
Securely deploy configurations to Workspace ONE UEM managed devices
Onboard device endpoints into Workspace ONE UEM
Summarize alternative management methodologies for rugged devices
Discuss strategies to maintain environment and device fleet health
Configure and deploy applications to Workspace ONE UEM managed devices
Analyze Workspace ONE UEM deployments
Enable email access on devices
Integrate Workspace ONE UEM with content repositories and corporate file shares
Explain the general features and functionality that Workspace ONE Access enables
Demonstrate how to integrate Workspace ONE UEM with Workspace ONE Access
Summarize and implement Workspace ONE productivity services into the digital workspace environment
Explain the methods of enabling mobile single sign-on for endpoints managed in the digital workspace
Configure Workspace ONE Access to support SAML 2.0 for federated authentication across the workforce
Who Can Benefit
Workspace ONE UEM and Workspace ONE Access operators and administrators, account managers, solutions architects, solutions engineers, sales engineers, and consultants
This course has no prerequisites.
Introductions and course logistics
Summarize the features and functionality of Workspace ONE UEM
Outline the benefits of leveraging Workspace ONE UEM
Recognize the core and productivity components that make up the Workspace ONE UEM platform
Summarize high availability and disaster recovery for Workspace ONE Solution
Navigate and customize the Workspace ONE UEM console
Summarize the hierarchical management structure
Explain the features and functions of Workspace ONE Hub Services
Outline account options and permissions
Outline the process and needs to integrate with directory services
Explain certificate authentication and practical implementation with Workspace ONE
Explain the benefits of integrating an email SMTP service into the Workspace ONE UEM console
Describe VMware Dynamic Environment Manager™ and its architecture
Outline the prerequisite configurations in the Workspace ONE UEM environment for onboarding devices for management
Outline the steps for setting up autodiscovery in the Workspace ONE UEM console
Enroll an endpoint through the VMware Workspace ONE® Intelligent Hub app
Summarize platform onboarding options
Explain the differences between device and user profiles
Describe policy management options for Windows and macOS
Describe the functions and benefits of using compliance policies
Explain the use cases for Freestyle Orchestrator
Describe the capabilities that sensor and scripts enable.
Alternative Management Methods
Describe the function and benefits of device staging
Configure product provisioning in the Workspace ONE UEM console
Understand the benefits of deploying a VMware Workspace ONE® Launcher™ configuration to Android devices
List the system and device requirements for Linux device management in Workspace ONE UEM
Describe the features, benefits, and capabilities of application management in Workspace ONE UEM
Understand and configure deployment settings for public, internal, and paid applications in the Workspace ONE UEM console
Describe the benefits of using Apple Business Manager content integration
Describe the benefits of using server-to-client software distribution
List the functions and benefits of VMware Workspace ONE® SDK
List the email clients supported by Workspace ONE UEM
Configure an Exchange Active Sync profile in the Workspace ONE UEM console
Configure VMware Workspace ONE® Boxer settings
Summarize the available email infrastructure integration models and describe their workflows
Configure email compliance policies and notifications services
Describe the benefits of using Content Gateway and the Content Gateway workflows
Describe the benefits of integrating content repositories with Workspace ONE UEM
Configure a repository in the Workspace ONE UEM console
Manage endpoints from the Device List View and the Device Details View pages
Analyze endpoint deployment and compliance data from Monitor Overview page
Workspace ONE Access
Summarize the benefits of Workspace ONE Access
Outline the core features and functions enabled by Workspace ONE Access
Navigate the Workspace ONE Access console
Explain the functions of directory integration with Workspace ONE Access
Explain the various types of authentication protocols enabled by Workspace ONE Access
Integrating Workspace ONE UEM and Workspace ONE Access
Explain the rationale for integrating Workspace ONE UEM and Workspace ONE Access
Outline the process of connecting Workspace ONE UEM and Workspace ONE Access
Examine the workflow of integrations
Summarize the key features of an integrated solution
Identify the functions enabled by VMware Unified Access Gateway™
Outline the purpose of the VMware AirWatch® Secure Email Gateway™ edge service
Explain the features enabled by the VMware Workspace ONE® Tunnel™ edge service
Summarize the capabilities enabled by the Content Gateway edge service
SAML 2.0 Authentication
Outline authentication methods supported by Workspace ONE Access
Summarize the main properties of the SAML protocol
Summarize the SAML authentication workflow
Explain the application single sign-on authentication workflow with SAML
Mobile Single Sign-On
Describe the concept of mobile single sign-on
Outline mobile single sign-on workflows
Intelligence and Automation
Summarize the features of VMware Workspace ONE Intelligence™
Outline the benefits of using Workspace ONE Intelligence
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
Does the course schedule include a Lunchbreak?
Lunch is normally an hour long and begins at noon. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are available all day in the kitchen. Fruit, muffins and bagels are served each morning. There are numerous restaurants near each of our centers, and some popular ones are indicated on the Area Map in the Student Welcome Handbooks - these can be picked up in the lobby or requested from one of our ExitCertified staff.
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Most courses are conducted in English, unless otherwise specified. Some courses will have the word "FRENCH" marked in red beside the scheduled date(s) indicating the language of instruction.
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