VMware Certification

VMware Certification

VMware is the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure. VMware certifications  are designed to explore configuration, installation, and management of VMware vSphere, which consists of VMware vCenter Server and VMware ESXi. VMware training provides a solution track to a candidate to study datacenter virtualization, cloud, end user computing or cloud application platform.

VMware Certified Professional

VMware Certified Professional on vSphere 5 (VCP5) validates the skills and capabilities of the IT professionals to effectively deploy VMware products. This VMware certification course has been renamed to VCP5-DCV. The VCP5-DCV exam consists of 85 questions along with a pre-exam survey consisting of 8 questions.This certification is the first step towards VCP-DCV certification. Learn more about the VMware Certified Professional.

VCP-510 – VCP5 VMware Certified Professional On VSphere 5

The VCP-510 is an industry recognized credential. The exam is targeted to those Professionals who have the education needed to successfully install, deploy, scale and manage VMware vSphere environments.

VCP510 – VMware Certified Professional VSphere 5 – Live Lab

Gain hands-on expertise in configuring, managing and implementing vSphere 5 by Live-Lab or Practice Lab. Live-Lab is a real computer equipment, networked together and conveniently accessible over the internet. A live-lab has equipments such as a computer, server, switch or router in it that a user is free to configure. uCertify’s live lab is specifically designed for IT and network professionals to improve practical skills to secure vCenter server and ESXi, perform basic troubleshooting and monitoring a vSphere implementation, vSphere networking, deploy / administer virtual machines and vApps, configure shared storage, VMFS / NFS datastores, establish and maintain service levels, and manage vCenter server alarms.

 

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