VMware VCP5-DCV Certification Bundle (VICM Lab)



A student seeking the ! certification must have registered and they must successfully complete the following course.

Product description

A ! Professional demonstrates the proven skills in performing in-depth support, administrative functions, and configuration management for VMware vSphere 5 environments. A student seeking the VCP-DCV certification has approximately six months experience working with a vSphere implementation. They are typically infrastructure personnel who are capable of installing and configuring ESXi hosts and they can use VMware vCenter™ Server to monitor, manage, troubleshoot and administer virtual machines. The successful candidate will most likely have additional industry-recognized general IT certifications or the equivalent experience (typically 2-5 years). Attaining certification demonstrates marketable professional skills and industry recognition.

Purchase the VMware VCP5 Data Center Virtualization - Certification Bundle and you will receive the following
  • A self-paced lab environment is available for thirty (30) days or 30 hours of active time, whichever expires first based on the VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage (VICM) prerequisite course that you have registered for.
  • Unlimited student access to the Fast Lane Community Site where the VMware Skills Prep Portal which will prepare you to pass the exam. The VMware Skills Prep Portal provides extensive knowledge resources in the areas of
    • VMware Skills Assessment Test
    • VMware Certification Practice Exams
    • VMware Skills Preparation Resources

You will have access hands-on lab practice on the following 24 labs:

  • Lab 1: Installing VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces Lab
  • Lab 2: Configuring VMware ESXi
  • Lab 3: Working with Virtual Machines
  • Lab 4: Configuring the vCenter Server Appliance
  • Lab 5: Standard Virtual Switches
  • Lab 6: Accessing ISCI Storage
  • Lab 7: Accessing IP Storage
  • Lab 8: Managing VMware vSphere VMFS
  • Lab 9: Using Templates and Clones
  • Lab 10: Modifying a Virtual Machine
  • Lab 11: Migrating Virtual Machines
  • Lab 12: Managing Virtual Machines
  • Lab 13: Managing vApps
  • Lab 14: Access Control
  • Lab 15: User Permissions
  • Lab 16: Resource Pools
  • Lab 17: Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance
  • Lab 18: Using Alarms
  • Lab 19: Using vSphere High Availability
  • Lab 20: Designing a Network Configuration
  • Lab 21: Configuring VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance
  • Lab 22: vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler
  • Lab 23: VMware vSphere Update Manager
  • Lab 24:Installing VMware vCenter Server

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