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VMware Certified Professional on vSphere 5 VCP510 Training

CISCO CCNA Training Course VMware Certified Professional (VCP) is an industry-recognised certification which validates your ability and knowledge required to sucessfully install, deploy, manage and troubleshoot VMware vSphere virtualisation environments. As the demand for IT professionals with datacenter and computer virtualisation skills grow, gaining a VCP certification will distinguish yourself in a fast growing data and virtualisation market.


VMware Certified Professional on vSphere

VMware vSphere (formerly developed as VMware Infrastructure 4) is VMware's first Cloud operating system, able to install, admin and troubleshoot large pools of virtualised computing infrastructure, including software and hardware.


VMware vSphere is the industry-leading virtualisation platform for building IT and cloud infrastructures. Designed for businesses and organisations that want to optimise existing IT assets and remove or delay costly expansions, VMware vSphere provides an entry-level solution for an efficient consolidation of applications to slash hardware and software costs while accelerating application deployment with no planned downtime. It enables IT and businesses to meet SLAs (service-level agreements) for the most demanding business critical applications, at the lowest TCO (total cost of ownership). vSphere accelerates the shift to cloud computing for existing datacenters and also underpins compatible public cloud offerings, forming a foundation for the industry's only hybrid cloud model. With the support of more than 3,000 applications from more than 1,650 ISV partners, vSphere is the trusted platform for any application.


What sort of jobs or careers could I expect after gaining the VMware Certified Professional?

VCPs enjoys lucrative career paths for a variety of high demand and vibrant IT roles. Below is a short list of the range of career opportunities offered to VCPs:


• VMware Engineer
• VMware Architect
• Systems Administrator
• Server Administrator
• Server Virtualisation Engineer
• Data Center Technician
• VMware Consultant


As of January 2014, the average salary of a VMware Certified Professional is £42,500pa with more than 87% being offered a salary of more than £30,200pa.


Below is a breakdown of the courses and Package available:

  • VMware Certified Professional VCP-510 & VCP-410
  • £1299.99
  • VMware Certified Professional VCP-510
  •  28 Hours
  • £999.99

This course is for anyone who is preparing to learn and take the VMware Certified Professional VCP-510 exam. The courses in this series present the information necessary to administer vSphere 5, which includes both vCenter Server and the VMware ESXi hypervisor. Each course provides instruction on the virtualisation technologies that will help users attain the VCP5 certification.


Benefits of training:


The course uses engaging activity screens, questions and assessments in conjunction with videos which set the scene for fun, interactive learning. Students will work through real-world technical challenges and will learn how to overcome them. Authentic screenshots, interactive activities and audio feature throughout. The training is delivered through a secure, privacy controlled application, so you can jump in and out of any course whenever you sign in.


• Gain access to NUS Student Discount Card. Exclusive student discounts including Apple store, ASOS, Co-op food, Amazon, Microsoft softwares, Cineworld, Odeon, EasyJet, Matalan, Superdrug, The AA, National Express, Three Mobile, Riley's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, McDonalds, the list goes on!
• 1 on 1 Tutor Support available throughout your entire training;
• Freephone Support;
• Job Placement and Reference and IT Career Assistance;
• Comprehensive and Fun Interactive Learning with Videos, Simulations, Exercises, Text, Audio and our Tutors;
• Certificate available on completion and passing the course;
• Access to constantly updated content;
• Practice Exams, Questions and Answers;
• No additional software needed;
• Flexible learning over PCs, MACs, Tablets and Hand-Held/Mobile Devices;


Course Topics:


• What's New in vSphere 5
• Identify the features that are no longer available with vSphere
• Discuss the new features of vSphere 5
• vCenter Server and VMware ESXi
• Install and configure vCenter Server
• Identify available vCenter Server editions
• Install additional vCenter Server components
• Install and configure VMware ESXi
• License an ESXi host
• Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and VMware ESXi
• Introduction to vCenter
• Introduction to VMware ESXi
• Upgrading vCenter Server and VMware ESXi
• Securing vCenter Server and ESXi
• Identify common vCenter Server privileges and roles
• Describe how permissions are applied and inherited in vCenter Server
• Configure and administer the ESXi firewall
• Configure network security policies
• Identify vSphere architecture and solutions
• Determine the appropriate vSphere edition based on customer requirements
• Securing vCenter Server and ESXi
• Identifying vSphere Architecture and Solutions
• vSphere Networking
• Configure vNetwork standard switches
• Configure vNetwork Distributed Switches
• Configure vSS and vDS policies
• Configuring vNetwork Standard Switches
• Configuring vNetwork Distributed Switches
• Configuring vSS and vDS Policies
• vSphere Storage
• Configure Shared Storage for vSphere
• Identify storage adapters and devices
• Identify storage naming conventions
• Enable and disable software iSCSI initiator
• Compare and contrast array thin provisioning and virtual disk thin provisioning
• Create and configure VMFS and NFS Datastores
• Create, rename, unmount, and delete a VMFS Datastore
• Create an NFS share for use with vSphere
• Identify NFS Datastore properties
• Configuring Shared Storage for vSphere
• Creating and Configuring VMFS and NFS Datastores
• Configuring the vSphere Storage Appliance
• Virtual Machine and vApp Deployment
• Create and deploy virtual machines
• Configure and deploy a guest OS into a new virtual machine
• Creating and Deploying Virtual Machines
• Creating and Deploying vApps
• Virtual Machine and vApp Administration
• Manage Virtual Machine clones and templates
• Create a template from or clone an existing virtual machine
• Deploy virtual appliances and/or vApps from an OVF template
• Configure virtual machine troubleshooting options
• Identify common practices for securing virtual machines
• Adjust virtual machine resources based on workloads
• Managing Virtual Machine Clones and Templates
• Administering Virtual Machines and vApps
• Establishing Service Levels
• Create and configure VMware Clusters
• Determine appropriate failover methodology and required resources for an HA implementation
• Plan and implement VMware Fault Tolerance
• Create and administer resource pools
• Creating and Configuring VMware Clusters
• Planning and Implementing VMware Fault Tolerance
• Creating and Administering Resource Pools
• Maintaining Service Levels
• Migrate virtual machines
• Backup and restore virtual machines
• Patch and update ESXi and virtual machines
• Migrating Virtual Machines
• Backing Up and Restoring Virtual Machines
• Patching and Updating ESXi and Virtual Machines
• Basic Troubleshooting
• Perform basic troubleshooting for ESXi hosts
• Troubleshoot common installation issues
• Perform basic vSphere network troubleshooting
• Troubleshoot virtual switch and port group configuration issues
• Perform basic vSphere storage troubleshooting
• Troubleshoot storage contention issues
• Perform basic troubleshooting for HA/DRS clusters and vMotion/Storage vMotion
• Identify HA/DRS and vMotion requirements
• Performing Basic Troubleshooting for ESXi Hosts
• Performing Basic vSphere Network Troubleshooting
• Performing Basic vSphere Storage Troubleshooting
• Performing Basic Troubleshooting for HA/DRS Clusters and vMotion/Storage vMotion
• Monitoring vSphere Implementation
• Monitor ESXi, vCenter Server, and virtual machines
• Configure SNMP for vCenter Server
• Configure vCenter Server timeout settings and logging options
• Create and administer vCenter Server alarms
• Monitoring ESXi, vCenter Server, and Virtual Machines
• Creating and Administering vCenter Server Alarms

  • VMware Certified Professional VCP-410
  •  22 Hours
  • £599.99

This course is for anyone who is preparing to learn and take the VMware Certified Professional: VCP-410 exam. The VMware vSphere 4 suite provides a powerful set of virtualisation tools for enterprise-level users. Virtualisation helps users overcome the limitations of physical machines by optimising resources and allowing multiple server instances on the same hardware. This training course discusses working with the VMware vSphere 4 suite and prepares you for the VMware Certified Professional VCP-410 certification exam.


• Introducing vSphere 4
• Planning, Installing, and Configuring ESX
• vNetworking Operations
• vStorage Operations
• Administration with vCenter
• Virtual Machine Operations
• vSphere Security and Web Access
• Managing vSphere Resources
• Monitoring vSphere Resources
• Backup and High Availability
• Practice Exam


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