This is the start of the series digging into the blueprint for the VCP Foundation Exam. This post will deal with “Objective 1.1 Identify vSphere Architecture and Solutions for a given use case”. Let’s get started. Identify available vSphere editions and features There are essentially 11 editions of vSphere available today, although the comparison on …
With the release of vSphere 6, VMware have updated the exam structure as normal. This time there are a couple of interesting (to me at least) changes. The first is to bring the VCP-NV more in line with the other VCP exams. It now has a consistent structure with the DCV (Data Centre), CMA (Cloud) …
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This week it is VCP week and even though I am pretty certain that we have covered networking before, that was before we started recording these, so to remedy this omission we are repeating the exercise. We will be deal the Standard vSwitch, the Distributed vSwitch and cover the creation of portgroups and PVLANs, all …
The next iteration of the VCP 4 Brownbags has been locked and loaded, those of you with a sharp eye will notice something different on this session, Cody has gone all professional. Now the reason this session has been termed a beta is he is testing a new platform for hosting these and the subsequent …
The exam was a significant improvement on the VCP 310 exam, it was a little more challenging and the profile was more to do with real environment questions rather than the how many vCPU’s can you have if it is a Thursday afternoon just before tea time type questions.
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