VCP5-DCV: VMware Certified Professional-Data Center Virtualization on vSphere 5.5 Study Guide: VCP-550
- 11h 25m
- Brian Atkinson
Prepare for the VCP-DCV Exam
Prepare yourself for VMware's challenging VMware Certified Professional-Data Center Virtualization exam, as well as the typical tasks and responsibilities you can expect as a VMware vSphere 5.5-certified professional. This comprehensive book guides you through all topics and objectives you'll need to know for the exam. These include planning, installing, upgrading, and securing vCenter Server and ESXi; configuring networking and storage; performing basic troubleshooting; and more.
- Prepares certification candidates for the VMware Certified Professional-Data Center Virtualization exam (VCP-DCV)
- Covers all exam objectives
- Features real-world scenarios, hands-on exercises, and challenging review questions
- Explores key topics such as securing vCenter and ESXi, planning and configuring vSphere networking and storage, creating and deploying virtual machines and vApps, establishing services levels, and more
If you want the best preparation for the VCP-DCV certification exam, you'll want VCP-DCV VMware Certified Professional Data Center Virtualization on vSphere Study Guide.
About the Author
Brian Atkinson is a Senior Systems Engineer with 16 years of experience in the IT field. Since 2006, he has focused on virtualization, storage, and virtualization evangelism. Brian holds the VCP 3, VCP 4 and VCP 5 certifications and has also been awarded the vExpert designation from VMware in 2009, 2010, and 2011. He is a VMware Technology Network (VMTN) Moderator and active contributor. Brian is also a guest blogger at the VMTN.
In this Book
What's New in vSphere 5.5
Planning, Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading VMware ESXi and vCenter Server
Securing vCenter Server and ESXi and Identifying vSphere Architecture and Solutions
Planning and Configuring vSphere Networking
Planning and Configuring vSphere Storage
Creating and Deploying Virtual Machines and vApps
Managing and Administering Virtual Machines and vApps
Establishing Service Levels with Clusters, Fault Tolerance, and Resource Pools
Maintaining Service Levels
Performing Basic Troubleshooting
Monitoring a vSphere Implementation and Managing vCenter Server Alarms