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Qualification based on VMware vCloud on the horizon June 12, 2012

Posted by vbry21 in VMware Training.
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A new certification is coming from VMware based on their vCloud software; the new certification will called the VCP5-IaaS and will require successful completion of the VCP 5 certification.

The course that will help prepare for this exam (not a compulsory course) will be the

VMware vCloud: Deploy and Manage the VMware Cloud [V1.5]

The course focuses on the private and public vCloud solutions but also includes information on how this approach supports a hybrid solution. The course covers the following objectives:

Deploy vCloud Director

Manage vCloud Director to satisfy private, public, and hybrid cloud business needs

Configure VMware vSphere® storage to enable multiple tiers in provider virtual datacentres

Create and manage vCloud Director Organizations and vApps to satisfy business needs

Create and manage vCloud Director catalogues

Configure networking for organizations and vApps

Connect organizations with VPN tunnels and static routes

Interface vCloud Director to OpenLDAP and Microsoft Active Directory servers

Configure network security between vCloud Director vApps and organizations with VMware vShield Edge™ firewalls

Use VMware vCenter Chargeback™ to meter vCloud Director resources

Understand the interactions between VMware vSphere Distributed Resources Scheduler clusters and vCloud Director

The exam will be available later this year (possibly September 2012, but just a guess, not official)



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