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vCloud Fundamentals, a free course from VMware July 16, 2012

Posted by vbry21 in VMware Training.
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I’ve now started looking quite seriously at VMware vCloud Director, and one thing I can say is that this is a massive product, the four days of the vCloud Deploy and Manage course are heavy going, fortunately VMware offer a fundamentals course that can help as some preparation to sitting on the full Instructor led course.

The VMware vCloud Director Fundamentals v1.5 course covers:

Objectives:    After this course, students will possess the knowledge to:

•  Briefly explain cloud computing
•  Analyse vCloud Director architecture
•  Identify the vCloud Director components and their functions
•  Examine how to charge for resources
•  Determine the licensing needs
•  Recognize the prerequisites for vCloud Director installation
•  Illustrate vCloud Director software installation
•  Demonstrate configuration of vCloud Director software
•  Differentiate the vCloud Director terminologies
•  Configure and manage vSphere resources
•  Configure and manage cloud resources
•  Create and provision organizations
•  Create and manage catalogues
•  Utilize roles and rights to control access
•  Recognize the different administration roles within vCloud Director
•  Recognize types of networks in vCloud Director
•  Create and manage the networks
•  Identify different types of network pools
•  Recognize user tasks and privileges
•  Identify how to work with vCloud Director as a user

After that course sign yourself up for the full VMware vCloud Manage and Deploy Course

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