These labs provide hands-on training in the skills needed to install, configure and manage VMware vSphere® using a variety of vSphere functions and features.
The NETLAB+ VMware vSphere ICM 6.5 pod is used to support the VMware vSphere Install, Configure, Manage 6.5 labs.
Please be aware that VCP6.5-DCV Certification requires training in addition to VMware vSphere Install, Configure, Manage Version 6.5 The most common path for new learners to achieve the VCP6.5-DCV certification will be: VMware vSphere Install, Configure, Manage Version 6.5 and VMware vSphere Optimize and Scale 6.5 (more information on O&S 6.5 coming soon).
See details regarding the steps below of VMware's requirements for the VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization (VCP6.5-DCV)
Path 1 - Steps to certification for new learners:
Path 2 - Steps to certification for individuals with vSphere 6.0 training, not VCP certified:
Please note that vSphere V5.x courses WILL NOT satisfy the VCP6.5-DCV certification upon passing the exam. You must complete a vSphere V6.5 course to achieve certification if you do not hold a valid VCP certification, or if you hold a valid VCP5-DCV, the vSphere: What's New [V5.5 to V6.5] is recommended.
|1||Navigating the vSphere Client|
|3||Configuring ESXi Hosts|
|4||Deploying and Configuring a Virtual Machine|
|5||Working with vCenter Server|
|6||Creating Folders in vCenter Server Appliance|
|7||Using Standard Switches|
|8||Accessing iSCSI Storage|
|9||Accessing VMFS Storage|
|10||Accessing NFS Storage|
|11||Using Templates and Clones|
|12||Modifying Virtual Machines|
|13||Migrating Virtual Machines|
|14||Managing Virtual Machines|
|15||Managing Resource Pools|
|17||Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance|
|19||Using vSphere HA|
|20||Implementing a vSphere DRS Cluster|
|21||Using vSphere Update Manager|