New Version Available
Thank you for your interest in vSphere ICM Labs 6.7. A new version of this lab set is available. vSphere ICM Labs 7.0.
The vSphere ICM Labs 6.7 labs are scheduled to be deprecated and end of life (EOL) as of July 1st, 2022. After this date, access to the labs will no longer be sold. As of August 1st, 2022 the labs will be closed for renewals and new enrollments, and the labs will be removed from the service entirely on November 1st, 2022.
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. Learners gain the practical skills needed to administer a vSphere infrastructure of any size.
|Lab 01: Navigating the vSphere Web Client|
|Lab 02: Installing ESXi|
|Lab 03: Configuring ESXi Hosts|
|Lab 04: Deploying and Configuring a Virtual Machine|
|Lab 05: Working with vCenter Server Appliance|
|Lab 06: Creating Folders in vCenter Server Appliance|
|Lab 07: Using Standard Switches|
|Lab 08: Accessing iSCSI Storage|
|Lab 09: Managing VMFS Datastores|
|Lab 10: Accessing NFS Storage|
|Lab 11: Using Templates and Clones|
|Lab 12: Using Content Libraries|
|Lab 13: Modifying Virtual Machines|
|Lab 14: Migrating Virtual Machines|
|Lab 15: Managing Virtual Machines|
|Lab 16: Managing Resource Pools|
|Lab 17: Managing vApps|
|Lab 18: Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance|
|Lab 19: Using Alarms|
|Lab 20: Using vSphere HA|
|Lab 21: Implementing vSphere DRS Clusters|
|Lab 22: Using vSphere Update Manager|
The VCP-DCV 2019 certification validates candidate skills to implement, manage, and troubleshoot a vSphere V6.7 infrastructure, using best practices to provide a powerful, flexible, and secure foundation for business agility that can accelerate the transformation to cloud computing.