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VMware Certified Technical Associate - Data Center Virtualization Official Training from VCI (VMware Certified Instructor) in Pune, India

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Best VMware Certified Technical Associate VCTA training in Pune, India

VMware vSphere is everywhere. Non-virtualized datacenters are a thing of the past, and in order to stay relevant you must understand vSphere. This course is ideal for anyone who wants to learn vSphere, including absolute beginners.

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The VMware Certified Technical Associate (VCTA) is a new certification offered by VMware that validates the skills and knowledge required by performing operational tasks within a virtualized infrastructure, in areas across multi-cloud operations, networking, security, and device management.

VCTA is the foundation-level exam for VMware. With this certification in hand, it means you are serious about the virtualization career path you have chosen. Earning a VCTA-DCV is an excellent way to learn how fundamental concepts are applied in a VMware-specific arena.

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Here is the list of VMware official topics we are covering:
Section no. Topics covered
1Architecture and Technologies
  • Objective 1.1: Identify how physical resources are presented to multiple virtual machines.
  • Objective 1.2: Identify how virtual resources can be shared across multiple virtual machines.
  • Objective 1.3. Identify examples of type 1 and type 2 hypervisors.
  • Objective 1.4: Identify business challenges addressed by vSphere.
  • Objective 1.5: Identify the components of a vSphere environment.
  • Objective 1.6: Identify vSphere virtual networking components and types.
  • Objective 1.7: Identify the characteristics of storage access protocols for vSphere.
  • Objective 1.8: Identify the characteristics of vSphere storage technologies.
  • Objective 1.9: Identify the purposes of different virtual machine files.
  • Objective 1.10: Identify the types of OS that can run on virtual machines.
  • Objective 1.11: Identify use cases for virtual machine snapshots, cloning and templates.
  • Objective 1.12: Identify the functionality of the vSphere vMotion and Storage vMotion technology
  • Objective 1.13: Identify the use cases of vSphere vMotion and Storage vMotion technology
  • Objective 1.14: Identify the characteristics of vSphere High Availability and Fault Tolerance.
  • Objective 1.15: Identify use cases of High Availability and Disaster Recovery.
  • Objective 1.16: Identify the functionality of VMware Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS).
  • Objective 1.17: Given a DRS score, identify the meaning.
  • Objective 1.18: Identify the use cases for Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC).
2 VMware Products and Solutions
3 Planning and Designing
4 Installing, Configuring, and Setup
  • Objective 4.1: Identify Virtual Switch configuration options.
  • Objective 4.2: Identify how to configure different types of datastores.
  • Objective 4.3: Identify how to configure vSphere HA.
  • Objective 4.4: Identify how to configure vSphere DRS.
  • Objective 4.5: Identify how to configure EVC.
5 Performance-tuning, Optimization, Upgrades
6 Troubleshooting and Repairing
7 Administrative and Operational Tasks
  • Objective 7.1: Identify how to create and manage VM snapshots.
  • Objective 7.2: Identify how to manage VM templates and clones.
  • Objective 7.3: Identify the considerations when provisioning a VM.
  • Objective 7.4: Identify the options that can be performed on different inventory objects.
  • Objective 7.5: Identify the concepts of role-based user management
  • Objective 7.6: Identify virtual networking issues that impact vSphere.
  • Objective 7.7. Identify virtual storage issues that impact vSphere.
  • Objective 7.8: Identify the purpose of monitoring alarms, tasks and events.
  • Objective 7.9: Identify how to monitor vSphere Cluster and SDRS Cluster.
  • Objective 7.10: Identify how to perform and monitor vMotion, Storage vMotion, and Cold migrations.
  • Objective 7.11: Given a vSphere environment, identify how to use performance charts to monitor the environment.
  • Objective 7.12: Identify the purpose for VMware Tools.
After completing this training, you can appear for Data Center Virtualization - VCTA-DCV 2022.
  • Exam name: Associate VMware Data Center Virtualization
  • Pricing: $125 USD
  • Time: 135 minutes to complete the exam
  • Questions: 51
  • Question types:Single and Multiple choice.
  • Total marks: VMware exams are scaled on a range from 100-500.
  • Passing: You need minimum passing score of 300 marks

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