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Yesterday I started a series of blogs about the new VMware VCP5-IAAS certification. To get you started I wanted to provide you the resources needed and create a quick download page for all VMware PDF’s mentioned in the blueprint.
In my first post, you can find a couple of blogs that are a great resouces for this study as well as the link to the training page for the vCloud Install and Configure training, so if you need those click here
I do want to share another resource with you of which I heard it is a a good training to get you started. I can’t tell by own experience, but from what I’ve seen from some other training material done by Trainsignal (and David Davis in special) on VMware topics, this must be great. And as said judging some of my twitter and facebook friends it is a great training. So I just wanted to point you to the Trainsignal vCloud Director Essential training.
The exam blueprint provided by the VMware education services is devided in 5 sections which on their turn are devided into sub sections. The 5 sections are:
Setion 1: The exam
Section 2: Intended Audiance
Section 3: Objectives covered in the VCPVCD510 Exam
Section 4: VCP-IaaS Paths and Course Requirement Options
Section 5: Additional Resources
Section 1, 2, 4 and 5 are informative sections which you should read. Make sure you know the information included in these sections before taking the exam.
Within section 3 you will find all Sections and objectives needed to be able to nail the VCP5-IaaS certificate. I’ll cover these in later posts, but when looking through the blueprint I noticed a lot of guides are named a couple of times thoughout the blueprint. I thought it would be great to have a source where all these guides are named once so you can download them all from 1 place. So here are the direct links to the guides:
Last friday VMware announced their new VMware VCP5 Infrastructure As A Service (IAAS) certification. Working as a Virtualization (VMware) specialist I know a lot of companies are moving towards the Cloud (whether Private, Public or Hybrid) and on the look for people who can implement vCloud Director for them. This certification track provided by VMware gives you basic understanding of cloud computing and it’s components, and will teach you all necessary steps for setting up VMware vCloud Director. VMware describes the certification as follows:
This certification validates your ability to install, configure and administer a Cloud environment using vCloud Director and related components. Achieving this certification demonstrates your understanding of basic cloud concepts including public/private/hybrid clouds, multi-tenancy and cloud security, as well as your skills in using vCloud Director to create and manage vApps, service catalogs, and organization/provider VDCs, as well as administering cloud enabled networking and storage.
While studying for this certificate I’ll be blogging about the things I come across and that might be of use for you when you’re getting ready to nail this certificate. I’ll try to follow the blue print provided by VMware which you can find here (registration needed).