Keith Barker has completed and released his amazing new course at CBT Nuggets for VMware 6.5. What is so new and exciting about this version? How about Hands on Labs that you can walk through to practice as many times as you like these complex technologies. These labs feature real gear and real software as you construct each element piece by piece.
This VMware training course with Keith Barker prepares learners to configure and maintain highly available and scalable virtual infrastructures using vSphere v6.5. With the use of hands-on virtual labs, you can practice while you watch as you learn about vCenter Server, high availability, fault tolerance, optimization, security, and much more.
The installation, management, administration, optimization, and scaling of a virtualized data center are pivotal concepts covered within this course that will prepare learners to take the vSphere Foundations and DCV exams.
- Familiarity with basic virtualization concepts
- Familiarity with VMware Workstation
- Familiarity with IP networking
- Computer with 16 GB of RAM (32GB preferred) and Intel VT or AMD-V support
- VMware Certified Professional (VCP6.5-DCV)
Related Job Functions
- IT professionals
- Server administrators
- Virtual administrators
- Storage administrators
- Network administrators
Keith Barker has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2012 and holds a variety of networking and security certifications, including CCIE R&S, CCIE Security, (ISC)2 CISSP, Palo Alto CNSE, and VMware VCP6-DCV.
2 thoughts on “A New and Exciting Way to Master VMware 6.5”
I have been interested in VMWare training for quite a while. In the old days, VMWare used to force anyone wanting to do this to attend their live (and very expensive classes) in order to sit for an exam. I hope this is no longer the case.
Additionally, do you know what resources a student needs in order to practice these labs? Is there a learning edition of the software that is actually affordable?
It is still the case that you must sit a VMware official course. So silly. I am sure Cisco Learning is so upset they had not thought of that one. 🙂 For our labs – you need NOTHING. Literally nothing. Just an Internet connection and a browser.