A few months ago I had the pleasure being recorded for the VMware Learning Zone.
This is a new subscription service by VMware Education. It consists of a growing selection of technical videos created by VMware PSO, Education and community presenters.
I was honoured to be asked to record a selection of videos. One of which has gone live on the site.
It looks like a few more of the videos I did are Coming Soon too – good stuff
Many thanks to Andy Cary, and Undeleeb Din for the invite on this project.
Thanks very much to Paul Sorensen and Harold Green for your help on the recording process :>
The VCP6-DCV beta has passed and the new exam is GA, we test slots from August.
The new VCP consists of 1 or more exams depending on your starting point.
The official blueprint has been published and it features a lot of new content such as VSAN, and vVOLS.
I have added another practice test for the VCP vSphere 6 series of exams here. These tests are based on content for both the full and delta versions of the VCP6-DCV
Over the next few weeks I will be adding more and more of these.
I have been teaching vSphere 6 recently. The certification roadmap has changed slightly with delta exams being added, as well as multiple exams for a new or expired VCP.
Personally, I welcome anything that can add value to the certification process and the roadmap looks good!
I will be gradually updating my certification material to vSphere 6. Here is the first set of practice questions
With a new major release for all vAdmins to understand, and the new certs coming out, it is an exciting time for the VMware Community.
Although the vSphere 6 certifications are mainly in Beta. The new courses have been released and recently I have been teaching the new courses.
As part of all my courses I give useful links, practice questions and useful animations etc to help with the subject. I have posted them here, they will grow over time while the release matures into the Community.
I am currently teaching a few VMware NSX ICM courses.
The challenge for me is the diversity of the IT professionals , normally being 50% VMware guys and 50% network guys.
A few people have asked for an Acronyms sheet while doing the course. I knocked one up for the classes but thought it might be useful as a download.
It can be found here