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Exam Code: VCPC610

Exam Name: VMware Certified Professional 6 – Cloud

Q & A : 221 Q&As

Version: PDF

Sample: VCPC610 Free Online Test

The VCPC610 Exam consists of 120 questions and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 10 questions. The passing score for this exam is 300, using a scaled scoring method. The scale is from 100-500. Scaled scores are calculated using a mathematical formula that considers a variety of factors, including the number and type of exam questions included in a specific version of the exam.

Objectives:

Section 1 – Plan, Install, Configure and Upgrade vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Objective 1.1 — Install and Configure vCenter Server

Knowledge
Identify vCenter Server requirements
Identify vCenter Server database requirements
Identify vSphere® Client/Web Client requirements
Identify available vCenter Server editions
Identify Single Sign On requirements
Deploy the vCenter Server Appliance
Install vCenter Server
Create an ODBC connection to a vCenter Server database
Size the vCenter Server database
Install additional vCenter Server components
Install and configure vSphere Client/vSphere Web Client
Install/Remove vSphere Client plug-ins
Enable/Disable vSphere Client plug-ins
License vCenter Server
Determine availability requirements for a vCenter Server in a given vSphere implementation
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
VMware Virtualization Toolkit
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 1.2 – Install and Configure VMware ESXi

Knowledge
Identify ESXi host requirements
Perform an interactive installation of ESXi using media or PXE
Configure NTP on an ESXi Host
Configure DNS and Routing on an ESXi Host
Enable/Configure/Disable hyper-threading
Enable/Configure/Disable CPU power management
License an ESXi host
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 1.3 – Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Knowledge
Identify upgrade requirements for ESXi hosts
Identify steps required to upgrade a vSphere implementation
Upgrade a vSphere Distributed Switch
Upgrade from VMFS3 to VMFS5
Upgrade VMware Tools
Upgrade Virtual Machine hardware
Upgrade an ESXi Host using vCenter Update Manager
Stage multiple ESXi Host upgrades
Determine whether an in-place upgrade is appropriate in a given upgrade scenario
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Upgrade Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 1.4 – Secure vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Knowledge
Identify common vCenter Server privileges and roles
Describe how permissions are applied and inherited in vCenter Server
Configure and administer the ESXi firewall
Enable/Configure/Disable services in the ESXi firewall
Enable/Disable Lockdown Mode
Configure network security policies
View/Sort/Export user and group lists
Add/Modify/Remove permissions for users and groups on vCenter Server inventory objects
Create/Clone/Edit vCenter Server user roles
Apply permissions to ESXi Hosts using Host Profiles
Configure and administer Single Sign On (SSO)
o Describe SSO architecture
o Differentiate SSO Deployment Scenarios
o Configure database for SSO installation
o Configure SSO identity source
o Install and configure SSO
o Manage SSO Users and Groups
o Install/Configure vCenter Inventory Services
o Configure and administer vCloud Automation Center integration with vCenter SSO
Determine the appropriate set of privileges for common tasks in vCenter Server
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Section 2 – Plan and Configure vSphere Networking

Objective 2.1 – Configure vSphere Standard Switches (vSS)

Knowledge
Identify vSphere Standard Switch capabilities
Create/Delete a vSphere Standard Switch
Add/Configure/Remove vmnics on a vSphere Standard Switch
Configure vmkernel ports for network services
Add/Edit/Remove port groups on a vSphere Standard Switch
Determine use case for a vSphere Standard Switch
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vSphere Networking Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 2.2 – Configure vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS)

Knowledge
Identify vSphere Distributed Switch capabilities
Create/Delete a vSphere Distributed Switch
Add/Remove ESXi hosts from a vSphere Distributed Switch
Edit general vSphere Distributed Switch settings
Add/Configure/Remove dvPort groups
Configure dvPort settings
Add/Remove uplink adapters to dvUplink groups
Create/Configure/Remove virtual adapters
Migrate virtual adapters to/from a vSphere Standard Switch
Migrate virtual machines to/from a vSphere Distributed Switch
Monitor dvPort state
Backup/Restore vSphere Distributed Switch configuration
Configure Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) on Uplink Port Groups
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vSphere Networking Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 2.3 – Configure vSphere Standard and Distributed Switch Policies

Knowledge
Identify common vSphere Standard and Distributed Switch policies
Describe vSphere Distributed Switch security policies and settings
IP Discovery
IP Source Guard
Dynamic ARP Inspection
ARP Rate Limiting
Autoscale
Configure dvPort group blocking policies
Configure load balancing and failover policies
Configure VLAN/PVLAN settings
Configure traffic shaping policies
Enable TCP Segmentation Offload support for a virtual machine
Enable jumbo frames support on appropriate components
Determine appropriate VLAN configuration for a vSphere implementation
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vSphere Networking Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Section 3 – Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

Objective 3.1 – Configure Shared Storage for vSphere

Knowledge
Identify storage adapters and devices
Identify storage naming conventions
Identify hardware, dependent hardware, and software iSCSI initiator requirements
Compare and contrast array thin provisioning and virtual disk thin provisioning
Describe zoning and LUN masking practices
Scan/Rescan storage
Configure FC/iSCSI LUNs and ESXI boot LUNs
Create/Connect an NFS share for use with vSphere
Enable/Configure/Disable vCenter Server storage filters
Configure/Edit hardware and dependent hardware initiators
Enable/Disable software iSCSI initiator
Configure/Edit software iSCSI initiator settings
Configure iSCSI port binding
Enable/Configure/Disable iSCSI CHAP
Determine use case for hardware, dependent hardware, software iSCSI initiators
Determine use case for and configure array thin/thick provisioning
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vSphere Storage Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 3.2 – Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores

Knowledge
Identify VMFS and NFS Datastore properties
Identify VMFS5 capabilities
Describe 2TB+ VMFS capabilities
Identify Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler (SDRS) capabilities
Create/Rename/Delete/Unmount a VMFS Datastore
Mount/Unmount an NFS Datastore
Extend/Expand VMFS Datastores
Upgrade a VMFS3 Datastore to VMFS5
Place a VMFS Datastore in Maintenance Mode
Select the Preferred Path for a VMFS Datastore
Disable a path to a VMFS Datastore
Create and assign capabilities to a storage profile
Create/Modify/Delete a storage cluster
Determine use case for multiple VMFS/NFS Datastores
Determine appropriate Path Selection Policy for a given VMFS Datastore
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup Guide
vSphere Storage Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Section 4 – Deploy and Administer Virtual Machines, vCloud vApps, and vCenter vApps

Objective 4.1 – Create and Deploy Virtual Machines

Knowledge
Identify capabilities of virtual machine hardware versions
Identify methods to access and use a virtual machine console
Identify VMware Tools device drivers
Identify virtual machine storage resources
Place virtual machines in selected ESXi hosts/clusters/resource pools
Configure and deploy a Guest OS into a new virtual machine
Configure/Modify disk controller for virtual disks
Configure appropriate virtual disk type for a virtual machine
Create/Convert thin/thick provisioned virtual disks
Configure disk shares
Install/Upgrade/Update VMware Tools
Configure virtual machine time synchronization
Configure/Modify virtual CPU and Memory resources according to OS and application requirements
Configure/Modify virtual NIC adapter and connect virtual machines to appropriate network resources
Determine appropriate datastore/storage profile for virtual machines based on application workloads
Tools
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
Installing and Configuring VMware Tools Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 4.2 – Administer Virtual Machines

Knowledge
Identify files used by virtual machines
Identify locations for virtual machine configuration files and virtual disks
Identify common practices for securing virtual machines
Hot Extend a virtual disk
Configure virtual machine options
Configure virtual machine power settings
Configure virtual machine boot options
Assign a Storage Policy to a virtual machine
Verify Storage Policy compliance for virtual machines
Determine when an advanced virtual machine parameter is required
Adjust virtual machine resources (shares, limits and reservations) based on virtual machine
workloads
Tools
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Section 5 – Establish and Maintain Service Levels

Objective 5.1 – Create and Configure VMware Clusters

Knowledge
Describe Distributed Resource Scheduler virtual machine entitlement
Create/Delete a Distributed Resource Scheduler/High Availability Cluster
Add/Remove ESXi Hosts from a Distributed Resource Scheduler/High Availability Cluster
Add/Remove virtual machines from a Distributed Resource Scheduler/High Availability Cluster
Configure Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler
Configure Enhanced vMotion Compatibility
Monitor a Distributed Resource Scheduler/High Availability Cluster
Configure Distributed Resource Scheduler migration threshold
Configure automation levels for Distributed Resource Scheduler and virtual machines
Enable/Configure/Disable Host Power Management/Distributed Power Management
Create VM-Host and VM-VM affinity rules
Enable/Disable Host Monitoring
Enable/Configure/Disable virtual machine and application monitoring
Configure admission control for High Availability and virtual machines
Determine appropriate failover methodology and required resources for an High Availability implementation
Determine appropriate power threshold for a given implementation
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Availability Guide
vSphere Resource Management Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 5.2 – Create and Administer Resource Pools

Knowledge
Describe the Resource Pool hierarchy
Define the Expandable Reservation parameter
Create/Remove a Resource Pool
Configure Resource Pool attributes
Add/Remove virtual machines from a Resource Pool
Determine Resource Pool requirements for a given vSphere implementation
Evaluate appropriate shares, reservations and limits for a Resource Pool based on virtual machine workloads
Tools
vSphere Resource Management Guide
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 5.3 – Migrate Virtual Machines

Knowledge
Identify ESXi host and virtual machine requirements for vMotion and Storage vMotion
Identify Enhanced vMotion Compatibility CPU requirements
Migrate virtual machines using vMotion/Storage vMotion
Tools
vSphere Resource Management Guide
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 5.4 – Patch and Update ESXi and Virtual Machines

Knowledge
Identify patching requirements for ESXi hosts and virtual machines
Create/Edit/Remove a Host Profile from an ESXi host
Import/Export a Host Profile
Attach/Apply a Host Profile to an ESXi host or cluster
Perform compliance scanning and remediation of an ESXi host using Host Profiles
Install and Configure vCenter Update Manager
Configure patch download options
Create/Edit/Delete an Update Manager baseline
Attach an Update Manager baseline to an ESXi host or cluster
Scan and remediate ESXi hosts and virtual machines using Update Manager
Stage ESXi host updates
Tools
vSphere Resource Management Guide
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
vSphere Host Profiles Guide
Installing and Administering VMware vSphere Update Manager
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Section 6 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting and Alarm Management

Objective 6.1 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for ESXi Hosts

Knowledge
Identify general ESXi host troubleshooting guidelines
Troubleshoot common installation issues
Monitor ESXi system health
Export diagnostic information
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Monitoring and Performance Guide
vSphere Troubleshooting Guide
vSphere Single Host Management Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 6.2 – Perform Troubleshooting for High Availability and Distributed Resource Scheduler Clusters and vMotion/Storage vMotion Migrations

Knowledge
Identify High Availability/Distributed Resource Scheduler and vMotion requirements
Verify vMotion/Storage vMotion configuration
Verify High Availability network configuration
Verify High Availability/Distributed Resource Scheduler cluster configuration
Troubleshoot High Availability capacity issues
Troubleshoot High Availability redundancy issues
Interpret the Distributed Resource Scheduler Resource Distribution Graph and Target/Current Host Load Deviation
Troubleshoot Distributed Resource Scheduler load imbalance issues
Troubleshoot vMotion/Storage vMotion migration issues
Interpret vMotion Resource Maps
Identify the root cause of a High Availability/Distributed Resource Scheduler cluster or migration issues based on troubleshooting information
Tools
vSphere Troubleshooting Guide
vSphere Availability Guide
vSphere Resource Management Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 6.3 – Perform Basic vCloud Automation Center Troubleshooting

Knowledge
Troubleshoot login issues
Troubleshoot installation and upgrade issues
Identify log file locations

Section 7 – Monitor vSphere and vCloud Implementations

Objective 7.1 – Monitor ESXi, vCenter Server and Virtual Machines

Knowledge
Describe how Tasks and Events are viewed in vCenter Server
Identify critical performance metrics
Explain common memory metrics
Explain common CPU metrics
Explain common network metrics
Explain common storage metrics
Compare and contrast Overview and Advanced Charts
Configure SNMP for vCenter Server
Configure Active Directory and SMTP settings for vCenter Server
Configure vCenter Server logging options
Create a log bundle
Create/Edit/Delete a Scheduled Task
Configure/View/Print/Export resource maps
Start/Stop/Verify vCenter Server service status
Start/Stop/Verify ESXi host agent status
Configure vCenter Server timeout settings
Monitor/Administer vCenter Server connections
Create an Advanced Chart
Determine host performance using guest Perfmon
Given performance data, identify the affected vSphere resource
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Resource Management Guide
vSphere Monitoring and Performance Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 7.2 – Create and Administer vCenter Server Alarms

Knowledge
List vCenter default utilization alarms
List vCenter default connectivity alarms
List possible actions for utilization and connectivity alarms
Create a vCenter utilization alarm
Create a vCenter connectivity alarm
Configure alarm triggers
Configure alarm actions
For a given alarm, identify the affected resource in a vSphere implementation
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Resource Management Guide
vSphere Monitoring and Performance Guide
vSphere Examples and Scenarios Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 7.3 – Install, Configure, and Manage vCenter Operations Manager

Knowledge
Differentiate Major/Minor vCenter Operations Manager badges
Explain vCenter Operations Manager architecture
Deploy and Configure vCenter Operations Manager appliance
Upgrade vCenter Operations Manager
Understand metrics used by Major/Minor vCenter Operations Manager badges
Monitor vSphere environment
For a given alarm, identify the affected resource in vSphere implementation
Tools
vSphere Monitoring and Performance Guide
vCenter Operations Manager Getting Started Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 7.4 – Audit vCloud Automation Center Resources and Events

Knowledge
Identify the location of events and tasks in the vCloud Automation Center interface
Review and interpret tasks and events
Identify the ways to export tasks and events
Identify vCloud Automation Center Resource types
Tools
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Tenant Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 7.5 – Map vCloud Automation Center Resources to vSphere Resources

Knowledge
Identify and differentiate the components of the vCloud Automation Center and vSphere GUIs
Identify and differentiate the components of vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) and vSphere GUIs
Describe the relationship between vCloud storage resources/profiles and VMFS/NFS datastores
Describe the relationship between vCloud network resources and vSphere standard/distributed switches
Describe the relationship between compute resources and DRS/HA clusters
Determine which vSwitch resource is being used by a given cloud network
Determine on which datastore a virtual machine resides
Determine on which host a virtual machine resides
Describe the relationship between vCAC Business Groups and vSphere Resources
Describe the relationship between vCAC Network Profiles and vSphere networks
Describe the relationship between Fabric Groups and vSphere Resources
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Foundations and Concepts Guide
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Networking Guide
vSphere Storage Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console
vSphere Client and Web Client

Section 8 – Install and Configure vCloud Automation Center

Objective 8.1- Explain vCloud Suite Components and Features

Knowledge
Identify vCloud Air solutions
Identify vCloud Automation Center/vCloud Air integration options
Identify IT Business Management key capabilities
Identify available vCloud Suite editions
Explain Site Recovery Manager functionality
Differentiate vCloud Hybrid Service offerings
Explain vCenter Configuration Manager functionality
Explain vCenter Infrastructure Navigator functionality
Explain vFabric Hyperic functionality
Explain vCloud Application Director functionality
Determine the appropriate vCloud Suite edition based on customer requirements
Tools
VMware vCloud Air User’s Guide
vCloud Air Services
IT Business Management Standard Edition Installation and Administration Guide
vCloud Suite Licensing Guide
Site Recovery Manager Installation and Configuration
VMware vCenter Configuration Manager Installation Guide
vCenter Infrastructure Navigator Installation and Configuration Guide
vCenter Hyperic Installation and Configuration Guide
Using VMware vCloud Application Director
VMware vCloud Architecture Toolkit (vCAT)
vSphere Client and Web Client

Objective 8.2 – Install and upgrade vCloud Suite components

Knowledge
Identify prerequisites for vCloud Automation Center upgrades
Upgrade vCloud Automation Center
Install vCloud Automation Center
Identify the vCloud Suite components and prerequisites for installation
Describe installation order of the components
Describe upgrade order of the components
Identify prerequisites and deployment steps necessary for vCloud Automation Center configuration
Identify relationships between vCenter Server and vCloud Automation Center
Create a SysPrep package
Install vCloud Connector
Troubleshoot basic installation issues
Configure vCloud Automation Center endpoints
Configure vCloud Automation Center database settings
Tools
Upgrading to vCloud Automation Center
vCloud Automation Center Installation and Configuration Guide
Installing and Configuring vCloud Connector
vSphere Client and Web Client
vCloud Connector vSphere Client Plug-In
vCloud Connector Web UI
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 8.3 – Configure and Administer vCloud Connector Advanced Edition

Knowledge
Identify the components of vCloud Connector
Explain vApp copy process
Identify the virtual machine state
Identify the configuration(s) necessary for Data Center Extension
Configure and Administer vCloud Connector
Differentiate between functionality of components of vCloud Connector
Implement required network and security settings
Determine storage requirements and add storage for vCloud Connector node
Register vCloud Connector UI with vCenter Server
Register vCloud Networking and Security Manager with the vCloud Connector server
Troubleshoot common vCloud Connector installation and operations issues
Create a vCloud Connector Content Library
Publish vSphere folders and vCloud catalogs to a vCloud Connector Content Library
Subscribe/unsubscribe to a published folder or catalog
Stretch deploy a VM or vApp using Data Center Extension
Tools
Installing and Configuring vCloud Connector
Using vCloud Connector
VMware vCloud Architecture Toolkit (vCAT)
vCloud Connector vSphere Client Plug-In
vCloud Connector Web UI

Objective 8.4 – Configure vCloud Automation Center settings

Knowledge
Configure vCloud Automation Center Load Balancer
Configure Identity Appliance
Configure Standalone PostgreSQL Database
Configure Primary vCloud Automation Center Server Appliance
Join vCloud Automation Center Appliance to a Cluster
Identify vCloud Automation Center Enterprise Administrator UI
Configure vCloud Automation Center System Settings
Generate a Certificate Signing Request or self-signed certificates
Import certificates
Add vCenter Servers to a vCloud Automation Center server
Configure vCloud Automation Center licensing
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Installation and Configuration
vCloud Automation Center Foundations and Concepts Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vCloud Suite Licensing Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 8.5 – Integrate vCloud Automation Center with vCloud Air and Third Party Cloud Platforms

Bringing Resources Under vCloud Automation Center Management
IaaS Configuration for All Platforms
Store Users Credentials for Cloud Endpoints
Create a vCloud Air Endpoint
Create an Amazon SWS Endpoint
Create a Red Hat OpenStack Endpoint
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Installation and Configuration
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Section 9 – Administer vCloud Automation Center Users, Role and Privileges

Objective 9.1 – Create Roles and Apply Privileges to Roles

Knowledge
Identify vCloud Automation Center predefined roles and their specific privilege levels
Identify the operations that can be performed on predefined roles
Given an end-user’s job description, determine the appropriate role to grant
Validate specific access rights in a security role
Troubleshoot common customized role access issues
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Installation and Configuration
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Client and Web Client
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 9.2 – Configure Tenant-Specific Active Directory/LDAP Integration

Knowledge
Configure Active Directory/LDAP integration
Test connectivity to external Active Directory/LDAP
Identify Active Directory/LDAP integration options and where each can be used
Configure Active Directory/LDAP search base DN’s
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Installation and Configuration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Tenant Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console
vSphere Client and Web Client

Section 10 – Create and Administer Cloud Networking

Objective 10.1 – Manage Network Services

Knowledge
Identify the available NSX for vSphere Edge network services
Manage network services from within vCloud Automation Center
Configure DHCP/NAT/VPN/Load Balancer
Sub-allocate IP Pools
Add static IP addresses
Configure syslog
Use logs to troubleshoot common network service issues
Tools
NSX Administration Guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console
vSphere Web Client

Objective 10.2 – Explain NSX Integration with vCloud Automation Center Automation

Knowledge
Identify Multi-Machine Services
Configure NSX Integration
Identify the NSX Distributed Firewall components
Tools
vCloud Automation Center IaaS for Multi-machine Services Guide
NSX Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console
vSphere Web Client

Objective 10.3 – Configure and Manage vCloud Automation Center Networking

Knowledge
Identify vCloud Automation Center Network profile
Identify Mult-machine Services
Identify Network and Security Virtualization
Create Multi-Machine Blueprints
Manage IaaS for Network and Security Integration
Tools
vCloud Automation Center IaaS for Multi-Machine Services
NSX Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console
vSphere Web Client

Objective 10.4 – Configure and Manage VXLAN

Knowledge
Identify NSX for vSphere Components
Install and manage NSX for vSphere Logical Switches
Identify and Define VXLAN use cases and purpose
Configure VXLAN Transport parameters
Create and configure VXLAN Tunnel Endpoints (VTEPs)
Assign Segment ID Pool and Multicast address range to NSX Manager
Tools
NSX Installation and Upgrade Guide
NSX Administration Guide
Physical Switch prerequisites for VXLAN setup

Section 11 – Configure and Administer Tenants and Business Groups

Objective 11.1 – Create and Manage Business Groups

Knowledge
Identify Business Group roles and their specific privilege levels
Identify and Manage Business Group Manager role
Identify and Manage Support User role
Identify and Manage User role
Assign Active Directory Users and Groups to Business Group Roles
Create and manage Machine Prefixes
Identify and Configure Custom Properties
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Foundations and Concepts
vCloud Automation Center Tenant Administration
vCustom Property Reference
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 11.2 – Create and Manage Tenants

Knowledge
Configure branding for the vCenter Automation Center console
Add and configure Tenant-specific inbound and outbound email notifications
Override and Revert to system default email servers
Identify and add Identity Stores in vCloud Automation Center
Create and assign user roles to an Identity Store Group
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Tenant Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console
vSphere Client and Web Client

Section 12 – Allocate and Manage vCloud Automation Center Resources

Objective 12.1 – Create and Manage Fabric Groups

Knowledge
Adding and configuring vSphere Endpoints
Adding and configuring vCloud Automation Center endpoints
Map compute resources to endpoints
Assign correct permissions to manage Fabric Groups
Perform compute resource data collection
Perform resource monitoring tasks
Tools
vCloud Automation Center IaaS Configuration for Virtual Platforms
IaaS Configuration for vCloud Director

Objective 12.2 – Create and Manage Reservations

Knowledge
Create and Manage Reservations
Specify Reservation Information
Create and Manage a Cloud Reservation
Select a Reservation for a Cloud machine
Create an endpoint to reserve physical machine resources
Tools
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
Iaas Configuration for Virtual Platforms
Iaas Configuration for Cloud Platforms
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 12.3 – Create and Manage Reservation Policies

Knowledge
Create, Configure, and assign one or more Reservations to a Reservation Policy
Create, Configure, and assign a Reservation Policy to one or more blueprints
Create and assign a Storage Reservation Policy
Tools
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
Iaas Configuration for Virtual Platforms
Iaas Configuration for Cloud Platforms
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Section 13 – Create and Administer vCloud Automation Center Resources

Objective 13.1 – Create and Manage Machine/Multi-Machine Blueprints

Knowledge
Identify the different blueprint machine types (virtual, cloud, physical)
Identify the different blueprint provisioning types (local and global)
Identify different blueprint actions (create, clone, linked-clone)
Explain run time property precedents
Create single and/or multi-machine blueprints
Create a build profile
Configure appropriate blueprint security
Configure approvals for a blueprint
Given a scenario, determine the appropriate custom properties for the blueprint or build profile
Tools
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
Iaas Configuration for Virtual Platforms
Iaas Configuration for Cloud Platforms
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 13.2 – Create and Manage Service Catalog Entitlements

Knowledge
Add and remove Catalog items in a Service
Identify, create, and prioritize Entitlements
Create and update an Approval policy
Identify Entitlement Status
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Tenant Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center System Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 13.3 – Create and manage Service Catalog Items

Knowledge
Identify and Create Services
Identify and Configure Catalog Items
Identify and configure Actions
Identify and Create Entitlements
Identify and create approval Policies
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Foundations and Concepts
vCloud Automation Center Tenant Administration Guide
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 13.4 – Create and manage Service Blueprints

Knowledge
Create and edit Service Blueprints
Add new Service Blueprint Forms to define the appearance of catalog item details
Identify roles required to create and manage Service Blueprints
Publish a Service Blueprint as a catalog item
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Advanced Service Design
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 13.5 – Create and manage a Property Dictionary

Knowledge
Identify Property Definitions and their functions
Create and manage Property Layouts
Create and manage Property Layouts
Identify rights required to create and manage Property Definitions and Layouts
Identify rights required to use Property Definitions and Layouts
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Custom Property Reference
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 13.6 – Create and Manage Build Profiles

Knowledge
Identify Build Profiles and property sets
Create and modify a Build Profile
Create and modify a property set
Add property sets to a Build Profile
Tools
Iaas Configuration for Virtual Platforms
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Section 14 – Extend a vCloud Automation Center Implementation

Objective 14.1 – Create Custom Services Using Advanced Service Designer

Knowledge
Identify vCloud Automation Center API extensibility options
Create and manage custom services and service blueprints
Identify tools and features for vCloud Automation Center Extensions
Tools
Advanced Service Design
vCloud Automation Center Extensibility
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 14.2 – Create and Modify Basic Orchestrator Workflows

Knowledge
Identify Orchestrator workflows for converting virtual machines between Orchestrator and IaaS
Identify different Orchestrator workflow types
Create and manage Orchestrator endpoints to run workflows
Call an Orchestrator workflow from an IaaS workflow
Import Orchestrator workflows into vCloud Automation Center
Configure the default workflow folder for a tenant
Create and publish Orchestrator workflows as catalog items in a service blueprint
Tools
vCloud Automation Center Extensibility Guide
Advanced Service Design
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

Objective 14.3 – Create Basic Application Blueprints

Knowledge
Identify Application Services privilege prerequisites for creating Application Blueprints
Create and modify Applications
Create and modify Application Versions
Identify Application and Application Version requirements for creating Application Blueprints
Model and create Application Blueprints
Modify and manage existing Application Blueprints
Tools
Using Application Services
vCloud Automation Center Web Console

 

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