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25 Apr

VCPD610 Online Test-VMware Certified Professional – Desktop

Currently, our VCPD610 online test only provide 20 questions. Answer one question correctly, you can get 5 points. The content of these questions are the latest exam content. Please feel free to test your skill level.

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Which two statements are true regarding a new vSphere deployment that is using software FCoE boot from SAN? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

An administrator has determined that a vSphere Standard Switch is dropping outbound frames from a virtual machine adapter. Upon further investigation, it is determined that the outbound frame is being dropped because the source MAC address differs from the one in the virtual machine configuration file (.vmx). Which security policy should the administrator reconfigure to modify this behavior?

 
 
 
 

A vSphere administrator needs to add redundancy to an ESXi 5.x management network on a vSphere Standard Switch. Which method should the administrator use to create redundant management networks?

 
 
 
 

A system administrator needs to control the allocation of memory and CPU resources to an organization’s Finance team. The vSphere environment is built on a single cluster of ESXi hosts. Which feature can be used to accomplish this task?

 
 
 
 

An administrator is setting up a new vSphere environment for application development with health monitoring and capacity management. The administrator has purchased three servers for the initial install. The administrator is not planning to grow the environment and needs to keep costs as low as possible. Which vSphere kit should the administrator use to meet these requirements?

 
 
 
 

An administrator needs to unmount a datastore that is also used for HA storage heartbeats. What is the least disruptive method for an administrator to perform this activity on a slave HA host?

 
 
 
 

A customer needs to select an appropriate Path Selection Policy (PSP) for their storage array. There is no requirement for a preferred path. The policy should not select a new path unless the current one fails. Which PSP meets the requirement?

 
 
 
 

A customer needs a datastore to be seen across multiple vSphere clusters with applications inside of the virtual machines that must detect the physical characteristics of the storage device. Which type of virtual disk meets this requirement?

 
 
 
 

An administrator has configured multi-pathing using an Fiber Channel array in an active-active configuration. What is the expected behavior of an ESXi host when a failed preferred path becomes available using the Fixed path selection policy for this array type?

 
 
 
 

During the installation of ESXi 5.5, the following error message is reported: Hardware Virtualization is not a feature of the CPU, or is not enabled in the BIOS. Which condition would generate this message?

 
 
 
 

As part of a multisite Single Sign-On (SSO) deployment what two steps are required to ensure that a change to one Single Sign-On instance is propagated to the other instances? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

An administrator is upgrading a vSphere Distributed Switch.  The existing switch is version 5.0 and the administrator wants to upgrade to the latest version possible.  The environment contains several ESXi 5.1 hosts.  Which two options are available to ensure that the upgraded switch will be compatible with these hosts? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

An administrator has a list of users who should not have access to Workspace Portal services. Some users need access to other services using their directory services account. Other users no longer need access to any services on the corporate network. Which two steps should the administrator take to restrict access to Workspace Portal services? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

Which two values will an administrator use to update ThinApp applications that are entitled through Workspace Portal? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

Which two user authentication methods are natively supported by Workspace Portal? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

An administrator needs to modify the Workspace Portal instance to provide access to a group of users in a different Active Directory Forest. Which two steps must the administrator take to connect to this new forest? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

Several users spanning multiple Active Directory groups have been assigned to a special project and need access to a set of applications. An administrator needs to create a group to manage these users in Workspace Portal but does not have access to Active Directory to create a new group there. What should the administrator do?

 
 
 
 

The administrator is required to make ThinApp packages available in streaming mode through Workspace Portal. What are the minimum required share and NTFS permissions?

 
 
 
 

In which two situations should a VMware customer choose to implement Workspace Portal? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

An administrator needs to provide access to applications for users regardless of whether the users have network access.Which two VMware components should the administrator choose? (Choose two.)

 
 
 
 

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14 Apr

VCPD610 VMware Certified Professional – Desktop

The VCPD610 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.

It is also important for the candidates to know VMware VCPD610 exam objectives.

Section 1 – Install Horizon View Server Components

Objective 1.1 – Differentiate Horizon View Component Functions and Features

Knowledge
Describe Horizon 6 with View architecture (Composer, Connection, Microsoft RDSH, security
server)
Describe Horizon View protocols
Identify network ports required for Horizon View protocols
Describe VMware ThinApp
Describe kiosk mode
Describe persona management options
Describe the Horizon View agent
Differentiate Horizon View client access options
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Architecture Planning Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 1.2 – Install Horizon View Composer

Knowledge
Describe Horizon View Composer database and connectivity
Describe Horizon View Composer service and dependencies
Navigate the Horizon View Composer installation wizard
Identify when to install Horizon View Composer in stand-alone mode
Tools
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Security Guide
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Architecture Planning Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 1.3 – Install Horizon View Connection Server

Knowledge
Identify required firewall rules
Install Horizon View Connection servers
Differentiate between standard and replica servers
Tools
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Security Guide
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 1.4 – Install Horizon View Security Server

Knowledge
Identify required firewall rules
Configure Horizon View security server pairing
Navigate the View Connection server installation wizard
Tools
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Security Guide
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Horizon View Administrator Objective 1.5 – Prepare Environment for Horizon View

Knowledge
Describe characteristics of required Active Directory domain accounts, groups, and permissions
Identify and describe the Group Policy Object (GPO) template files
Describe Organizational Units (OUs) for machine accounts and kiosk mode client accounts
Verify trust relationships
Describe DHCP requirements for Horizon View desktops
Identify required firewall rules to support Microsoft Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH)
Navigate the Microsoft Windows Service Manager to administer RDSH
Tools
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Security Guide
Horizon View Administration Guide
Setting Up Desktop and Application Pools in Horizon View
Horizon View Administrator

Section 2 – Configure a Horizon View Environment

Objective 2.1 – Configure Horizon View Composer

Knowledge
Identify default View Composer port settings
Identify domain accounts used for QuickPrep
Identify the VMware vCenter™ Server host system
Identify necessary account domain permissions and domain trust relationships
Enable View Composer from View Administrator and add domain account(s)
Tools
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Architecture Planning Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 2.2 – Configure Horizon View

Knowledge
Explain the purpose of the Events database
Configure the Events database settings
Configure the Syslog server
Enable Horizon View Storage Accelerator
Enable disk space reclamation
Configure SSL
Configure and modify Horizon View global settings
Configure external URL settings
Configure default roles, custom roles, and required permissions
Configure display protocol settings
Edit Horizon View security server settings
Describe virtual printing services and architecture
Configure location-aware printing
Configure the profile store for Persona management
Configure virtual profile GPOs
Tools
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Architecture Planning Guide
Horizon View Administrator
Horizon View ADM files
sviconfig.exe

Objective 2.3 – Configure PCoIP/RDP Protocol Settings

Knowledge
Configure HTML access
Describe protocol requirements
Locate ADM template files
Explain GPO settings
Configure Flash quality and throttling
Configure 3D rendering capabilities
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Architecture Planning Guide
PCoIP Network Optimization Guide
Horizon View Administrator
Horizon View ADM files

Objective 2.4 – Configure and Manage Horizon View Security

Knowledge
Import certificates
Turn on certificate-based authentication
Identify authentication requirements for RSA, Smart Cards, and RADIUS
Configure SAML authenticator
Create Horizon View access groups for delegated administration and roles
Create and assign delegated administrative roles
Configure clipboard redirection
Tools
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Security Guide
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 2.5 – Integrate VMware ThinApp into a Horizon View Deployment

Knowledge
Create VMware ThinApp applications
Create or identify supported file share
Assign permissions to the share
Verify MSI streaming settings in the package.ini files
Identify necessary VMware ThinApp package components to put on the share
Assign VMware ThinApp applications to pools
Tools
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Administration Guide
VMware ThinApp User’s Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 2.6 – Configure Horizon View Cloud Pod Architecture

Knowledge
Enable and configure a multi-site/pod deployment
Configure global entitlements
Configure home sites
Configure user entitlements
Tools
Administering Horizon View Cloud Pod Architecture
Horizon View Administrator

Section 3 – Create and Configure Horizon View Desktop Pools

Objective 3.1 – Configure Linked Clone Automated Pools

Knowledge
Identify floating vs. dedicated assignments
Identify and configure optional disk settings
Identify and configure pool settings
Identify and configure 3D renderer
Identify and configure provisioning settings
Identify and configure base image and snapshot
Identify and configure vCenter Server resource settings
Identify and configure advanced storage settings
Identify and configure guest customization settings (e.g., QuickPrep, Sysprep)
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 3.2 – Configure Full Clone Automated Pools

Knowledge
Identify floating vs. dedicated assignments
Identify and configure pool settings
Identify and configure 3D renderer
Identify and configure provisioning settings
Identify and configure template
Identify and configure vCenter Server resource settings
Identify and configure guest customization settings
Identify and configure advanced storage settings
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 3.3 – Configure Manual Pools

Knowledge
Identify and configure pool settings
Identify and configure desktop sources
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 3.4 – Build and Customize Desktop Images

Knowledge
Perform OS optimizations
Perform installation of View Agent and VMware Tools
Configure virtual machine hardware
Create and manage snapshots
Create customization specifications
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Installation Guide
Windows XP Deployment Guide
VMware Horizon with View Optimization Guide for Windows 7 and Windows 8
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 3.5 – Configure RDSH (Remote Desktop Session Host) Application Pools

Knowledge
Configure Remote Desktop Services (RDS) farms
Configure RDS desktop pool settings
Configure RDS application pool settings
Tools
Setting Up Desktop and Application Pools in Horizon View
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Section 4 – Troubleshoot a Horizon View Implementation

Objective 4.1 – Troubleshoot Desktop Imaging Issues

Knowledge
Troubleshoot Quickprep issues
Troubleshoot Sysprep issues
Troubleshoot template issues
Troubleshoot access issues
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Installation Guide
Windows XP Deployment Guide
VMware Horizon with View Optimization Guide for Windows 7 and Windows 8
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 4.2 – Troubleshoot Account and Permission Issues

Knowledge
Troubleshoot entitlement issues
Troubleshoot account issues
Troubleshoot permission issues
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 4.3 – Troubleshoot Horizon View Component Connectivity Issues

Knowledge
Troubleshoot Horizon View client connectivity issues
Troubleshoot Horizon View client protocol connectivity issues
Troubleshoot desktop connectivity issues
Generate and analyze log bundles
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Installation Guide
Horizon View Administrator

Objective 4.4 – Troubleshoot PCoIP Configuration Issues

Knowledge
Monitor PCoIP session statistics
Troubleshoot performance issues
Troubleshoot packet loss
Optimize visual settings
Tools
Horizon View Administration Guide
Horizon View Architecture Planning Guide
PCoIP Network Optimization Guide
Horizon View Administrator
Horizon View ADM files

Section 5 – Install, Configure, and Manage VMware Mirage

Objective 5.1 – Describe and Differentiate VMware Mirage Components

Knowledge
Identify firewall requirements for VMware Mirage
Install VMware Mirage Management server and console
Install VMware Mirage Web Manager
Install VMware Mirage server
Install VMware Mirage Gateway server
Install and Configure File Portal
Configure Branch Reflector
Configure role-based delegations
Configure driver library and profiles
Configure SSL
Configure the User State Migration Tool (USMT)
Configure storage volumes
Tools
VMware Mirage Administration Guide
VMware Mirage Installation Guide
VMware Mirage Web Manager Guide
VMware Mirage Management console

Objective 5.2 – Manage Base and Application Layers

Knowledge
Capture and update the Base layer
Capture and update the App layer
Assign Base and App layers
Tools
VMware Mirage Administration Guide
VMware Mirage Management console

Objective 5.3 – Configure and Manage Endpoints

Knowledge
Create and manage Upload policies
Restore snapshots
Create, manage, and archive collections
Install the Mirage Client
Migrate and centralize endpoints
Tools
VMware Mirage Administration Guide
VMware Mirage Management console

Section 6 – Install, Configure, and Manage VMware Workspace Portal

Objective 6.1 – Install VMware Workspace Portal

Knowledge
Identify minimum hardware and software requirements
Identify firewall requirements
Understand forward and reverse DNS requirements for VMware Workspace virtual appliances
Create IP pools
Deploy OVA/OVF files
Configure initial installation (console, web)
Setup external database
Setup high availability
Tools
VMware Workspace Portal Reviewer’s Guide
Installing and Configuring VMware Workspace Portal
VMware Workspace Portal Administrator’s Guide
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
VMware Workspace Admin Console

Objective 6.2 – Configure VMware Workspace Portal

Knowledge
Configure high availability
Configure SSL certificates
Configure NTP
Configure users and groups
Configure web links and SaaS application authentication
Configure VMware ThinApp access and delivery
Configure approvals
Tools
Installing and Configuring VMware Workspace Portal
VMware Workspace Portal Administrator’s Guide
VMware Workspace Admin Console

Objective 6.3 – Manage VMware Workspace Portal

Knowledge
Define and promote administrators
Package VMware ThinApp applications
Entitle and deploy applications
Enable Horizon View desktop access through VMware Workspace Portal
Configure reporting for usage and entitlement
Deploy and update VMware Workspace Portal clients
Integrate Office365 into VMware Workspace Portal
Tools
Installing and Configuring VMware Workspace Portal
VMware Workspace Portal Administrator’s Guide
VMware Workspace Admin Console

Section 7 – Plan, Install, Configure, and Upgrade vCenter Server and ESXi

Objective 7.1 – Identify and Explain vSphere Architecture and Solutions

Knowledge
Identify available vSphere editions and features
Explain ESXi and vCenter Server architectures
Determine appropriate vSphere edition based on customer requirements
Tools
vSphere Installation and Setup guide
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Web Client

Objective 7.2 – Install and Configure vCenter Server and ESXi

Knowledge
Identify vCenter Server appliance and database requirements
Identify available vCenter Server editions
Identify SSO requirements
Identify ESXi host requirements
Deploy the vCenter Server appliance
Install vCenter Server into a virtual machine
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
Administer vSphere Client plug-ins
Configure vCenter Server and ESXi licensing
Perform an interactive installation of ESXi using media or PXE
Configure NTP, DNS and Routing on an ESXi Host
Enable/Disable hyper-threading
Select a CPU power management policy
Enable/Size/Disable memory compression cache
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 Web Client

Objective 7.3 – Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and ESXi

Knowledge
Identify upgrade requirements for ESXi hosts
Identify steps required to upgrade vCenter Server and ESXi
Upgrade a vSphere Distributed Switch
Upgrade from VMFS3 to VMFS5
Upgrade VMware Tools and virtual machine hardware
Upgrade an ESXi Host using vCenter Update Manager
Upgrade vCenter Server components
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 Upgrade Guide
vSphere Web Client

Section 8 – Plan and Configure vSphere Networking

Objective 8.1 – Configure vSphere Standard Switches

Knowledge
Identify vSphere Standard Switch capabilities
Identify common vSphere Standard Switch policies
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 cases for a vSphere Standard Switch
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Networking Guide
vSphere Web Client

Objective 8.2 – Configure vSphere Distributed Switches

Knowledge
Identify vSphere Distributed Switch capabilities
Identify common vSphere Distributed Switch policies
Create/Delete a vSphere Distributed Switch
Add/Remove ESXi hosts to/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 vDS configuration
Configure LACP on Uplink Port Groups
Determine use cases for a vSphere Distributed Switch
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Networking Guide
vSphere Web Client
net-dvs

Section 9 – Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

Objective 9.1 – Configure Shared Storage for vSphere

Knowledge
Identify storage adapters and devices
Identify storage naming conventions
Identify hardware/dependent hardware/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 Fiber Channel/iSCSI LUNs as ESXi boot LUNs
Create an NFS share for use with vSphere
Connect to a NAS device
Enable/Configure/Disable vCenter Server storage filters
Configure/Edit hardware/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 initiator
Determine use case for and configure array thin provisioning
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Storage Guide
vSphere Web Client

Objective 9.2 – Configure Software Defined Storage

Knowledge
Differentiate VSA and Virtual SAN solutions
Describe Virtual SAN architecture
Identify Virtual SAN requirements
Differentiate Virtual SAN licensing options
Identify Virtual SAN Capabilities
Describe Virtual SAN use cases
Create/Delete Virtual SAN cluster
Manage Virtual SAN disk groups
Create Storage Service Classes
Monitor Virtual SAN storage
Add/Remove Virtual SAN Nodes
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Storage Guide
vSphere Web Client

Objective 9.3 – Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores

Knowledge
Identify VMFS and NFS datastore properties
Identify VMFS5 capabilities
Describe 2TB+ VMFS capabilities
Create/Rename/Delete/Unmount a VMFS datastore
Mount/Unmount an NFS datastore
Extend/Expand VMFS datastores
Place a VMFS datastore in Maintenance Mode
Select the Preferred Path for a VMFS datastore
Disable a path to a VMFS datastore
Determine use case for multiple VMFS/NFS datastores
Determine appropriate Path Selection Policy for a given VMFS datastore
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Storage Guide
vSphere Web Client

Section 10 – Deploy and Administer Virtual Machines

Objective 10.1 – Create and Deploy Virtual Machines

Knowledge
Identify capabilities of virtual machine hardware versions
Identify virtual machine storage resources
Place virtual machines in selected ESXi hosts, Clusters, and Resource Pools
Configure and deploy a Guest Operating System 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
Convert a physical machine using VMware Converter
Import a supported virtual machine source using VMware Converter
Modify virtual hardware settings using VMware Converter
Create/Clone/Export a vApp
Edit vApp settings
Configure IP pools
Suspend/Resume a vApp
Configure/Modify virtual CPU and Memory resources according to Operating System and
application requirements
Configure/Modify virtual NIC adapter and connect virtual machines to appropriate network
resources
Determine appropriate datastore locations for virtual machines based on application workloads
Determine when a tiered application should be deployed as a vApp
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
vSphere Web Client

Objective 10.2 – Manage Virtual Machine Clones and Templates

Knowledge
Identify cloning and template options
Identify content types
Clone an existing virtual machine
Create a template from an existing virtual machine
Deploy a virtual machine from a template
Update existing virtual machine templates
Deploy virtual appliances and/or vApps from an OVF template
Import and/or Export an OVF template
Create a Content Library (VMs, ISOs, Scripts, vApps)
Publish/Subscribe/Share Content Library
Determine the appropriate deployment methodology for a given virtual machine application
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
vSphere Web Client

Objective 10.3 – Administer Virtual Machines

Knowledge
Identify snapshot requirements
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 USB device pass-through from an ESXi host
Configure serial port redirection
Configure virtual machine options
Configure virtual machine power settings
Configure virtual machine boot options
Configure virtual machine troubleshooting 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
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide
vSphere Web Client

Section 11 – Establish and Maintain Service Levels

Objective 11.1 – Create and Configure vSphere Clusters and Resource Pools

Knowledge
Create and Delete a Distributed Resource Scheduler/High Availability cluster
Add/Remove ESXi Hosts and virtual machines to/from a Distributed Resource Scheduler/High
Availability cluster
Configure a Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler cluster
Configure Enhanced vMotion Compatibility
Monitor a Distributed Resource Scheduler/High Availability cluster
Configure migration thresholds and automation levels for Distributed Resource Scheduler and
virtual machines
Enable/Configure/Disable Host and Distributed Power Management
Create affinity rules
Enable/Disable host, virtual machine, and application monitoring
Configure admission control for High Availability and virtual machines
Identify VMware Fault Tolerance requirements and limits
Configure and test a Fault Tolerance configuration
Enable/Disable VMware Fault Tolerance on a virtual machine
Determine use case for enabling Fault Tolerance on a virtual machine
Describe the Resource Pool hierarchy
Define the Expandable Reservation parameter
Describe vFlash architecture
Create/Remove a Resource Pool
Configure Resource Pool attributes
Add/Remove virtual machines from a Resource Pool
Create/Delete vFlash Resource Pool
Assign vFlash resources to VMDK files
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
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Availability Guide
vSphere Monitoring and Performance Guide
vSphere Web Client
esxtop

Objective 11.2 – Service ESXi Hosts and Virtual Machines

Knowledge
Identify ESXi host and virtual machine requirements for vMotion and Storage vMotion
Identify Enhanced vMotion Compatibility CPU requirements
Identify snapshot requirements for vMotion and Storage vMotion migration
Migrate virtual machines using vMotion and Storage vMotion
Configure virtual machine swap file location
Migrate a powered-off or suspended virtual machine
Utilize advanced Storage vMotion techniques, such as changing virtual disk type, renaming virtual
machines, etc.
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
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Availability Guide
vSphere Host Profiles
Installing and Administering VMware vSphere Update Manager
vSphere Web Client

Section 12 – Monitor a vSphere Implementation

Objective 12.1 – 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 Web Client

Objective 12.2 – Create and Administer vCenter Server Alarms

Knowledge
List vCenter Server default utilization and connectivity alarms
List possible actions for utilization and connectivity alarms
Create a vCenter Server utilization alarm
Create a vCenter Server 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 Web Client

Objective 12.3 – Install, Configure, and Manage vCenter Operations Manager for View

Knowledge
Differentiate between major and minor vCenter Operations Manager for View badges
Explain vCenter Operations Manager for View architecture
Deploy and configure vCenter Operations Manager for View appliance
Install and configure vCenter Operations Manager for View adapter
Monitor vSphere and Horizon View environments
Identify the affected resource in a Horizon View implementation for a given alarm
Tools
vCenter Server and Host Management Guide
vSphere Monitoring and Performance guide
vCenter Operations Manager for Horizon View Installation Guide
vCenter Operations Manager for Horizon View Administration Guide
vCenter Operations Manager for View User Interface
vSphere Web Client

09 Apr

VCPC610 Online Test-VMware Certified Professional 6 – Cloud

Currently, our VCPC610 online test only provide 20 questions. Answer one question correctly, you can get 5 points. The content of these questions are the latest exam content. Please feel free to test your skill level.

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08 Apr

VCPC610 VMware Certified Professional 6 – Cloud

The VMware Certified Professional 6 – Cloud Exam tests certification candidates on their skills and abilities installing, configuring and administering a VMware vCloud environment. Successful candidates demonstrate mastery of these skills and abilities.

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.

Knowing VMware VCPC610 exam objectives are valuable in your preparation.

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

Objective 1.1 — Install and Configure vCenter Server
Objective 1.2 – Install and Configure VMware ESXi
Objective 1.3 – Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and VMware ESXi
Objective 1.4 – Secure vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Section 2 – Plan and Configure vSphere Networking

Objective 2.1 – Configure vSphere Standard Switches (vSS)
Objective 2.2 – Configure vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS)
Objective 2.3 – Configure vSphere Standard and Distributed Switch Policies

Section 3 – Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

Objective 3.1 – Configure Shared Storage for vSphere
Objective 3.2 – Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores

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

Objective 4.1 – Create and Deploy Virtual Machines
Objective 4.2 – Administer Virtual Machines

Section 5 – Establish and Maintain Service Levels

Objective 5.1 – Create and Configure VMware Clusters
Objective 5.2 – Create and Administer Resource Pools
Objective 5.3 – Migrate Virtual Machines
Objective 5.4 – Patch and Update ESXi and Virtual Machines

Section 6 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting and Alarm Management

Objective 6.1 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for ESXi Hosts
Objective 6.2 – Perform Troubleshooting for High Availability and Distributed Resource Scheduler
Clusters and vMotion/Storage vMotion Migrations
Objective 6.3 – Perform Basic vCloud Automation Center Troubleshooting

Section 7 – Monitor vSphere and vCloud Implementations

Objective 7.1 – Monitor ESXi, vCenter Server and Virtual Machines
Objective 7.2 – Create and Administer vCenter Server Alarms
Objective 7.3 – Install, Configure, and Manage vCenter Operations Manager
Objective 7.4 – Audit vCloud Automation Center Resources and Events
Objective 7.5 – Map vCloud Automation Center Resources to vSphere Resources

Section 8 – Install and Configure vCloud Automation Center

Objective 8.1- Explain vCloud Suite Components and Features
Objective 8.2 – Install and upgrade vCloud Suite components
Objective 8.3 – Configure and Administer vCloud Connector Advanced Edition
Objective 8.4 – Configure vCloud Automation Center settings
Objective 8.5 – Integrate vCloud Automation Center with vCloud Air and Third Party Cloud Platforms

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

Objective 9.1 – Create Roles and Apply Privileges to Roles
Objective 9.2 – Configure Tenant-Specific Active Directory/LDAP Integration

Section 10 – Create and Administer Cloud Networking

Objective 10.1 – Manage Network Services
Objective 10.2 – Explain NSX Integration with vCloud Automation Center Automation
Objective 10.3 – Configure and Manage vCloud Automation Center Networking
Objective 10.4 – Configure and Manage VXLAN

Section 11 – Configure and Administer Tenants and Business Groups

Objective 11.1 – Create and Manage Business Groups
Objective 11.2 – Create and Manage Tenants

Section 12 – Allocate and Manage vCloud Automation Center Resources

Objective 12.1 – Create and Manage Fabric Groups
Objective 12.2 – Create and Manage Reservations
Objective 12.3 – Create and Manage Reservation Policies

Section 13 – Create and Administer vCloud Automation Center Resources

Objective 13.1 – Create and Manage Machine/Multi-Machine Blueprints
Objective 13.2 – Create and Manage Service Catalog Entitlements
Objective 13.3 – Create and manage Service Catalog Items
Objective 13.4 – Create and manage Service Blueprints
Objective 13.5 – Create and manage a Property Dictionary
Objective 13.6 – Create and Manage Build Profiles

Section 14 – Extend a vCloud Automation Center Implementation

Objective 14.1 – Create Custom Services Using Advanced Service Designer
Objective 14.2 – Create and Modify Basic Orchestrator Workflows
Objective 14.3 – Create Basic Application Blueprints

20 Mar

VCP-550 Online Test-VMware Certified Professional – Data Center Virtualization

Currently, our VCP-550 online test only provide 20 questions. Answer one question correctly, you can get 5 points. The content of these questions are the latest exam content. Please feel free to test your skill level.

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19 Mar

VCP-510 Online Test-VMware Certified Professional on VSphere 5

Currently, our VCP-510 online test only provide 20 questions. Answer one question correctly, you can get 5 points. The content of these questions are the latest exam content. Please feel free to test your skill level.

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18 Feb

VCP550 VMware Certified Professional – Data Center Virtualization

VMware Certified Professional – Data Center Virtualization is the full name of VCP550 test. The VCP550 Exam consists of 135 questions and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 8 questions.The VCP550 exam is available in English.The time limit for the exam is 120 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes to complete the survey questions and agreements.

The passing score for this VCP550 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.

Below are the details of VMware VCP550 exam objectives.

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

Objective 1.1 – Identify and Explain vSphere Architecture and Solutions
Objective 1.2 — Install and Configure vCenter Server
Objective 1.3 – Install and Configure VMware ESXi
Objective 1.4 – Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and VMware ESXi
Objective 1.5 –Secure vCenter Server and ESXi

Section 2 – Plan and Configure vSphere Networking

Objective 2.1 – Configure vSphere Standard Switches
Objective 2.2 – Configure vSphere Distributed Switches
Objective 2.3 – Configure vSS and vDS Policies

Section 3 – Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

Objective 3.1 – Configure Shared Storage for vSphere
Objective 3.2 – Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores

Section 4 – Deploy and Administer Virtual Machines and vApps

Objective 4.1 – Create and Deploy Virtual Machines
Objective 4.2 – Create and Deploy vApps
Objective 4.3 – Manage Virtual Machine Clones and Templates
Objective 4.4 – Administer Virtual Machines and vApps

Section 5 – Establish and Maintain Service Levels

Objective 5.x – Create and Configure VMware Clusters
Objective 5.2 – Plan and Implement VMware Fault Tolerance
Objective 5.3 – Create and Administer Resource Pools
Objective 5.4 – Migrate Virtual Machines
Objective 5.5 – Backup and Restore Virtual Machines
Objective 5.6 – Patch and Update ESXi and Virtual Machines

Section 6 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting

Objective 6.1 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for ESXi Hosts
Objective 6.2 – Perform Basic vSphere Network Troubleshooting
Objective 6.3 – Perform Basic vSphere Storage Troubleshooting
Objective 6.4 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for HA/DRS Clusters and vMotion/Storage vMotion

Section 7 – Monitor a vSphere Implementation

Objective 7.1 – Monitor ESXi, vCenter Server and Virtual Machines
Objective 7.2 – Create and Administer vCenter Server Alarms
Objective 7.3 – Install, Configure and Administer vCenter Operations Manager

 

07 Feb

VCPD510 VMware Certified Professional – Desktop

The VCPD510 Exam consists of 135 questions and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 10 questions. The time limit for the VCPD510 exam is 120 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes to complete the survey questions and agreements. Candidates who take the VCPD510 Exam and have a home address in a country where English is not a primary language will have an additional 30 minutes added to the exam time.

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. The VCPD510 exam is available in English.

Below are the details of VMware VCPD510 exam objectives.

Section 1 – Install Horizon View Server Components

Objective 1.1 – Install View Composer
Objective 1.2 – Install View Standard and Replica Connection Servers
Objective 1.3 – Install View Transfer Server
Objective 1.4 – Install View Security Server
Objective 1.5 – Integrate VMware View with Active Directory

Section 2 – Configure a Horizon View Environment

Objective 2.1 – Configure View Composer
Objective 2.2 – Configure VMware View Events Database
Objective 2.3 – Configure View Server Components
Objective 2.3 – Configure PCoIP/RDP Protocol Settings
Objective 2.4 – Configure and Manage View Security
Objective 2.5 – Configure Remote and/or Location-based Printing
Objective 2.6 – Configure a View Environment for Local Mode
Objective 2.7 – Configure a View Environment for Kiosk Mode
Objective 2.8 – Integrate ThinApp into a View Environment
Objective 2.9 – Manage User Configurations

Section 3 – Create and Configure Horizon View Desktop Pools

Objective 3.1 – Configure Linked Clone Automated Pools
Objective 3.2 – Configure Full Clone Automated Pools
Objective 3.3 – Configure Manual Pools
Objective 3.4 – Build Desktop Sources

Section 4 – Troubleshoot a Horizon View Implementation

Objective 4.1 – Troubleshoot View Composer
Objective 4.2 – Monitor and Troubleshoot Events
Objective 4.3 – Troubleshoot Guest OS Customization
Objective 4.4 – Troubleshoot Accounts and Permissions
Objective 4.5 – Troubleshoot Connectivity Between View Components
Objective 4.6 – Troubleshoot PCoIP Configuration
Objective 4.7 – Troubleshoot View Servers (Connection, Security, Transfer)
Objective 4.8 – Troubleshoot View Persona Management

Section 5 – Differentiate Horizon View Component Features/Functions

Objective 5.1 – Describe/Differentiate View Components

Section 6 – Plan, Install, Configure and Upgrade vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Objective 6.1 — Install and Configure vCenter Server
Objective 6.2 – Install and Configure VMware ESXi
Objective 6.3 – Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Section 7 – Plan and Configure vSphere Networking

Objective 7.1 – Configure vSphere Standard Switches
Objective 7.2 – Configure vSphere Distributed Switches
Objective 7.3 – Configure vSS and vDS Policies

Section 8 – Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

Objective 8.1 – Configure Shared Storage for vSphere
Objective 8.2 – Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores

Section 9 – Deploy and Administer Virtual Machines and vApps

Objective 9.1 – Create and Deploy Virtual Machines
Objective 9.2 – Manage Virtual Machine Clones and Templates
Objective 9.3 – Administer Virtual Machines

Section 10 – Establish and Maintain Service Levels

Objective 10.1 – Create and Configure VMware Clusters
Objective 10.2 – Create and Administer Resource Pools
Objective 10.3 – Migrate Virtual Machines

Section 11 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting

Objective 11.1 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for ESXi Hosts
Objective 11.2 – Perform Basic vSphere Network Troubleshooting
Objective 11.3 – Perform Basic vSphere Storage Troubleshooting
Objective 11.4 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for HA/DRS Clusters and vMotion/Storage vMotion

Section 12 – Monitor a vSphere Implementation and Manage vCenter Server Alarms

Objective 12.1 – Monitor ESXi, vCenter Server and Virtual Machines
Objective 12.2 – Create and Administer vCenter Server Alarms

 

06 Feb

VCP510 VMware Certified Professional on VSphere 5

VCP5-DCV Exam testing center exam code: VCP510. The VCP510 Exam consists of 85 questions and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 8 questions. The time limit for the VCP510 exam is 90 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes to complete the survey questions and agreements. Candidates who take the VCP510 Exam and have a home address in a country where English is not a primary language will have an additional 30 minutes added to the exam time.

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.

VMware VCP510 exam objectives are as follows.

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

Objective 1.1 — Install and Configure vCenter Server
Objective 1.2 – Install and Configure VMware ESXi
Objective 1.3 – Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and VMware ESXi
Objective 1.4 –Secure vCenter Server and ESXi
Objective 1.5 – Identify vSphere Architecture and Solutions

Section 2 – Plan and Configure vSphere Networking

Objective 2.1 – Configure vSphere Standard Switches
Objective 2.2 – Configure vSphere Distributed Switches
Objective 2.3 – Configure vSS and vDS Policies

Section 3 – Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

Objective 3.1 – Configure Shared Storage for vSphere
Objective 3.2 – Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores

Section 4 – Deploy and Administer Virtual Machines and vApps

Objective 4.1 – Create and Deploy Virtual Machines
Objective 4.2 – Create and Deploy vApps
Objective 4.3 – Manage Virtual Machine Clones and Templates
Objective 4.4 – Administer Virtual Machines and vApps

Section 5 – Establish and Maintain Service Levels

Objective 5.x – Create and Configure VMware Clusters
Objective 5.2 – Plan and Implement VMware Fault Tolerance
Objective 5.3 – Create and Administer Resource Pools
Objective 5.4 – Migrate Virtual Machines
Objective 5.5 – Patch and Update ESXi and Virtual Machines

Section 6 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting

Objective 6.1 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for ESXi Hosts

 

05 Feb

VCPC550 VMware Certified Professional – Cloud (VCP-Cloud) Exam

VMware Certified Professional – Cloud (VCP-Cloud) Exam is the exam name of VCPC550 test. The VCPC550 Exam consists of 135 questions and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 10 questions.The VCPC550 exam is available in English.The time limit for the exam is 120 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes to complete the survey questions and agreements.

Candidates who take the VCP-Cloud Exam and have a home address in a country where English is not a primary language will have an additional 30 minutes added to the exam time.

The passing score for this VCPC550 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.

VMware VCPC550 exam objectives are below.

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

Objective 1.1 — Install and Configure vCenter Server
Objective 1.2 – Install and Configure VMware ESXi
Objective 1.3 – Plan and Perform Upgrades of vCenter Server and VMware ESXi
Objective 1.4 – Secure vCenter Server and VMware ESXi

Section 2 – Plan and Configure vSphere Networking

Objective 2.1 – Configure vSphere Standard Switches (vSS)
Objective 2.2 – Configure vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS)
Objective 2.3 – Configure vSphere Standard and Distributed Switch Policies

Section 3 – Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

Objective 3.1 – Configure Shared Storage for vSphere
Objective 3.2 – Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores

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

Objective 4.1 – Create and Deploy Virtual Machines
Objective 4.2 – Create and Deploy vSphere vApps
Objective 4.3 – Create and Deploy vCloud vApps
Objective 4.4 – Manage Virtual Machine Clones and Templates
Objective 4.5 – Administer Virtual Machines and vApps

Section 5 – Establish and Maintain Service Levels

Objective 5.1 – Create and Configure VMware Clusters
Objective 5.2 – Create and Administer Resource Pools
Objective 5.3 – Migrate Virtual Machines
Objective 5.4 – Patch and Update ESXi and Virtual Machines

Section 6 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting and Alarm Management

Objective 6.1 – Perform Basic Troubleshooting for ESXi Hosts
Objective 6.2 – Perform Basic vSphere and vCloud Network Troubleshooting
Objective 6.3 – Perform Basic vSphere and vCloud Storage Troubleshooting
Objective 6.4 – Perform Troubleshooting for High Availability and Distributed Resource Scheduler
(HA/DRS) Clusters and vMotion/Storage vMotion Migrations

Section 7 – Monitor vSphere and vCloud Implementations

Objective 7.1 – Monitor ESXi, vCenter Server and Virtual Machines
Objective 7.2 – Create and Administer vCenter Server Alarms
Objective 7.3 – Install, Configure, and Manage vCenter Operations (vC Ops) Manager
Objective 7.4 – Audit Resources and Events in a vCloud
Objective 7.5 – Map vCloud Resources to vSphere Resources

Section 8 – Install, Configure, and Upgrade vCloud Suite Components

Objective 8.1- Install available vCloud Suite editions
Objective 8.2 – Install and upgrade vCloud Suite components
Objective 8.3 – Configure and administer vCloud Connector Advanced Edition
Objective 8.4 – Configure vCloud system settings

Section 9 – Administer Users, Roles and Privileges in a vCloud

Objective 9.1 – Create Roles and Apply Privileges to Roles in a vCloud
Objective 9.2 – Configure AD/LDAP Integration in a vCloud

Section 10 – Create and Administer vCloud Networking

Objective 10.1 – Create and Administer vCloud External and Organization Networks
Objective 10.2 – Create and Administer vCloud Network Pools
Objective 10.3 – Create and Administer vApp networks
Objective 10.4 – Manage Network Services
Objective 10.5 – Manage vCNS Edge firewall from within vCloud
Objective 10.6 – Configure and manage vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) networking
Objective 10.7 – Configure and manage VXLAN

Section 11 – Configure and Administer vCloud Organizations

Objective 11.1 – Create an Organization
Objective 11.2 – Manage Organizations

Section 12 – Allocate and Manage vCloud Resources

Objective 12.1 – Create and Administer Provider vDCs
Objective 12.2 – Create and Administer Organization VDCs
Objective 12.3 – Create and Manage vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) Enterprise Groups
Objective 12.4 – Create and Manage vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) Reservations

Section 13 – Create and Administer vCloud Catalogs and vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) Blueprints

Objective 13.1 – Create vApp Templates, Media and Catalogs
Objective 13.2 – Manage Catalogs
Objective 13.3 – Create and Manage vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) Blueprints

 


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