Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Introducing VMware vSphere 6.7
Chapter 3: Planning and Installing VMware ESXi
Chapter 4: Installing and Configuring vCenter Server
Chapter 5: vSphere Update Manager and the vCenter Support Tools
Chapter 6: Creating and Configuring a vSphere Network
Chapter 7: Creating and Configuring Storage Devices
Chapter 8: Ensuring High Availability and Business Continuity
Chapter 9: Securing VMware vSphere
Chapter 10: Creating and Managing Virtual Machines
Chapter 11: Using Templates and vApps
Chapter 12: Managing Resource Allocation
Chapter 13: Balancing Resource Utilization
Chapter 14: Monitoring VMware vSphere Performance
Chapter 15: Automating VMware vSphere
Chapter 16: Appendix
Below are some of the career paths and potential opportunities after passing the VMWare Certified Professional (VCP) exam.
- IT Manager
- System Architect
- System Administrator
- System Engineer
- Chief Technical Officer (C.T.O)
Here are the prerequisites for the certification exam:
- A minimally qualified candidate has six to twelve months of hands-on experience installing, configuring, and managing a vSphere solution.
- A candidate possesses skills in deploying and administering guest operating systems on a vSphere infrastructure.
- Successful candidates also have basic knowledge of storage, networking, hardware, business continuity, disaster recovery, security, environmental monitoring, and troubleshooting.