VMware Certification Exam Prep: VCP6 - Network Virtualization Exam v6.2

Course Details
Code EDU-VCP6NV6
Tuition (USD): $300.00 • Self Paced

This comprehensive 110-video training course focuses on preparing a candidate to take the VMware Certified Professional 6 - Network Virtualization (NSX v6.2) Exam. The workshop includes an overview of the certification program, tips for preparing for the exam, an in-depth review of each of the objectives on the exam and sample questions broken down in video segments by a VMware Certified Instructor.

This Exam Prep grants you access to a time-saving and methodical study plan designed to let you review exam topics and identify and close knowledge gaps – a powerful way to build both your knowledge and your confidence before taking your VMware Certification exam.

Features:

  • Taught by top VMware instructors with specific knowledge related to exam content.
  • A comprehensive and detailed review of actual exam objectives covered in the real exam.
  • Review of objectives, study tips, plus advice on how to avoid common mistakes and hints on additional study resources.
  • You can stream the videos, allowing you to prepare at your own pace, wherever you may be.
  • Pause, fast-forward, rewind and re-watch capabilities let you take full advantage of the content most important to you.
  • Sample questions based on the actual exam objectives.

Skills Gained

By the end of the course, you should be prepared to answer questions based on the following exam objectives:

  • Understand VMware NSX Technology and Architecture
  • Understand VMware NSX Physical Infrastructure Requirements
  • Configure and Manage vSphere Networking
  • Install and Upgrade VMware NSX
  • Configure VMware NSX Virtual Networks
  • Configure and Manage NSX Network Services
  • Configure and Administer Network Security
  • Deploy a Cross-vCenter NSX environment
  • Perform Operations Tasks in a VMware NSX Environment
  • Troubleshoot a VMware Network Virtualization Implementation

Prerequisites

None, although experience with NSX and knowledge of the exam blueprints is essential before attempting the exam.

Course Details

Important

  • This Exam Prep is a fast-paced comprehensive review of the exam objectives and is an excellent way to prepare to take the exam, however this course is a supplementary review and not intended to be a substitute for training. If you need or require training, we strongly recommend that you take one of VMware’s high-quality training courses (available in On Demand and Instructor-led formats).
  • Exam Preps do not meet or fulfill the course requirement required for VMware Certification.

Outline

  • Introduction
  • 1.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 1
  • 1.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 2
  • 1.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 3
  • 1.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 4
  • 1.2 – Understanding VMware NSX Architecture, Part 1
  • 1.2 – Understanding VMware NSX Architecture, Part 2
  • 1.2 – Understanding VMware NSX Architecture, Part 3
  • 1.2 – Understanding VMware NSX Architecture, Part 4
  • 1.3 – Differentiating Physical and Virtual Network Technologies, Part 1
  • 1.3 – Differentiating Physical and Virtual Network Technologies, Part 2
  • 1.4 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with Third-Party Products and Services, Part 1
  • 1.4 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with Third-Party Products and Services, Part 2
  • 1.4 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with Third-Party Products and Services, Part 3
  • 1.4 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with Third-Party Products and Services, Part 4
  • 1.5 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with vRealize Automation (vRA), Part 1
  • 1.5 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with vRealize Automation (vRA), Part 2
  • 2.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics, Part 1
  • 2.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics, Part 2
  • 2.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics, Part 3
  • 2.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics, Part 4
  • 2.2 – Determining Physical Infrastructure Requirements for a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 1
  • 2.2 – Determining Physical Infrastructure Requirements for a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 2
  • 2.2 – Determining Physical Infrastructure Requirements for a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 3
  • 3.1 – Configuring and Managing vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS)
  • 3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 1
  • 3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 2
  • 3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 3
  • 3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 4
  • 3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 5
  • 3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 6
  • 3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 7
  • 4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 1
  • 4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 2
  • 4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 3
  • 4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 4
  • 4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 5
  • 4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 1
  • 4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 2
  • 4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 3
  • 4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 4
  • 4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 5
  • 4.3 – Upgrading Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation, Part 1
  • 4.3 – Upgrading Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation, Part 2
  • 4.3 – Upgrading Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation, Part 3
  • 4.3 – Upgrading Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation, Part 4
  • 4.4 – Expanding Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s), Part 1
  • 4.4 – Expanding Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s), Part 2
  • 4.4 – Expanding Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s), Part 3
  • 4.4 – Expanding Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s), Part 4
  • 5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 1
  • 5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 2
  • 5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 3
  • 5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 4
  • 5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 5
  • 5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 1
  • 5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 2
  • 5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 3
  • 5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 4
  • 5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 5
  • 5.3 – Configuring and Managing Layer 2 Bridging, Part 1
  • 5.3 – Configuring and Managing Layer 2 Bridging, Part 2
  • 5.3 – Configuring and Managing Layer 2 Bridging, Part 3
  • 5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 1
  • 5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 2
  • 5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 3
  • 5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 4
  • 5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 5
  • 6.1 – Configuring and Managing Logical Load Balancing, Part 1
  • 6.1 – Configuring and Managing Logical Load Balancing, Part 2
  • 6.1 – Configuring and Managing Logical Load Balancing, Part 3
  • 6.1 – Configuring and Managing Logical Load Balancing, Part 4
  • 6.2 – Configuring and Managing Logical Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Part 1
  • 6.2 – Configuring and Managing Logical Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Part 2
  • 6.2 – Configuring and Managing Logical Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Part 3
  • 6.3 – Configuring and Managing DHCP/DNS/NAT, Part 1
  • 6.3 – Configuring and Managing DHCP/DNS/NAT, Part 2
  • 6.4 – Configuring and Managing Edge Services High Availability, Part 1
  • 6.4 – Configuring and Managing Edge Services High Availability, Part 2
  • 7.1 – Configuring and Administering Logical Firewall Services, Part 1
  • 7.1 – Configuring and Administering Logical Firewall Services, Part 2
  • 7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 1
  • 7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 2
  • 7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 3
  • 7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 4
  • 7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 5
  • 7.3 – Configuring and Managing Service Composer, Part 1
  • 7.3 – Configuring and Managing Service Composer, Part 2
  • 8.1 – Differentiating Single and Multi-vCenter NSX Deployments
  • 8.2 – Determining Multi-vCenter Requirements and Configurations
  • 9.1 – Configuring Roles, Permissions, and Scopes
  • 9.2 – Understanding NSX Automation
  • 9.3 – Monitoring a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 1
  • 9.3 – Monitoring a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 2
  • 9.4 – Perform Auditing and Compliance, Part 1
  • 9.4 – Perform Auditing and Compliance, Part 2
  • 9.4 – Perform Auditing and Compliance, Part 3
  • 9.5 – Administering Logging, Part 1
  • 9.5 – Administering Logging, Part 2
  • 9.5 – Administering Logging, Part 3
  • 9.6 – Backing Up and Recovering Configurations
  • 10.1 – Comparing and Contrasting Tools Available for Troubleshooting, Part 1
  • 10.1 – Comparing and Contrasting Tools Available for Troubleshooting, Part 2
  • 10.2 – Troubleshooting Common NSX Installation/Configuration Issues, Part 1
  • 10.2 – Troubleshooting Common NSX Installation/Configuration Issues, Part 2
  • 10.3 – Troubleshooting Common NSX Component Issues, Part 1
  • 10.3 – Troubleshooting Common NSX Component Issues, Part 2
  • 10.4 – Troubleshooting Common Connectivity Issues
  • 0.5 – Troubleshooting Common vSphere Networking Issues
  • Conclusion, Study Tips
Course Details
Code EDU-VCP6NV6
Tuition (USD): $300.00 • Self Paced