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    Default Vmware study and requirement

    I am new in this i am system administrator i want to learn vmware for my career growth and gd future .

    What kind of study and experience require for this ?
    how to prepare myself to start this ? i dont have much money to afford this big classed fee

    can you expert guys please help me
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    Quote Originally Posted by border5 View Post
    I am new in this i am system administrator i want to learn vmware for my career growth and gd future .

    What kind of study and experience require for this ?
    how to prepare myself to start this ? i dont have much money to afford this big classed fee

    can you expert guys please help me
    VMware is a company, not a product.

    I'm assuming that it's vSphere that you wish to learn about - as opposed to NSX or any of VMware's other products.

    Do you have a background in data centre hardware, operating systems, and applications? This should be considered foundational in understanding what vSphere does and why.

    If you've never touched vSphere before, start here: https://www.vmware.com/try-vmware/vi...-hol-labs.html

    There are more vSphere labs on this page: https://www.vmware.com/try-vmware/tr...s-on-labs.html

    If you're looking to get certified in vSphere, the current certification is the VCP6.5-DCV - you can learn more about that here: https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/pl...42&ui=www_cert

    There is a training requirement as part of becoming a VCP, look through this board for posts on Stanly CC for what's probably the most cost-effective way of meeting the training requirement.
    VCP2 / VCP3 / VCP4 / VCP5 / VCAP4-DCA / VCI / vExpert 2010-2012
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    Thank you i never touched vSphere before
    i a m new in this wanted to study and make my future good in industry thats why i am looking for guidance
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    I am going through the process to get certified myself and all the info Scott gave was very useful when I just starting out.
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