What is VMware vSphere? VMware is one of the global leaders in cloud and vitalization software which is a critical element in many organisations IT strategies. Their desktop data centre and server software is run on Microsoft windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

Designed to give new comers and advanced users real-world experience and skills in management, installation, administration, security, configuration and architecture. Vmware training courses and certifications include the newest Vshere 5 release along with ESX ESXi, Infrastructure, Capacity planner, View and Fusion.

Vmware offer certifications in two areas of virtualisation: datacentre and desktop for IT professionals that wish to increase their earning power and skill set.

The VMware Certified Professional (VCP) Certificate supports vSphere and leads into the intermediate certification - VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP). VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) targetted at architects is the highest level of VMware certification. Available Desktop certifications include the VMware Certified Associate (VCA), VMware Certified Professional (VCP) and the VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP-DT).

VMware vSphere Courses

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