VMware Certified Professional
Posted by Sushanthp on February 12th, 2019
A VMware Certified Professional (VCP) sets up, organizes, manages and supports data center virtualization using VMware's vSphere environment. This professional must have hands-on working experience with vSphere implementation. They should be conversant with VMware vSphere and related technologies.
The technician must demonstrate a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of network virtualization. This professional manages and configures various technologies to maximize the virtual infrastructure. They will address issues related to the Microsoft Windows or Linux Operating systems. These certified technicians possess expertise in VMware core components and their relation to storage and networking.
VMware Certified Professional Job Description
A VMware Certified Professional is intended to help customers design, develop and deploy both traditional computing infrastructures and virtual infrastructures. These technicians should understand and resolve issues related to virtualization. They will take care of installing, configuring, and monitoring of VMware vSphere and related technologies.
This technician will also manage and have a proper understanding of the functionality in VMware. They will be responsible for the executive setup and will arrange and monitor ESXi networking and storage as well as other vCenter Server components.
They also manage user access to the enterprise VMware infrastructure. They will play an active role in deploying, migrating and managing client virtual desktops, VM Clones, Templates, and vApps.
The VMware Certified Professional job is to monitor the resource usage and increases scalability with the help of vCenter Server. They can also use the VMware vCenter Update Manager to apply ESX/ESXi patches and to oversee higher availability and data protection.