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VMware Certified Professional 6 – Network Virtualization


The certified professionals automate networking and security services to avoid operational bottlenecks across application platforms and frameworks. They must have a strong understanding of VMware NSX architecture and the benefits of its implementation. They also must be able to differentiate between physical and virtual network technologies.

Professionals must further play an active role in VMware NSX Integration with third-party products and services and with vRealize Automation (vRA). They must be able to explain the advantages of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics. VCP-6 NV certified professionals must additionally verify physical infrastructure requirements for a VMware NSX implementation, and they must set up and monitor vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS) and their policies.

VCP-6 NV experts install environments for network virtualizations. They must update existing vCNS/NSX implementations and increase transport zones to include new clusters. Certified professionals also must develop and monitor logical switches, and they must set up VXLAN and manage Layer 2 bridging and logical routers.


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krisjhon 23 january 2019, 15:47
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