Practice Labs for VMware

With our Practice Labs for VMware we cover a range virtualisation applications and techniques. These include managing virtual networking, managing virtual machines and managing cluster configurations. The associated lab guides cover exam and real world scenarios all carried out on real equipment.

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Example Lab diagram: VCADCV - VCP5-DCV Data Center Virtualization (5.5)

VMware Lab Hardware

Our hosted VMware platform is configured to imitate real world configurations by providing sufficient hardware not only to carry out tasks but also test the impact of those changes. From the browser you gain administrative access to the virtual infrastructure giving you complete control to carry out either your own configurations, or follow the lab guides to configure specific technologies that are required for the relevant VMware exams.

Usability

  • Wide range of VMware and other industry standard technologies at your disposal.
  • Choose to follow an exam path or create your own configuration.
  • Unlimited access removes any time pressure and the ability to reset and start over with the click of a button removes any fear of making mistakes.
  • Practice Labs for VMware enables you to focus on gaining a deep understanding of VMware technologies.
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VMware Lab Courseware

Our lab guides cover a wide variety of topics, from basic configuration and troubleshooting tasks to advanced subjects like performing a live migration of virtual guest or configuring vCloud Director. Each topic contains a set of instructions to configure or administer the technology in a specific way so that you achieve the desired outcome.

Our other Practice Lab Technology Paths

We host a multitude of Lab configurations, enabling students to cover courseware and certification paths in Cisco, CompTIA, Microsoft and VMware.

There is no better way to get an understanding of how Practice Labs would benefit your IT learning requirements than getting your hands dirty with it, why not request a demo.