Thursday, June 12, 2014

VCP5-DCV Vmware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtulization on vSphere 5.5 Study Guide Exam VCP-550 review

I received my new book VCP5-DCV Vmware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtulization on vSphere 5.5 Study Guide Exam VCP-550.

It is around 800 pages. After going through most of chapters  found this is so very well written and well explained. I impressed with the quality of the book, your concepts will become full proof after reading.

Book has good graphics, which help to properly understand GUI part. I recommend this book as must read if anyone preparing for VCP exam as well as someone who is looking for Real-world Scenarios, looking for job roles.

This book is written by Brian Atkinson he is Vmware vExpert since 2009 And moderator and very well known in vmware community.

You will not regret buying this book.

Go to and download a full set of electronic test prep tools to help you thoroughly prepare for the exam. These include:

  • Custom Test Engine
  • Over 300 Sample Questions
  • Electronic Flashcards
  • Glossary of Terms in PDF
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Book's insight:

Chapter 1 What’s New in vSphere 5.5

Chapter 2 Planning, Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading VMware ESXi and vCenter Server

Chapter 3 Securing vCenter Server and ESXi and Identifying vSphere Architecture and Solutions

Chapter 4 Planning and Configuring vSphere Networking

Chapter 5 Planning and Configuring vSphere Storage

Chapter 6 Creating and Deploying Virtual Machines and vApps

Chapter 7 Managing and Administering Virtual Machines and vApps

Chapter 8 Establishing Service Levels with Clusters, Fault Tolerance, and Resource Pools

Chapter 9 Maintaining Service Levels

Chapter 10 Performing Basic Troubleshooting

Chapter 11 Monitoring a vSphere Implementation and Managing vCenter Server Alarms

Appendix A Answers to Review Questions

Appendix B About the Additional Study Tools

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