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VMware Certification Exam Prep: VCP6 - Network Virtualization Exam v6.2 (2V0-642)

Summary:  
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- Format: Self-Paced
- Length: 180 Days
Overview:
This comprehensive 110-video training course focuses on preparing a candidate to take the VMware Certified Professional 6 - Network Virtualization (NSX v6.2) Exam.  The workshop includes an overview of the certification program, tips for preparing for the exam, an in-depth review of each of the objectives on the exam and sample questions broken down in video segments by a VMware Certified Instructor.

Students who complete this course as part of preparing to take the 2V0-642 exam can visit the certification page for additional preparation information, including links to the exam blueprint guide, and to register for the exam.

This Exam Prep grants you access to a time-saving and methodical study plan designed to let you review exam topics and identify and close knowledge gaps – a powerful way to build both your knowledge and your confidence before taking your VMware Certification exam.

Features
•  Taught by top VMware instructors with specific knowledge related to exam content.
•  A comprehensive and detailed review of actual exam objectives covered in the real exam.
•  Review of objectives, study tips, plus advice on how to avoid common mistakes and hints on additional study resources.
•  You can stream the videos, allowing you to prepare at your own pace, wherever you may be.
•  Pause, fast-forward, rewind and re-watch capabilities let you take full advantage of the content most important to you.
•  Sample questions based on the actual exam objectives.

Benefits
•  Save time and improve your course of study with an affordable, structured approach.
•  Build confidence in your ability to pass the exam.
•  Prepare efficiently – wherever and whenever you want.
•  Identify and close any gaps in your knowledge.

Important Information
•  This Exam Prep is a fast-paced comprehensive review of the exam objectives and is an excellent way to prepare to take the exam, however this course is a supplementary review and not intended to be a substitute for training. If you need or require training, we strongly recommend that you take one of VMware’s high-quality training courses (available in On Demand and Instructor-led formats).
•  Exam Preps do not meet or fulfill the course requirement required for VMware Certification.

Objectives:    By the end of the course, you should be prepared to answer questions based on the following exam objectives:

•  Understand VMware NSX Technology and Architecture
•  Understand VMware NSX Physical Infrastructure Requirements
•  Configure and Manage vSphere Networking
•  Install and Upgrade VMware NSX
•  Configure VMware NSX Virtual Networks
•  Configure and Manage NSX Network Services
•  Configure and Administer Network Security
•  Deploy a Cross-vCenter NSX environment
•  Perform Operations Tasks in a VMware NSX Environment
•  Troubleshoot a VMware Network Virtualization Implementation
 
Prerequisites:    None, although experience with NSX and knowledge of the exam blueprints is essential before attempting the exam.
 
Outline:    •  Introduction
•  1.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 1
•  1.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 2
•  1.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 3
•  1.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 4
•  1.2 – Understanding VMware NSX Architecture, Part 1
•  1.2 – Understanding VMware NSX Architecture, Part 2
•  1.2 – Understanding VMware NSX Architecture, Part 3
•  1.2 – Understanding VMware NSX Architecture, Part 4
•  1.3 – Differentiating Physical and Virtual Network Technologies, Part 1
•  1.3 – Differentiating Physical and Virtual Network Technologies, Part 2
•  1.4 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with Third-Party Products and Services, Part 1
•  1.4 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with Third-Party Products and Services, Part 2
•  1.4 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with Third-Party Products and Services, Part 3
•  1.4 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with Third-Party Products and Services, Part 4
•  1.5 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with vRealize Automation (vRA), Part 1
•  1.5 – Understanding VMware NSX Integration with vRealize Automation (vRA), Part 2
•  2.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics, Part 1
•  2.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics, Part 2
•  2.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics, Part 3
•  2.1 – Comparing and Contrasting the Benefits of Running VMware NSX on Physical Network Fabrics, Part 4
•  2.2 – Determining Physical Infrastructure Requirements for a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 1
•  2.2 – Determining Physical Infrastructure Requirements for a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 2
•  2.2 – Determining Physical Infrastructure Requirements for a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 3
•  3.1 – Configuring and Managing vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS)
•  3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 1
•  3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 2
•  3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 3
•  3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 4
•  3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 5
•  3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 6
•  3.2 – Configuring and Managing vDS Policies, Part 7
•  4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 1
•  4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 2
•  4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 3
•  4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 4
•  4.1 – Configuring Environment for Network Virtualization, Part 5
•  4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 1
•  4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 2
•  4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 3
•  4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 4
•  4.2 – Deploying VMware NSX Components, Part 5
•  4.3 – Upgrading Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation, Part 1
•  4.3 – Upgrading Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation, Part 2
•  4.3 – Upgrading Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation, Part 3
•  4.3 – Upgrading Existing vCNS/NSX Implementation, Part 4
•  4.4 – Expanding Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s), Part 1
•  4.4 – Expanding Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s), Part 2
•  4.4 – Expanding Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s), Part 3
•  4.4 – Expanding Transport Zone to Include New Cluster(s), Part 4
•  5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 1
•  5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 2
•  5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 3
•  5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 4
•  5.1 – Creating and Administering Logical Switches, Part 5
•  5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 1
•  5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 2
•  5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 3
•  5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 4
•  5.2 – Configuring VXLAN, Part 5
•  5.3 – Configuring and Managing Layer 2 Bridging, Part 1
•  5.3 – Configuring and Managing Layer 2 Bridging, Part 2
•  5.3 – Configuring and Managing Layer 2 Bridging, Part 3
•  5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 1
•  5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 2
•  5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 3
•  5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 4
•  5.4 – Configuring and Managing Logical Routers, Part 5
•  6.1 – Configuring and Managing Logical Load Balancing, Part 1
•  6.1 – Configuring and Managing Logical Load Balancing, Part 2
•  6.1 – Configuring and Managing Logical Load Balancing, Part 3
•  6.1 – Configuring and Managing Logical Load Balancing, Part 4
•  6.2 – Configuring and Managing Logical Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Part 1
•  6.2 – Configuring and Managing Logical Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Part 2
•  6.2 – Configuring and Managing Logical Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Part 3
•  6.3 – Configuring and Managing DHCP/DNS/NAT, Part 1
•  6.3 – Configuring and Managing DHCP/DNS/NAT, Part 2
•  6.4 – Configuring and Managing Edge Services High Availability, Part 1
•  6.4 – Configuring and Managing Edge Services High Availability, Part 2
•  7.1 – Configuring and Administering Logical Firewall Services, Part 1
•  7.1 – Configuring and Administering Logical Firewall Services, Part 2
•  7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 1
•  7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 2
•  7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 3
•  7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 4
•  7.2 – Configuring Distributed Firewall Services, Part 5
•  7.3 – Configuring and Managing Service Composer, Part 1
•  7.3 – Configuring and Managing Service Composer, Part 2
•  8.1 – Differentiating Single and Multi-vCenter NSX Deployments
•  8.2 – Determining Multi-vCenter Requirements and Configurations
•  9.1 – Configuring Roles, Permissions, and Scopes
•  9.2 – Understanding NSX Automation
•  9.3 – Monitoring a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 1
•  9.3 – Monitoring a VMware NSX Implementation, Part 2
•  9.4 – Perform Auditing and Compliance, Part 1
•  9.4 – Perform Auditing and Compliance, Part 2
•  9.4 – Perform Auditing and Compliance, Part 3
•  9.5 – Administering Logging, Part 1
•  9.5 – Administering Logging, Part 2
•  9.5 – Administering Logging, Part 3
•  9.6 – Backing Up and Recovering Configurations
•  10.1 – Comparing and Contrasting Tools Available for Troubleshooting, Part 1
•  10.1 – Comparing and Contrasting Tools Available for Troubleshooting, Part 2
•  10.2 – Troubleshooting Common NSX Installation/Configuration Issues, Part 1
•  10.2 – Troubleshooting Common NSX Installation/Configuration Issues, Part 2
•  10.3 – Troubleshooting Common NSX Component Issues, Part 1
•  10.3 – Troubleshooting Common NSX Component Issues, Part 2
•  10.4 – Troubleshooting Common Connectivity Issues
•  0.5 – Troubleshooting Common vSphere Networking Issues
•  Conclusion, Study Tips