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  1. Does anyone have VCF 3.9 ? [Hidden Content] VMware Cloud Foundation is VMware’s unified SDDC platform for the hybrid cloud. Based on VMware’s compute, storage, and network virtualization, it delivers a natively integrated software stack that can be used on premises for private cloud deployments or run as a service from the public cloud. VMware Cloud Foundation establishes a common foundation between private and public cloud.
  2. Consolidated Passed VMWare VCPVCD510 (VCP5-IaaS) Topic DO NOT REQUEST DUMPS, WHICH VERSION, OR REPLY TO THEM HERE. SUCH POSTS WILL BE DELETED , YOU CAN FIND ALL THE DUMPS RELATED TO THIS EXAM HERE VMWare Share Moderator's Note: Following details are recommended to post: 1. Material used (including which dump version you used ), examples include: Books from microsoft Press or Sybex, Videos, Classes you attended, Instructors or Mentors,mocs etc. 2. Learning Plan (your own story) 3. Suggestions for members Additionally, you may add following details to your post: 1. That you've passed (successfully or unsuccessfully) 2. Your score (example may look like this: (700/1000) 3. The time you had been given for the exam (not the time you personally took to pass it!) 4. Number of questions 5. Types of questions (sims, hot spots, drag & drops, multiple choice, single choice) 6. Your personal exam experience Your posts must not include: 1. Requests and offers of any kind 2. Unnecessary comments like: "Thanks", "Congrats", and similar 3. Quotes of other members. (We want your own story.) Violators: 1. Violations will be given warnings. 2. Three strikes and you will not be allowed to post here for 7-days. Happy Study!!!. ************* Passed the exam yesterday :-) Score : 431 (Passmark was 300) Total Time : 135 mins ( 105 mins + 30mins for Non native English speaker) Questions : 85 Exhibits : 7 Used Ac***lt**ts dump "v2012-08-24.by.Anonymous.171q" and most questions were from that. Studay Materials - Work experience - vCloud essentials & vCloud Organizations CBTs by train signal - And some ad-hoc intenet references The exam turned out to be easier than I expected it to be. So I believe it is gonna be same for all you guys as well . All the best, and go for it !!!
  3. Hey guys, i wanted to share a really great resource I have been using to learn a lot of my stuff. I have to honestly say many times they show me something I don't know. Often times they will cover a new best practice that others are doing that is usually not something documented. I am not sure if this qualifies as a share because honestly its completely free and is more related to information sharing by people volunteering. Check it out when you can! Do not post useless "thank you" post. If you want to see the content of the hidden links Please use the "Thanks" button as shown in the announcements [Hidden Content] Posting an answer will NOT reveal the hidden content. All following useless "thank you" will be removed. [hide][Hidden Content]] you can also go back and learn as well.
  4. I wanted to post some sources since I have also been working on how to automate task in vSphere environments. It's really quite simple though at first it may seem daunting. vCenter orchestrator is a very cool way to fully automate your environments. From VM deployment, Host automation of configurations, vCloud director automation, and more. (vCenter required) To get start you will need to download and install the vCenter Orchestrator. You can get the new appliance from here: [Hidden Content]== I could you guide you through the installation but why invent the wheel if someone already has done it? You can see an install here: [Hidden Content] This will pretty much get you started on your journey to FREE automate but obviously you will need a few other plug-ins... What are plug-in? Well these are the magic working of vCenter Orchestrator they are that wheel that you don't want to keep reinventing.... shortcuts for you to get quickly on the road of automation.. You can find these here: [Hidden Content] Anyways happy automation! Automation tips: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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