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#1 May 17 2015 06:38 AM



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Dear All members,


I am newbie to Virtualization, i need your assistance to know, i want to enter into this field, please help me and guide me from where to start entering it, how to be a master of this and i want to be a good system administrator too besides that, please help me what skills requires and which material i need to start with, i need to know it in details specially for VMware, coz currently i am in IT Support and want to be a good and wise/genius SA for Windows, but still i am MCSE 2003, CCNA, ITIL certified, but want to start my carrier as a System Administrator in Microsoft and Vmware. Please advise in useful way.




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even though you probably already found you way i will just answer for better search results in this forum.

you are a little late in the game since the whole vmware hype is already over. that does not mean that vmware is not the best solution anymore, but rather that you will find many many people that are already very capable of administering vmware (similar to "everybody knows windows"-admins that you find at each corner). to somehow stick out of this mass you need to learn vmware esx server, for basics perhaps start with vmware workstation and then change your focus to vmware esx/vsphere, then you add a little vcenter and then vRealize. if you have mastered all of these products and got a certification, because without nobody will believe you anyways, then you have a shot at a job that requires vmware skills.

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First of all, I would like to say that you have a great decision to start the career in VMware, this field is getting into pace day be day as more. 
Four Levels is available in VMware Certification Namely
  1. Associate 
  2. Professional 
  3. Advanced 
  4. Professional Expert
As per the industry experts the following 3 certifications must be undertaken by every IT aspirant who wishes to excel in the field of VMware: 
  1. VMware Certified Associate (VCA) 
  2. VMware Certified Professional (VCP)
  3.  VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP)

Are you looking for Vmware Traning? Get in touch with us at http://www.koenig-so...0-training.aspx  for more information.

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