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VCP6-DCV - Data Center Virtualization | Exam Experience

My VCP5-DCV certification was due to expire at the beginning of March 2017. In order to retain the VCP status, VMware requires that you recertify every two years. The reasoning for me to take the VCP6-DCV was due to work commitments and to keep on top of…

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Trying to sneak this in under the radar, this post is a little late! Happy New Year!

Last year, for the first time on this blog, I set myself some goals. Admittedly some of these didn’t go to plan – not all goals go according to plan. Here is a summary of my 2016 goals and then my goals for 2017.
#2016 #2017 #goals #review

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50 must-read IT Blogs by 360 GSP is a compiled list of top IT blogs that their students can use as further resource material to develop their knowledge and achieve their goals. I like this approach and feel it is important for training providers to go that extra mile to help students.

Read more here: http://chrisstark.co/2016/12/360-gsp-blog-awards-top-50-blogs-in-it/

#awards #Blog #it #training
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A little over a week ago I took and passed the 640-911: Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking DCICN by Cisco. I had a month to study and achieve this as my CCNA Routing and Switching was set to expire. #Cisco #DCICN #640-911

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[Review] HP ProLiant ML10 v2 - Home Lab Server #hp #proliant #ml10 #homelab #review

This is a quick review on the HP ProLiant ML10 v2 server. I have been seeing lots of cashback deals lately with the HP Microserver Gen8 and HP ProLiant ML10 v2. I took this as an opportunity to grab one of each and was excited to get my hands on the HP…

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This post is a review of the vSphere 6 – Install Configure and Manage (ICM) course with 360 GSP.


I previously took the vSphere 5 ICM course via 360 GSP, the review can be read here. As I had such a good experience with 360 GSP and the excellent lecturer Dai, I decided to go back to 360 GSP and do the vSphere 6 course. Now already being VCP5-DCV certified I did not need to take the course, I could have taken the VCP6-DCV exam straight away. I liked how the course was run previously and felt this would be beneficial to me in my study plan.

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